Critic scores range from 0 to 100, with higher scores indicating more favorable reviews.
One of the most original and ultimately confounding mind games to reach the screen since "The Usual Suspects." Read full review
Pearce, who's in every scene except the Sammy flashbacks, dominates the picture through his feral performance. Read full review
Memento, which may be the ultimate existential thriller, has a spooky repetitive urgency that takes on the clarity of a dream. Read full review
Operates in an orbit somewhere between Oliver Sacks and Lewis Carroll. I can't remember when a movie has seemed so clever, strangely affecting and slyly funny at the very same time. Read full review
Like the best filmmakers at Sundance 2001, Nolan leaps into the wild blue and dares us to leap with him. Go for it. Read full review
Terrifically satisfying film. Read full review
A puzzle movie in which the puzzle is actually worth the time and effort to solve. Read full review
Has the unanticipated craft and artfully ambiguous appeal of last year's "Croupier," a movie whose art-house word-of-mouth success could be duplicated here. Read full review
The most disorienting and trippiest data-retrieval caper in years. Read full review
Bound to be talked about, debated and eviscerated far more than it's understood. Read full review
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