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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.

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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 ... 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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Brian Reeves: People tell tall tales.
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Performed by Evan Olson
Written by Evan Olson
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A letdown. Not even Kari Keegan delivers.
17 March 2007 | by insomniac_rodSee all my reviews

I have to be honest, I only watched this movie because I'm one of the few Kari Keegan fans in the world. I loved her in "Jason Goes To Hell", I've always thought that she had on screen charm and a beauty. She was my kind of girl.

After years of waiting I finally watched "Mind Games" (previously named "Something Borrowed") in 2007. When it was announced in a so called "art channel" in Sky; I decided to give it a chance.

I really tried to like IT but it didn't deliver expectations. Why did Richard Norton accept to wear those horrible Texan cowboy clothes? I didn't like the performances. Kari Keegan delivered a wooden performance although I love her on screen charm and bright big eyes. She was very sexy by the way but that didn't save her performance. But she did deliver some moving scenes while being with her sick father.

Geoffrey Lewis was my favorite actor. He delivers a tender, believable performance. The rest of the cast is just regular.

You've seen all the situations displayed in this movie. There are many clichès, just regular dramatic situations, and boring sub-plots. Avoid it.

To watch a memorable, powerful, interesting movie that deals with amnesia and flashbacks, please watch the great "Memento".


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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

4 April 2003 (USA) See more »

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Something Borrowed See more »

Filming Locations:

Los Angeles, California, USA See more »

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Dolby Digital

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