mem·o·ry mov·ie (mem-rē (or) mem’er ē, -rē, moo’vē/) noun: Any movie that can be easily linked by vivid memories of the circumstances surrounding its viewing.
Memory Movies, we all have them, can happen at any stage of life, but the most vivid are made during childhood, teens, and young adulthood in my experience. There are also some I have encountered where the memories have extremely dulled, but a “feeling” remains of having seen them during one of these aforementioned time periods. As long as the feeling of “nostalgia” is there, you can call it a memory movie.
I have two sub-sites connected to my DVD NEWS FLASH page. Sub-site #1 is DVD NEWS FLASH: THE REVIEWS, and you’re on sub-site #2. Since I love just generally blogging about movies I love, I review on this site when I get a window in my review schedule of new releases (aka review copies supplied to me by distributors/studios), which are written up on sub-site #1.
(NOTE: This blog was formerly called For-The-Hell-Of-It Reviews).