Movie Review: Rememory & Home Again

A couple must see movies are coming out in just a few days These movies are Home Again and Rememory, two PG-13 movies that I know everybody will enjoy.

Rememory is 1 hour and 53 minutes, PG-13, and Mystery/Science Fiction film about amateur sleuth who steals a machine that can extract, record, and play another human being’s memories. He uses the device of the man who invented it. This movie is directed and written by Mark Palansky, and is also written by Mike Vukadinovich. Rememory stars, Peter Dinklage as Sam Bloom, Anton Yelchin as Todd, Julia Ormond as Carolyn Dunn, Henry Ian Cusick as Lawton, Evelyne Brochu as Wendy, Martin Donovan as Gordon Dunn, and Grace Shinyee as Jane Dunn. Rememory also comes out on September 8, 2017. Don’t forget to get your tickets for both of these great movies.

Another movie that teens might be interested in is a movie called Home Again. Home Again is a two hour, Drama/Romance/Comedy film about a single mom with two children who starts a new life in Los Angeles, California. It is complicated because she has to make the decision whether or not to house three young, mesmerizing men. Home Again is both directed and written by Hallie Meyers-Shyer. These amazing movie stars, Reese Witherspoon as the main character, Alice Kinney, Candice Bergen as Lillian Stewart, Michael Sheen as Austen, Alice’s husband, Lake Bell as Zoey, Nat Wolff as one of the aspiring filmmakers, Pico Alexander as another filmmaker, and Jon Rudnitsky as the last filmmaker. A couple of theaters you could get some tickets at the AMC Theatres, Studio Movie Grill, and Regal Cinemas. Remember this movie will come out on September 8th 2017, so hurry up and get your tickets before they’re sold out!

 By Lilly Wittek

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