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Mind Games (2003)

Jill Reeves suffers from retrograde amnesia, forgetting the last seven months of her life. When the mysterious Carter Tallerin tells her they're married, Jill's world unravels. Everyone in Jill's life has a secret, including herself.

Director:

Adrian Carr

Writer:

David Lasdon
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Cast

Cast overview, first billed only:
Kari Keegan Kari Keegan ... Jill Reeves
James Wilder ... Brian Reeves
Richard Norton ... Carter Tallerin
Geoffrey Lewis ... Melvin Reeves
Joe Estevez ... Chester
Heather Marie Marsden ... Michelle
Wendy Raquel Robinson ... Natalie, the Hairstylist
Elizabeth Jarosz ... Elizabeth Greene
Adam Caine ... Harlan
Roxanne Beckford ... Linda
Laura Katz ... Edie, the Diner Waitress
Maz Jobrani ... Jill's Lawyer
Bruce Locke ... Dr. Landis
Gil Christner Gil Christner ... Justice of the Peace
Roderick Garr Roderick Garr ... Tim Jackson from Vacations Inc.
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Jill Reeves suffers from retrograde amnesia, forgetting the last seven months of her life. When the mysterious Carter Tallerin tells her they're married, Jill's world unravels. Everyone in Jill's life has a secret, including herself.

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Behind every truth is a lie. Behind every lie is a bigger lie.

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Mystery

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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

4 April 2003 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

Something Borrowed See more »

Filming Locations:

Los Angeles, California, USA See more »

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Sound Mix:

Dolby Digital

Color:

Color
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Quotes

Brian Reeves: Do you make Cherry Cokes the old fashioned way, with a little splash of grenadine?
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Peak
Performed by Evan Olson
Written by Evan Olson
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An obvious spoof on Texan Accents with a fun twist
10 May 2004 | by dkeogh-1See all my reviews

i viewed mind games and found it entertaining to say the least , its not meant as a serious scam type film but has many funny twists and turns , i enjoyed it immensely and found the movie leaves a nice light feel - Yes the Texan accent on Carter (Richard Norton) is not a true texan accent but obviously has been spoofed up for the fun of it ...as for Fat boys comments...its not a serious movie ...its fun ...and its good entertainment ...if you want violence and nudity flashed about gratutiously then this movie is not for you - if you want a good laugh with a good twist..i would highly recommend it and would also recommend it for family viewing as it provides relief from the usual trash we get dished up as action or good acting


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