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What is this movie?

Discussion in 'Movies' started by Bill Griffith, Apr 11, 2003.

  1. Bill Griffith

    Bill Griffith Well-Known Member

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    A guy with short term memory loss is made into a Hitman?

    Sounds like an interesting movie.
     
  2. Michael Reuben

    Michael Reuben Well-Known Member

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    Sounds like Memento, though the description hardly does it justice. Where is the description from?

    M.
     
  3. David Lambert

    David Lambert Well-Known Member

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    If it was "a gal with memory loss turns out to have been a hitman", then it would be The Long Kiss Goodnight. Otherwise, I agree...Memento sounds like the one.
     
  4. LennyP

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    Why memento, he's no hitman, he just seeks revenge.
     
  5. Michael Reuben

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  6. Bruce Hedtke

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    How about The Bourne Identity?

    Bruce
     
  7. Philip Verdieck

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    No, that is "Hitman has memory loss."
     
  8. Chris James

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    Remo Williams?
     
  9. Michael Reuben

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  10. Chris James

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    Hey, it was closer than Memento! Hehe, joke bud!
     
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    soldier?
     
  12. Kelly V

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    Manchurian Candidate?


    I belive the character that is the "hitman" does experience short term memory loss becuse of the "conditioning" which has turned him into a killer. It doesn't exactly fit your scenario. but it's in the ballpark. [​IMG]
     
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    That episode of "Batman: The Animated Series"?
     
  14. DaveGR

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    sounds like Deja Vu from around 88 or so. hitman looses memory,,yep yep
     
  15. Bill Griffith

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    Guy also tatoos reminders on his body.

    I have no other information on the movie, one of my co-workers was saying he just saw this movie where this guy with short term memory loss was hired by someone to be a hitman. And to remember things he would right them down on his body.

    I thought it sounded strange, and has a chance to be funny with people screwing with him and him always forgetting things.

    Not sure if this happens in the film though.
     
  16. Mike_J_D

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    Sounds Like Momento to me. He writes stuff down so he can remember the clues he has learned. But I really don't recall him being a Hitman per say. More like out for revenge. Maybe I need to rewatch it. Mike D
     
  17. Michael Reuben

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  18. Bjorn Olav Nyberg

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    While it is definitively not a comedy, it certainly have some funny moments though.
     

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