If you’ve seen Brighton Rock (’10), you know something about the inclinations of director Rowan Joffe. That plus this mind-of-a-confused-woman thriller (based on the book by S.J. Watson) in a kind of flashy-spooky vein — Memento + Shutter Island meets handheld video recall — tells you right away that Before I Go To Sleep (Clarius, 9.12) is almost certainly a paycheck programmer, undoubtedly containing the usual third-act twist. The fact that Ridley Scott is one of the producers tells you “hmm, maybe” but then you also notice that Avi Lerner (The Expendables 3, Olympus Has Fallen) is also a producer. If Lerner ever produces a film that is anything but formulaic popcorn fare I will grow wings and fly to the moon.