Alex, an assassin-for-hire, finds that he's become a target after he refuses to complete a job for a dangerous criminal organization. With the crime syndicate and FBI in hot pursuit, Alex has the skills to stay ahead, except for one thing: he is struggling with severe memory loss, affecting his every move. Alex must question his every action and whom he can ultimately trust.

  • Released: 2022-04-28
  • Runtime: 114 minutes
  • Genre: Action, Mystery, Thrillers
  • Stars: Liam Neeson, Guy Pearce, Taj Atwal, Harold Torres, Monica Bellucci, Ray Stevenson, Stella Stocker, Antonio Jaramillo, Louis Mandylor, Ray Fearon, Lee Boardman, Rebecca Calder, Natalie Anderson, Harold Torres, Atanas Srebrev, Scot Williams, Kate Nichols, Trevor Van Uden, Sigal Diamant, Doug Rao, Daniel De Bourg, Mia Sanchez, Petar Kirilov, J.R. Esposito, Kalina Stancheva, Josh Taylor, Vlado Mihailov, Josh Macrena, Tudor Chirilă, Sofia Soltess, Lyubomir Bachvarov, Mariana Krumova, Danaya Velinova, Neda Spasova, Devina Vassileva, Dee, Raluca Aprodu
  • Director: Martin Campbell
  • Zooha-47207 - 13 February 2024
    A Confusing Plot That Misses the Mark
    Just saw Memory from 2022 and gotta say, I was expecting a bit more from this one, especially with Liam Neeson leading. The story's pretty tangled, and I spent a good chunk of the movie trying to piece it all together. Not exactly the smooth ride I was hoping for.

    As for Liam Neeson, he's why I wanted to watch it in the first place. But honestly, he didn't get as much screen time as I thought he would. I'm used to seeing him more in the thick of the action, you know? This felt a bit off-track from his usual stuff.

    Overall, I'm giving it a 5/10. It wasn't the worst, but I was kinda hoping for something that kept me on the edge of my seat a bit more.
  • gunn-wrights - 30 July 2023
    It's Liam Neeson - what more can I say?
    It's Liam Neeson - what more can I say?

    • Although the plot was one of the weakest I've ever seen, it's still:
    It's Liam Neeson - what more can I say?

    ~ Watching an old man battle dementia, while playing the good guy who was actually bad?? I'D WATCH BIDEN if I wanted to see this!!

    It's Liam Neeson - what more can I say? It's Liam Neeson - what more can I say?

    It's Liam Neeson - what more can I say?

    Although Biden falling off his bike, and tripping up the stairs is hilarious - I then remember he's running our country!!! Aaahhhh!! I'd rather vote for: It's Liam Neeson - what more can I say?

  • benoit5 - 31 December 2022
    Plot went on to long
    I was enjoying the movie and the start of the plot . His motto as a hitman to never kill children. So the rest of the movie after her death, is for revenge . Just kept this going way to long . How after getting shot he manages seal up the wound next we see of him he is fine.

    So many holes in the plot . The parking garage shoot out was one of the better scenes .

    I enjoyed the women who was the fellow FBI agent Memory in and out . Final 15 min , Just kept going on and on ..the whole boat scene was ridiculous.

    No idea the budget but Liam should give his pay to the actors .. wanted a simple movie .
  • kosmasp - 7 December 2022
    Doing it by the numbers ...
    ... or having it imprinted in the ... memory! And yes no pun intended as you can imagine .... not just with your memory. But puns aside, this is another Liam Neeson action movie. One where he is trying his best to be an action star ... a "bad" man with his heart in the right place of course. And while the beginning may suggest otherwise, we realize quite quickly that Liam (or the character he portrays) has more to offer than just being a killer for hire.

    That all being said, he is going after some big fishes ... and some actors who you may recognize! Actually even smaller roles have some "names" attached to it ... Luis Mandylor being in a blink and you'll miss his cameo role ... interesting choice ... and he's not coming back ... but not because something you may think be the reason he doesn't.

    My vague remarks aside - the movie is trying to be as suspenseful and action packed as it can ... I'd say it achieves it.
  • mcshop-03990 - 13 November 2022
    Wish I Could Forget
    Very poor story line and not the best acting tbh. Would I advise watching this? No.... Liam Neesons character seemed to be able to recover from any given injury within minutes and with absolutely no side effects. He also seemed to have this uncanny ability to come into contact with the dumbest public ever. Not one of them ever saw him sneaking in or out of hotels, boats, offices etc etc .... As for the other characters, their acting was equally as bad and they're storylines are non existent.

    Despite this we did manage to get to the end which like the rest of the film was so unbelievably obvious.
  • pensman - 18 October 2022
    Don't pass this off as just another Neeson action flic
    Memory has a good cast, a good plot line, good location, plenty of action, and one of Liam Neeson's best action flics. Alex Lewis, Neeson, is a very successful contract killer who is in the first stages of Alzheimers. Alex is also on a mission. After refusing a contract to kill a child, another hitman finishes the job. Alex decides to take out all involved. But is he up to it? But Alex might get help from an unlikely source in FBI agent Vincent Serra (Guy Pearce).

    This is great little film with so many twists, you don't know who to trust. Guy Pearce almost steals the picture. Don't pass this one by.