TO GET - The director's cut doesn't have the opening spoiler narration.
A man, waking with no memories and thought to be a serial killer, flees his pursuers and not only learns he isn't who they think he is, but they aren't who they think they are either.
A fantastic movie.. at no point was I bored. To me, this one of the foundations of a particular movie style. It isn't that it's whatever kind of "neo-noir" but that it tells a tale about reality itself.
See also (I'm uncertain):
- 3:45 -- New shoes.
- 4:45 -- Kiefer Sutherland
- 7:30 -- Jennifer Connelly, who I recognize from Labyrinth - (1986 movie)
- 11:30 -- That's not a call girl. When they're dead they're hookers.
- 12:15 -- Fingerprints.
- 14:15 -- Serial killer
- 18:30 -- "John" is a generic name hookers use for a man who hires them. This is because of it's link to John Doe, an anonymous name-name.
- 21:00 -- Yes, he's a fine British man who can queue politely, waiting his turn.
- 38:00 -- Her lipsyncing seems off.
- 38:30 -- Won't they drown in their soup?
42:00 -- See also:
- 48:15 -- Unnecessary music video..
- 49:30 -- A female, or is that meant to be an effeminate male?
- 60:00 -- Cracker Barrel?
1:01:15 -- Maybe.. do something about that body? Like make a call?
- 1:01:45 -- Like that.
- 1:15:30 -- You'd think maybe they'd freak out about the glass.
- 1:20:30 -- What about the floaty book trick he did? That seemed to have been glossed-over.
- 1:33:00 -- The audio gets odd here, as though this scene is normalized wrong.
1:36:30 -- Nice knife. Goodbye Mr. Burton.