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Consistently named one of the best movies of all time, Memento threads together the two story lines of a person who has lost his short-term memory and is attempting to piece the parts of his reality together as he searches for his wife's killer. As a way to remember what he has seen and done since the murder of his wife, the man tattoos himself and leaves notes for the forward progress of his story as the past is revealed in backstories. The film, to no one's surprise, was nominated for Academy Awards for Best Editing and Best Original Screenplay.This list includes all the best Memento lines and moments, just as they appeared in the actual movie script. Whether they are funny quotes, sad quotes, quotes about love or death, all the most famous Memento quotes are here.
The Present is TriviaPhoto: flickr / CC0Leonard Shelby: You know, I can remember so much. The feel of the world... her.
Leonard Shelby: She's gone. And the present is trivia, which I scribble down as f**king notes.
He Took Away My MemoryPhoto: flickr / CC0Teddy: You really want to get this guy, don't you?
Leonard Shelby: He killed my wife. He took away my f**king memory. He destroyed my ability to live.
A Useful ExperiencePhoto: Metaweb / GNU Free Documentation LicenseLeonard Shelby: I meet Sammy through work. Insurance. I was an investigator. I'd investigate the claims to see which ones were phony. I had to see through people's bulls**t. It was useful experience, 'cause now it's my life.
The Joy of Reading the BookPhoto: Metaweb / CC-BYLeonard Shelby: I always thought the joy of reading a book is not knowing what happens next.