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Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind

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MPAA Rating: R
Theater Release: 3/19/2004
Video Release: 9/23/2004
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Another Charlie Kaufman Original - By Diana Saenger
While most moviegoers are quick to jump on one side or the other about Charlie Kaufman's talents as a screenwriter -- some love his work, others hate it -- one thing is for sure, he certainly comes up with original ideas. His creativity shines through in screenplays for such... MORE >>

Emotional Memory - By Jeffrey Chen
Movies about memory aren't terribly common, but they're not unfamiliar either, possibly because many of them have been good and seem to stand out in one way or another. Most of them focus on the academic side of examining memory -- what is it, is it tangible, and can it be manipulated?... MORE >>

A Mind-Blowing Romantic Comedy - By John P. McCarthy
Joel and Clementine meet on a wintry beach in Montauk, Long Island. They are not alike. She is outgoing, impulsive, and mercurial. He is bookish, shy, and probably a manic-depressive. They fall in love. In their own quirky ways they try to give what the other wants and needs. They... MORE >>

Memorable - By David Haviland
The premise for Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind is a simple one: imagine if there were a scientific procedure that could remove your memories of specific people. Clementine (Kate Winslet) decides to undergo this process to remove her memories of Joel (Jim Carrey),... MORE >>

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