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Movie Info & Cast

Synopsis

A scientist discovers a way to relive your past and uses the technology to search for his long lost love.

Cast

  • Hugh Jackman
  • Rebecca Ferguson
  • Thandiwe Newton
  • Cliff Curtis
  • Marina de Tavira
  • Daniel Wu
  • Mojean Aria
  • Brett Cullen
  • Natalie Martinez
  • Angela Sarafyan

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Verified Review
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This movie reminds me of tenet. Also, I did enjoy watching this movie with Hugh Jackman from X-men franchise.

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Nathan C
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The world-building was a nice touch, but the story itself carried the day. The tech hinted at in the last few minutes of the movie intrigued me even more than the logistics of coastal living with rising sea levels. The reprise of memory snippets worked well for me, and helped cement the tone of the story, even when turning my expectations on their head.

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Metacritic

40
Aug 23, 2021

For a film about memories, Reminiscence is ultimately truly forgettable.

Metacritic review by Sarah Hagi
Sarah Hagi
The Globe and Mail (Toronto)
35
Aug 20, 2021

Even Hugh Jackman's indisputable star power can't light up the pretentious, pseudo-poetic, sci-fi murk of this thundering misfire, which will only make you remember other, better movie mindbenders. ‘Blade Runner’ anyone?

Peter Travers
ABC News
30
Aug 18, 2021

In a movie this overloaded with plot, the revelations are like a leaky faucet, just like that purple voiceover. In fact, there’s so much going on, much of it behind the literal curtain of memory, that Joy leaves little room for the characters to establish themselves in the here and now.

Metacritic review by David Rooney
David Rooney
The Hollywood Reporter