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artisanal film reviews | by maryann johanson

trailer break: ‘Remember Me’

Take a break from work: watch a trailer…


Really? Should we just write, right here, the scene at the end of the second act in which Emilie de Ravin discovers that Robert Pattinson was arrested by her father and she’s heartbroken because it means that he was only using her to get to her dad, which he was at first but now he really, really loves her and she’s changed his life and he doesn’t know what he’ll do without her and she just can’t leave! And that’s when she slams the door in his face.

At least Chris Cooper is unfailingly awesome at everything he touches.

Remember Me opens in the U.S. and Canada on March 12, and in the U.K. on April 2.



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  • Alli

    But Maryann, Pattison was “Hand-picked” for this movie, so it has to be awesome.

  • JSW

    “Hand-picked” as opposed to what? Ripped up from a field of ripe actors by a combine harvester?

  • Alli

    JSW, it was a joke based off of a previous conversation about Pattison and David Tennant a couple days ago. A fan tried to say Pattison was a great actor because he was hand-picked for certain upcoming movies. I was being snarky.

  • Chris

    Um…watch the film before commenting on the ending.

  • MaryAnn

    I’m not commenting on the ending. I’m commenting on the cliches of these kinds of movies. If this movie avoids them, I will be happy.

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