Thoughtful and a step above the typical romantic drama.
Overwritten and overcooked, Remember Me still manages a few explosive sequences between Pattinson and Pierce Brosnan.
| Original Score: B-
Remember Me is a sweet and sombre melodrama of two wounded souls finding hope and love in pre 9/11 New York.
| Original Score: 3.5/5
A teen-pleasing, low-key indie romance with one of the most demented final twists ever.
| Original Score: 3/4
Pattinson, while unlikely to win over doubters, acquits himself well enough to suggest a career beyond moody bloodsucking.
Much better than you might expect.
| Original Score: 4/5
R-Patz shows he can act, standing toe to toe with the fine Chris Cooper and looking like James Dean in comparison to the annoying Tate Ellington, who plays Tyler's "comedy" flatmate.
| Original Score: 3/5
It is the cinematic equivalent of a mournful track from a cool indie band until we get to that awkward finale.
Remember Me provides some mild domestic spats and lots of picturesque male brooding, but it's a pallid and oddly exploitative affair.
| Original Score: 2/5
There is much to be impressed with here.
...Pattinson's magnetic work as the protagonist plays a significant role in cementing Remember Me's mild success...
Robert Pattinson can really act when he is supported by a great cast. As the film reached it's climax I slowly moved my hand over my mouth in shock.
In "Remember Me," Robert Pattinson, the producer and leading man, displays genuine acting chops as a "Rent"-related cousin of the "Rebel Without a Cause."
| Original Score: B
A movie that surprises in many ways, one being how much better it is than expected.
| Original Score: 7/10
A simple romance for swooners that wins points for noting that two lovers bring with them a clashing mess of family and friends
Remember Me is a far more accurate barometer of Robert Pattinson's acting chops than that teen vampire franchise.
There are enough layers to the drama in Remember Me that makes it hard to immediately discount or dismiss it as frivolous teen girl fare.
A small, dense chamber study of unhappy people looking for hope in the darkness, often literally.
I hate the ending. I hate it. I hate it. I hate it. I hate it more than Kim Basinger hates Alec Baldwin. I hate more than Garfield hates Mondays.
| Original Score: 2.5/4
It turns out Robert Pattinson sparkles after all. [T]he script shimmers with sensitivity and a meticulous attention to emotional detail...