Sunday , September 23 2018 Ausdroid » News » Peter Dinklage movie ‘Rememory’ now available for free in HD on Google Play


Google has announced that the Peter Dinklage movie Rememory is now available to grab for free from Google Play in glorious HD quality.

The movie is heading to Google Play as a freebie for a brief period before a short run in limited theatres on September 8th. It’s free to add to your Google Play library until then, so get in fast.

The film premiered at the 2017 Sundance Film Festival but has generally garnered fairly negative reviews with an average 4/10 rating on Rotten Tomatoes giving it a fairly ‘un-fresh’ rating of 17% – then again, critics reviews aren’t everything and you can’t beat free right? That seems to be the case with a 3-star rating on Google Play from 2 users.

The movie description from Google Play

A visionary scientific pioneer is found dead shortly after he unveils his newest work: a device able to extract, record and play a person’s memories. Soon, a mysterious man shows up at his widow’s door, claiming to be a friend of her late husband. After stealing the machine from the house, the man uses it to try and solve the mystery of its inventor’s death, beginning an investigation of memories that lead him to unexpected and dangerous places.

The trailer is here:

If you want to add the movie to your library, you can head over to Google Play Movies and add it now.

Source: Google.

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