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Remember Me

18 Ratings: 2.9
Drama movie directed by Allen Coulter

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Director: Allen Coulter
Genre: Drama
7 reviews about Remember Me
review by . July 12, 2010
posted in Movie Hype
Have you ever lost someone you love? Have you ever felt like loosing that loved one was so hard you would never get over it and you just spent the rest of your days mopping, mourning that said loved one feeling like no one in the world understands you. No one understands what you are going through the kind of pain your feeling for the loss of someone you care for with all your heart and soul. No one understands this better than young Tyler Hawkins who is going through a long-term bout of depression …
review by . July 20, 2010
posted in Movie Hype
Surprisingly good
Two young people with tragic pasts meet and fall in love in New York City. Tyler (Robert Pattinson) is the moody slacker son of a corporate fat cat (Pierce Brosnan) and Ally (Emilie de Raven) is the spunky daughter of a cop (Chris Cooper). Tyler dates Ally on a dare but finds they have a real connection and their mutual trust begins to heal past losses.      The first half of this romantic drama is about the two young lovers getting to know each other. They're both grumpy …
review by . July 18, 2010
 "Remember Me" is the typical chick flick with the hot characters. Yet, I found this film a bit more masculine than the typical chick flick. This film is not all roses and cake. It's actually a film that a guy would like. So if you and your girlfriend want to compromise on a romance flick then this would be the one...      Moreover, I personally enjoyed Robert Pattinson in this film. I'm used to seeing him as the dreamy vampire, but here he just plays …
Quick Tip by . July 06, 2010
posted in Movie Hype
A dark film that  takes the outlines  of real life and there experiences and puts them into a film that not only  pulls you into a world that most can relate to but puts a human and    emotionally searing touch on what would have been a conventional romantic drama and turned into piece of dark, dramatic expressionism.
review by . July 14, 2010
posted in Movie Hype
Overall, the acting in this movie is pretty compelling. It really tugs a lot of emotional strings. The plot goes from one tragedy to the next, until the surprising finale. Robert Pattinson is the only exception - he seemed like he was trying too hard. The dialogue often sounded too forced, particularly during the confrontational scenes. I kept thinking, who really talks like that? Nonetheless, it's an entertaining movie if you like dramas and pretty well done.
review by . June 25, 2010
Pros: Great acting...     Cons: ...horribly formulaic plot, terrible ending, somewhat of a pointless film.     The Bottom Line: Robert Pattinson manages to escape the glittery skin and vampires, but he's still stuck with bad plots...     Most anyone who knows me knows that I am a reluctant Twilight fan-girl.  Though the books aren't great, and the movies are arguably worse, I've fallen for lead actor, Robert Pattinson, like any self-respecting …
review by . March 12, 2010
A title like "Remember Me" is automatically mysterious. Who is making that statement? Who is it directed at? Why is it being made? It is something a character is requesting, or is it actually a theme that carries all throughout? Is it both? I wouldn't be asking these questions if it weren't for the ending of this film, which, I admit, I have no idea how to feel about. I do know that it will divide audiences. Some will see it as powerful while others will see it as emotionally manipulative, perhaps …
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