"OK in your best guess was this a New Movie?
You saw it in the early 90s do you think it was a release form around that Time Frame? 1985-90 or after?
Or could it be an Oldie?
I came across an Old one (1948) I might have to check out called "The…"
"I only mentioned where the film was shown in case it was relevent, didnt mean to cause any confusion.
It isnt Dying to remember although it looks like a good movie and I will have to find a copy to watch. Thanks for your help."
"Normally I would agree but memory can be a female dog sometimes.
I Knew a movie that Had a guy in it. I was certain (HE WAS IN IT) but turns out it was his Brother and therefore I COULD Not find the Dang thing to save my butt.
I just found out today…"
"It's not an Australian TV show! The poster (Shelly67) watched the movie on an Australian television channel ... but Shelly clarifies that "it was a US film."
I'm not sure why Shelly thought it important to mention…"
"Now I re-read the post, I missed the part about it being an Australian TV show, so disregard what I said above. Now I'm thinking maybe the actress was Rachel Griffiths, who later starred in 'Six Feet Under' (Brenda) and…"
"In "Dying to Remember," a woman has flashbacks about being murdered by her husband, and she undertakes an investigation to piece together her flashbacks/nightmares.
Here's a Berkeley Univ. list of "Film on the Theme of…"
"I dont remeber there being any big stars in it, that would make it easier to find. Unfortubately my memory isnt htta good to remember the actors.
It isnt Dead Again although it is a similar plot, nor is it The long Kiss Goodnight.
"Chances are, it was the Millicent and Therese segment of the 1975 TV movie, Trilogy of Terror. Karen Black plays both parts. One a prudish brunette, the other a fun loving blonde.
The segment is on YouTube in two parts.…"
"I've read Kip Thorne's book. Slicing spinning wormholes in half like a bagel and towing one half across the galaxy to where you want to go would take energy he kind of cheats on getting - but in SF you are allowed to postulate one…"
"The Outfit: I caught it the other night on TCM and thought it was still a good movie, sort of felt it might have influence Tarantino in his crime phase. The ending was a little bit cliched with the happy ending humor, but I could…"
"Warner has set up a sweet operation, that while it's not cheap - isn't overpriced either. Warner Archive has out of print titles that you can digitally download for around $10 or they will burn you a DVD with full case and liner for less…"
"Q is one of the funny ones. For a complete rundown - full spoilers - go here.
You know, 26 of them - I didn't take notes. My copy *ahem* does not have subtitles and most of the films are not in English; although except for G (which I…"