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Robert Pattinson, Pierce Brosnan, Remember Me The Robert Pattinson vehicle Remember Me, which divided critics upon its early March release, has reportedly grossed $11.03m on DVD in the United States, with more than 600k units sold. The source for these figures is a site called The Numbers, which focuses on home video revenues. If the Numbers' figures are correct — the site itself offers little information on its sources — Remember Me DVD sales to date are equivalent to nearly 60% of the film's North American box-office take. Worldwide, Remember Me grossed nearly $56m. Summit Entertainment spent about $16m producing it, though foreign distribution deals likely covered much — if not all — of that amount. Also in the Remember Me cast: Emilie de Ravin, Pierce Brosnan, Chris Cooper and Lena Olin. Allen Coulter directed from a screenplay by Will Fetters. Photo: Remember Me (Myles Aronowitz / Summit Entertainment) »
- Zac Gille
Elliott Gould, Natalie Wood, Robert Culp, Dyan Cannon, Bob & Carol & Ted & Alice Paul Mazursky, among whose efforts as writer-director are Bob & Carol & Ted & Alice (1969), Harry and Tonto (1974), An Unmarried Woman (1978), and Enemies: A Love Story (1989), will receive the Los Angeles Film Critics Association's 2010 Career Achievement Award at the Lafca awards dinner on Jan. 15, 2011, at the Intercontinental Hotel in Century City. Throughout his three or so decades as a writer-director, Mazursky earned five Oscar nominations: four for writing/co-writing the screenplays of the aforementioned four titles; one as a producer of Best Picture nominee An Unmarried Woman. He also helped six performers earn Academy nods: Elliott Gould, Dyan Cannon (both for Bob & Carol & Ted & Alice), Art Carney (who won the Best Actor Oscar for Harry and Tonto), Jill Clayburgh (An Unmarried Woman), and Anjelica Huston and Lena Olin [...] »
- Steve Montgomery
I'm not going to salander Rooney Mara or anything, but I would have preferred for original Lisbeth Salander, Noomi Rapace, to come out to America to reprise the role in David Fincher's English-language version of The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo (and sequels). But rather than do as Penelope Cruz did for Vanilla Sky, Rapace declined to be considered for the remake and instead is looking for other ways to break into Hollywood.
Will she be successful? Throughout the 20th century we saw so many foreign actresses rocket to stardom in Hollywood, but in the past decade there have been a number of surprising disappointments. Occasional industry conquerors like Cruz and maybe Marion Cotillard (we'll see) break the modern mold, but for the most part Hollywood miscasts and undervalues imported starlets. So, I don't foresee Rapace being the next Lena Olin let alone the next Ingrid Bergman. More likely »
- Christopher Campbell
Somewhere in between Twilight: New Moon and Twilight: Eclipse, Robert Pattinson managed to find time to make another movie for E1 Entertainment called Remember Me. The cast is pretty strong and includes Pierce Brosnan, Emilie de Ravin, Ruby Jerins and the awesome Chris Cooper with Allen Coulter directing.
Synopsis: Remember Me features a talented and critically acclaimed cast including Robert Pattinson in his first major role outside The Twilight Saga, alongside Australian actress Emilie de Ravin, best known for her role in award-winning ABC series Lost. Taking on parental responsibilities are Golden Globe nominee Pierce Brosnan (currently starring in The Ghost), Academy Award® winner Chris Cooper (Adaption) and Academy Award® nominee Lena Olin (Chocolat). The film also stars Tate Ellington (The Shape of Things) and introduces Ruby Jerins in a delightful debut performance.
It’s hard to review a film like this when I am most definitely not the target audience for it. »
- David Sztypuljak
DVD Playhouse—June 2010
The White Ribbon (Sony) On the eve of Ww I, a small village in Germany is struck by a series of tragic, seemingly unconnected events until the townspeople, and the audience, start to connect the dots. Shot in stark, beautiful black & white, director Michael Haneke has fashioned a haunting metaphorical drama that is as coldly chilling as anything made by Ingmar Bergman, and darkly unsettling as anything from the canon of David Lynch. A rich, tough, brilliant cinematic experience you’re not likely to forget. Also available on Blu-ray disc. Bd bonuses: Interviews with cast and crew; featurettes. Widescreen Dolby and DTS 5.1 surround.
