Remember Me

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Remember Me

Allen Coulter (2010)

107min
12 Certificate
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Our Score
Twilight's vampire heart-throb Robert Pattinson reprises his patented mean and moody act here, playing the all-too-human Tyler Hawkins. Tyler is a flawed, angry young man rebelling against his wealthy father (Pierce Brosnan) in the wake of his brother's suicide. Emilie de Ravin plays Ally, the girl who might save Tyler from himself, except that she's also dealing with a stifling parent (Chris Cooper) as well as the trauma of witnessing her mother's murder when a child. Instead of lightening each other's load, the pair seem to drag each other down into a self-indulgent whirl of despair, and that's just no fun to watch. Tyler's evolving relationship with dad and his little sister (Ruby Jerins) are more subtly handled, and Brosnan's performance is especially intriguing as he reveals emotional depth behind a smug veneer. Alas, the story comes to a numbing halt with a finale that is not only shamelessly manipulative but vaguely distasteful as well. Best forgotten.

Summary

Troubled twentysomethings Tyler and Ally find themselves drawn to one another and fall in love. However, their new-found peace seems destined to be brought to an end when the very forces that brought them together threaten to pull them apart. Romantic drama, starring Robert Pattinson, Emilie de Ravin, Pierce Brosnan, Lena Olin and Chris Cooper.

Cast & Crew

Tyler Hawkins Robert Pattinson
Charles Hawkins Pierce Brosnan
Ally Craig Emilie de Ravin
Neil Craig Chris Cooper
Diane Hirsch Lena Olin
Caroline Hawkins Ruby Jerins
Les Hirsch Gregory Jbara
Tate Ellington Aidan Hall
Director Allen Coulter
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Other Information

Language: English Colour Theatrical distributor: E1 Entertainment Guidance: Violence, swearing, sex scenes. Available on: Available on DVD and BluRay Released on: 2 Apr 2010

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