Remember Me

Robert Pattinson, Emilie de Ravin

Directed by Allen Coulter
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March 11, 2010

Is there life after Twilight? Kristen Stewart makes a decent case in The Runaways. Now Rob Pattinson, her vamp lover, trades fantasy for reality in Remember Me. As Tyler, a New York college boy, the brooding RPatz doesn’t bite. But his movie does. It’s crudely written by Will Fetters and directed by Allen Coulter of The Sopranos (WTF?) as a love story between Tyler and Ally (Lost's Emilie de Ravin), both with daddy issues. His (Pierce Brosnan) rules Wall Street, hers (Chris Cooper) is a cop. It's all weepy drool until the twist ending, which turns it shockingly offensive.

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