Alice In Wonderland (Disney) Tim Burton’s take on the Lewis Carroll classic finds young Alice (Mia Wasikowska), a 19th century girl who finds herself in an unhappy engagement to a boorish suitor, tumbling down the rabbit hole into Wonderland, where she encounters magical cakes, »
- The Hollywood Interview.com
In Remember Me - filmed in between The Twilight Saga: New Moon and The Twilight Saga: Eclipse last summer - Robert Pattinson portrays "Tyler Hawkins," a young man who carries the heavy weight of loss upon his shoulders but finds a reason to overcome in "Ally Craig" (portrayed by Lost star Emilie de Ravin).
The DVD for the film includes a "Making Of" feature, a commentary feature with director Allen Coulter, and a comm »
The Cannes Film Festival has always been a place, or a state of mind, that revels in contradiction. It is, of course, one of the glitziest and most fashionable art spectacles in the world — a mod parade of the sports-car-and-champagne elite, so redolent of old money and upper-crust bourgeois-bohemian Euro-chic class. At the same time, the movies that are celebrated and end up winning prizes here have, as often as not, been resounding critiques of that very culture — dire warnings, in fact, about how the stratifications bred by money tear away at our humanity. To me, the quintessential image of »
- Owen Gleiberman
You can bring home Robert Pattinson in his latest non-vampire role on DVD and Blu-ray this June. Remember Me will be released on DVD and Blu-ray on June 22. We don't have any pricing details or DVD cover art yet, but you can take a look at the Blu-ray cover art below. The film stars Robert Pattinson, Pierce Brosnan and Emilie de Ravin.
In the romantic drama Remember Me, Robert Pattinson plays Tyler, a rebellious young man in New York City who has a strained relationship with his father (Pierce Brosnan) 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 (Emilie de Ravin) 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 »
Pretty boy “Twilight” star Robert Pattinson got a little roughed up by the film critics for his movie “Remember Me,” with Emilie de Ravin. But Rob may be getting the last laugh now that the box office numbers are rolling in. “Remember Me,” about a troubled youth attempting to deal with tragedy, is slowly working its way around the world, opening in such far flung country as Argentina and Australia. The film also includes Pierce Brosnan, Lena Olin, Ruby Jerins, Chris Cooper and Tate Ellington. “Remember Me” was directed by Allen Coulter from a screenplay by Will Fetters, who is getting most of the bad press. »
- email@example.com (Keith Girard)
Our Robert Pattinson-Remember Me review snippets have been quite popular, so here are a few more. We’ll be adding a handful more later this evening. The ones below are from British publications. Remember Me opened in the UK last weekend. In addition to Robert Pattinson, the romantic drama stars Emilie de Ravin (photo), Pierce Brosnan, Chris Cooper, Lena Olin, Ruby Jerins, and Tate Ellington. Allen Coulter directed from a screenplay by Will Fetters. "As a test for the Pattster’s James Dean credentials, it’s watchable but unpersuasive: for all his railing against stuffy Dad (Pierce Brosnan), we never quite twig what Tyler’s problem is." Tim Robey in The Telegraph. "As a study of the pains of adolescence, it’s not exactly Rebel Without A Cause, [...] »
- Joan Lister
Robert Pattinson’s Remember Me has been getting mixed reviews overseas, much like those the romantic drama received in the United States. Directed by Allen Coulter from a screenplay by Will Fetters, Remember Me also stars Emilie de Ravin, Pierce Brosnan, Chris Cooper, and Lena Olin. Below are a three snippets from British publications: "While the casting for this film is on paper very strong, it turns out to be its fatal flaw, as a robustly-New York based script sees an Aussie and a Brit take the leads. While both Pattinson and du Ravin suit there [sic] respective characters well, there is something a bit too British about the former which holds the emotional character of [...] »
- Joan Lister
