Memento Tamil Dubbed Movie 256 WORK
Memento Tamil Dubbed Movie 256
Something i loved the most about Nolans film is that it never makes heavy use of gore. Yes, it is true that the Gorn are decidedly not friendly, but the creatures were by no means gorier than other monster flicks of that era. Instead, Nolans movie relied entirely on the affectations of editing and cinematography to make the Gorn seem terrifying. The same can be said for the project that got AMBI the rights to remake Memento. The trailer has the first half that simply reflects the dialogue of the original, with one key difference: The Gorn are suddenly included as an entirely new threat. While the CGI itself isnt as impressive as what we see in the Director’s cut of Memento Mori, the changes are quite clearly inspired by the original, which is a neat trick to pull off.
Thats probably the smartest and easiest way to go about it, besides the obvious to simply say, The exact same thing because you already know what Memento was like. Probably wont help either that the Tamil language has a lot of borrowed words from English, and thats not the only reason that such a remake was fairly easy to do. A protagonist suffering from amnesia, no matter who he or she is, makes the story universal. Everyone can relate to losing your memory. And, though a generic love story like this couldve gone in a lot of different directions, it already looks like a bang-up job.
The film retains the striking visual motifs of Nolans first film, but the Gorn look far more like teeth in the mouth of a decaying human being. From the oversized fangs to the tongue jutting out, the Gorn dont look like imaginary creatures. They look like a humanist monster, a sign of things to come. Or at least that would be the case, were I to choose to believe these creatures cant possibly look any worse in their hands-on state. Again, the official synopsis makes no mention of the Gorn being seen in person, so its hard to say exactly how the antagonists are meant to look in the movie. Were it possible to see something from the film thats already come out, I’d suggest it to be something along the lines of the below image. Were this the film I was watching, I’d be sure to stare just out of morbid curiosity and make sure to keep my food down to stay safe.
the key difference in memento that has been remade is the fact that, unlike the original, where leonard is an alcoholic, rambal has given his lead character a drinking problem. leonard starts out as an alcoholic in the original, who could only take his anti-depressants when he was not drinking. however, as the story progresses, leonard learns to drink, and in the later part of the film, leonard can drink whenever he wants. in the original, leonard drank to cope up with his inability to remember things. the remake has not kept this up to date. its an interesting move that rambal has taken, because drinking can be a good way of dealing with trauma.
its interesting to note that much of the blame for memento getting made is usually laid at the door of rupert wyatt. the writer of alien and aliens who also wrote the script for the original star trek remake star trek: the motion picture (1989). wyatt was apparently a staunch supporter of the idea of a story told backwards, so it wasnt his fault that memento wasnt a star trek movie, but many people still hated it. he also wrote the screenplay for the terminator (1984). so its hard to blame him for what happened. but the longer the movie plays, the more apparent it is that this story has been ripped off from somewhere else, and it becomes more obvious that it wasn’t the direct inspiration for memento. the only direct comparison is the idea of the character knowing what happened at the start of the story, but the latter halves events are largely unconnected to the events at the start.