Remember Me


Remember Me

Critics Consensus

Its leads are likeable, but Remember Me suffers from an overly maudlin script and a borderline offensive final twist.



Total Count: 138


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User Ratings: 411,580
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Tyler, a rebellious young man in New York City, has had a strained relationship with his father ever since tragedy separated their family. Tyler didn't think anyone could possibly understand what he was going through until the day he met Ally through an unusual twist of fate. Love was the last thing on his mind, but as her spirit unexpectedly heals and inspires him, he begins to fall for her. Through their love, he begins to find happiness and meaning in his life. But, soon, hidden secrets are revealed, and the circumstances that brought them together slowly threaten to tear them apart.

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Robert Pattinson
as Tyler Hawkins
Emilie De Ravin
as Ally Craig
Chris Cooper
as Sgt. Neil Craig
Pierce Brosnan
as Charles Hawkins
Lena Olin
as Diane Hirsch
Tate Ellington
as Aidan Hall
Ruby Jerins
as Caroline Hawkins
Gregory Jbara
as Les Hirsch
Caitlyn Paige Rund
as Alyssa Craig (11 yrs)
Chris Clawson
as Michael Hawkins
Kevin P. McCarthy
as Police Chief
Athena Currey
as Toothbrush Girl
Angela Pietropinto
as Diner Waitress
Lee Brock
as Uptight Mommy
Emily Wickersham
as Miami Blonde
Kelli Barrett
as Miami Brunette
Jon Trotsky
as Musician
Drew Leary
as Musician
Bob Colletti
as Queens Guy
Bob Coletti
as Queens Guy
Scott Burik
as Queens Guy
Doug Crosby
as Queens Guy
Douglas Crosby
as Queens Guy
Scott Nicholson
as Escorting Officer
Tricia Paoluccio
as Receptionist
Peyton List (II)
as Taunting Classmate
Morgan Turner
as Taunting Classmate
Olga Merediz
as Aidan's Professor
Ebrahim Abe Jaffer
as Indian Restaurant Waiter
David Anzuelo
as Carny Game Attendant
Sandor Tecsy
as Cab Driver
Justin Grace
as Rookie Cop
Michael Hobbs
as Oak Room Waiter
David Wilson Barnes
as Business Associate
Emily Godshall
as Birthday Girl
Jane Harnick
as Birthday Girl's Mom
Andrea Navedo
as Caroline's Teacher
Bill Burns
as Bailiff
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Critic Reviews for Remember Me

All Critics (138) | Top Critics (41) | Fresh (37) | Rotten (101)

  • Overwritten and overcooked, Remember Me still manages a few explosive sequences between Pattinson and Pierce Brosnan.

    Jan 3, 2011 | Rating: B- | Full Review…
  • Put it this way, Coulter, there are over 3000 true stories you could have told, and this film may insult every single one.

    Apr 7, 2010 | Rating: 1/4
  • Remember Me provides some mild domestic spats and lots of picturesque male brooding, but it's a pallid and oddly exploitative affair.

    Apr 2, 2010 | Rating: 2/5 | Full Review…
  • Tween and teen girls will weep in the cheap seats, while adults will be narked by the ending, a shameful piggyback on a national tragedy, which will further the career of the heart-throb.

    Apr 2, 2010 | Rating: 2/5 | Full Review…

    Wendy Ide

    Times (UK)
    Top Critic
  • Be warned, if you're vulnerable to outrageous, cringe-inducing implausibilities -- not least the ludicrous stand-up row between Tyler and his father in the latter's Twin Towers boardroom -- you'd best give this one a miss.

    Apr 1, 2010 | Rating: 2/5 | Full Review…

    Wally Hammond

    Time Out
    Top Critic
  • Decently shot and directed as it is, it lacks any real flame.

    Apr 1, 2010 | Rating: 2/5

Audience Reviews for Remember Me

  • Dec 08, 2011
    I'm not surprised by the lowish rating this film has gotten, but it's a hate it or love it type of film. I've not only seen Pattinson in the Twilight movies but also in Water For Elephants and I think he's a decent actor. That being said, this movie does have a certain clichà (C) feel to it, but I enjoyed it nevertheless. Tyler Hawkins relationship with his father and sister had a lot of depth and of course the ending for me was also heartfelt. I would say give this film a chance at least once.
    Wildaly M Super Reviewer
  • Oct 23, 2011
    An incredibly raw and emotional film built around the lives of characters who have suffered immensely. A hugely underrated film that really shows off the talents of the cast. I was skeptical as Pattinson has quite the teen fan base after Twilight but he did a great job. Unfortunately I already knew what the ending was however I would never have guessed. A touching and beautiful film that really shows that you have to live each day as if it's the last and always tell the people you love how much they mean to you. I really can't believe the critics panned this.
    Sophie B Super Reviewer
  • Sep 04, 2011
    This film surprised me a bit. In what way? starts very slow, clearly depicting the beginning of possible romantic/dramatic scenes to follow. And that it does, Robert Pattinson (don't have nothing against the guy, but when did you see him in a comedy, take some anti-depressives dude!), performs very good though, i think it's the 4th film i've seen with him and i like his acting "more" here. Anyway this film revolves around a young college student trying to make peace with his broken family, while dealing with his "monsters from the past" and falling in love. It's mostly talk talk talk talk, but somehow i kept watching, so it can't be bad right? The thing that blew my mind though is the ending, very surprising, i couldn't have imagined it, and if i'd write here i'd spoil the whole movie, so Enjoy. Peace!
    Ovi G Super Reviewer
  • Aug 14, 2011
    I don't get why so many people don't like this movie. Well actually I understand it, but I think it's ridiculous because this is a romance that actually does really try something new with the formula. I think it's pretty much common knowledge now that the movie ends with 9/11. Now most see this as a terrible and stupid way to end the movie, but I'd really have to disagree. It's not like the ending comes out of nowhere, it's practically forshadowed throughout the entire story that everyone needs to cherish every moment they have and not leave anything left unsaid. Even if that wasn't enough, the dates and eents taking place around the story make it more than plausible that the movie is goin to end the way it does. Honestly, it's just a really bold move and I think that it makes for an extremely lasting impression. The funny thing is, I can almost garuntee that most of the critical backlash for this movie is full of people who always complain about cliched romantic stories. Well this movie does change things up and really does defy expectations. This is such a well done story with great characters and a really great message. It captures extremely relistic moments in terms of the love story and just relationships in general. This does amount to more than just one aspect of life, it covers almost everything. Robert Pattinson does a great job and I really don't see why he's continuosly shut down as an actor. His perfomance in this was about as perfect as you can get and I really felt it was easy to relate to the character and understand what he was going through. Everyone else is really good for their part too. It's just a genuinely well made movie that doesn't get the recognition it deserves. I think in the end it really gets its point across and I stand by the movie being as brave as it is.
    Conner R Super Reviewer

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