Cult film? Maybe. Memento was a hit when it was released in 2001, earning $25 million in just 500 theaters. Chances are you may have gotten to see it, but if you didn’t, the film’s (and Christopher Nolan’s) popularity has given you another chance.

For one night only (February 17th), the fantastic film (that was named #1 on our list of the best movies of the decade) will be in theaters. Select ones.

Here’s the list. Make sure to tattoo yourself on the hand to remember to go.

City Cinemas Village East 7 – New York, NY

Studio Movie Grill Holcomb Bridge 9 –Alpharetta, GA (Atlanta area)

National Amusements Legacy Place 15 – Dedham, MA (Boston area)

Studio Movie Grill 9 – Arlington – Arlington, TX (Dallas area)

Studio Movie Grill City Center 8 – Houston, TX

Rave The Bridge 19 – Los Angeles, CA

UltraStar Mission Valley 7 – San Diego, CA

Rave Fairfax Corner 14 – Fairfax, VA (Washington DC area)

Cineplex Varsity 12 – Toronto, ON

Cineplex Scotiabank 9 – Vancouver, BC

If your city isn’t on the list, cross your fingers, and keep checking their official facebook page to see if it gets added. According to The Hollywood Reporter, a tenth anniversary special edition Blu-ray will also be released a few days later on February 22nd. Very, very cool.

Now, will I be flying to Houston or San Diego? Or just hoping it comes to Tucson?

Flight it is.

What say you?


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