Remember Me (2010)
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  • I thoroughly enjoyed watching Remember Me , and found it to be a refreshing shift from the stereotypical norm of PG-13 romances nowadays
  • I heavily recommend this movie, and whether you love it or love to hate it, you will certainly be talking about it for several days after you see it

    • by Hillary Ford
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      I will start by saying the film “Remember Me”, starring Robert Pattinson, Pierce Brosnan, Chris Cooper, and Emilie de Ravin, is surprisingly good. On the surface, it contains a cliche plot, one of a boy who dates a girl to get back at someone else but ultimately falls in love with her. Happily ever after, right? Girl finds out about boy’s plan, they fight, he confesses his love, they walk away into the sunset holding hands, end of story. Well, this is the kind of ending you can expect from “Remember Me”, but it’s certainly not the one you will get.

      The viewer ultimately realizes in the last half hour or so of the movie that it is


      less about the couple’s relationship, and more about the relationships of the main character, Tyler Hawkins (played by Pattinson), and his family members with each other. It shows his influence on their interactions, and how he can bring them together or tear them apart. The dark undertones of the movie carry it from a romantic chick flick to something that both males and females alike can enjoy. From murder to suicide and unexpected tragedy, this movie will rock its viewers to their cores.

      The depth of the relationships is played out very powerfully by some heavyweight actors. Those who judge Pattinson’s career by his performance in the teenage Twilight films will be pleasantly surprised at his ability, as ...


      • he conveys the character Tyler’s emotions, hardships, and passion to the audience like no other. You really connect with the characters, and will find yourself falling for their unique charms, from Tyler’s tortured younger sister Caroline, who you will want to smother with hugs and promise that things will turn out okay, to his quirky roommate Aidan, who will have you rolling on the floor with almost everything he says. “Remember Me” is not a film to take lightly. If you’re watching it by yourself, be sure to have a cuddly pillow nearby and a fresh stack of tissues. If you’re watching it with a significant other, as I did, you will find yourselves huddling closer and
        closer as the tensions rise, ultimately culminating to the unimaginable plot twist that will leave you blindsided.

        Critics have often torn this movie apart for it’s unexpected ending, but isn’t that what we want to see in a movie nowadays? Does it hurt so bad to not see something coming in a film for once? I’m honestly tired of watching movies where I can predict the ending before it even happens. I thoroughly enjoyed watching “Remember Me”, and found it to be a refreshing shift from the stereotypical “norm” of PG-13 romances nowadays. I heavily recommend this movie, and whether you love it or love to hate it, you will certainly be talking about it for several days after you see it.




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