Memento is a little movie that released back when the world ended in 2000. It’s one of those movies that received high critical praise but wasn’t marketed very well and so the likely-hood that you’ve never even heard of it is surprisingly high. You know the type.Now Memento is not an easy movie to review because a large part of its enjoyment is derived from the viewer experiencing the events unfold while unmitigated by biases or what someone has told them about it. As such, there is little to say beyond the fact that this movie is one of the most brilliant pieces of film I have ever seen in my entire life.Directed by Christopher Nolan (Batman Begins), scripted by Christopher Nolan (The Prestige), and based on a story by Nolan’s brother Jonathan; Memento is not near as repetitive as the praise I’m trying to give the Nolan brothers. It is delivered with a unique style as it tells the exploits of a man suffering from Anterograde Amnesia. This factual condition means the main character, Leonard Shelby (Guy Pearce), cannot make new memories. And so Mr. Short Term Memory embarks on a journey to solve a murder case.That’s really already more than you should know. Please take my word for it and watch it if you haven’t. You will enjoy it. I guarantee it.