For those of you who just can’t get enough of Robert Pattinson, here’s a previously unreleased behind the scenes clip from the film “Remember Me,” by director Allen Coulter (Rubicon, Sons of Anarchy) and starring Robert Pattinson (The Twilight Saga: Eclipse, Unbound Captives, Bel Ami), Pierce Brosnan (Vanilla Gorilla, The Ghost), Emilie de Ravin (Public Enemies, The Hills Have Eyes, Lost), Chris Cooper (Where the Wild Things Are, Capote), Martha Plimpton (Grey’s Anatomy) and Lena Olin (Queen of the Damned, Awake). Synopsis: A drama centered on two lovers whose new found relationship is threatened as they try to cope with their respective family tragedies. Stay tuned to Shockya.com for the latest movie [...] »
- Brian Corder
Robert Pattinson’s Remember Me: International Reviews Directed by Allen Coulter from a screenplay by Will Fetters, Remember Me features Robert Pattinson, Emilie de Ravin, Pierce Brosnan, Chris Cooper, Tate Ellington, and Lena Olin. Note: We’ve found a few international reviews online, mostly from Brazil and English-speaking Australia and New Zealand. We’re looking for more. Below are a few more — mixed — international reviews. "If Remember Me does well at the box office, it will in no way be a reflection of the film’s merits. Alas, Twihards will no doubt flock to the cinema to ogle over this latest Robert Pattinson vehicle and not even notice how dreary and manipulative the story is. But credit [...] »
- Joan Lister
Robert Pattinson’s starring vehicle Remember Me was also greeted by mixed reviews in Canada. Here are a few snippets from both English- and French-language publications. Directed by Allen Coulter from a screenplay by Will Fetters, Remember Me also features Emilie de Ravin, Pierce Brosnan, Chris Cooper, Tate Ellington, and Lena Olin. "Neither good nor bad, Remember Me has exactly the same mood of its dominant color: an insipid gray with barely any shine to it, soft and lacking attractiveness — a metaphorical portrait of its protagonists. Young viewers will find their idol as tortured as in the popular vampire features, while fans of romantic dramas will wait patiently until the dough rises …" Le [...] »
- Joan Lister
Yahoo! Movies got their hands on this new movie clip ‘Dinner’ from the film “Remember Me,” by director Allen Coulter (Rubicon, Sons of Anarchy) and starring Robert Pattinson (The Twilight Saga: Eclipse, Unbound Captives, Bel Ami), Pierce Brosnan (Vanilla Gorilla, The Ghost), Emilie de Ravin (Public Enemies, The Hills Have Eyes, Lost), Chris Cooper (Where the Wild Things Are, Capote), Martha Plimpton (Grey’s Anatomy) and Lena Olin (Queen of the Damned, Awake). Synopsis: A drama centered on two lovers whose new found relationship is threatened as they try to cope with their respective family tragedies. Stay tuned to Shockya.com for the latest movie news and trailers from “Remember Me” and Robert Pattinson. »
- Brian Corder
Forget what you think you know about this movie. And forget what you think you know about Robert Pattinson. This film is far more than a love story. Plus, Pattinson’s acting abilities are better than the one particular role he’s known for playing.
Go into this movie with an open mind, and what you’ll find is an engaging film that is simultaneously heartbreaking and heartwarming. The story and actors swirl together like a perfect cup of coffee with just the right amount of cream and sugar. The subtle sweetness cuts the underlying bitterness. And, in fact, that’s exactly the word I would use to describe Remember Me – bittersweet…read more [Killer Film]
Disaffected twentysomething Tyler (Robert Pattinson) is still coping with the aftershocks of his older brother’s suicide several years earlier. His parents (Pierce Brosnan and Lena Olin) are separated and his younger sister (Ruby Jerins) is an outcast at school. »
- Allan Ford
Remember Me was released in the Us this weekend. Since it’s not released in the UK until April 2nd, I’ll keep it as spoiler free as possible. The general gap in release dates is actually discussed in another post that you can find here. Now, on to the review.
Remember Me tells the story of Tyler (Robert Pattinson) and Ally (Emilie de Ravine) as two twenty something college students, both rocked by individual family tragedies and both fighting their own personal demons.
Toward the beginning of the film, Tyler ends up getting arrested and the arresting officer happens to be Ally’s father, Sgt. Neil Craig (Chris Cooper). Encouraged by his best friend, Tyler initiates a relationship with Ally as a way of “getting back” at her father.
Tyler, of course, has issues of his own. He’s floating through life, not really focused on anything. The only »
- Tracy Ladd
Title: Remember Me Directed By: Allen Coulter Starring: Robert Pattinson, Emilie de Ravin, Pierce Brosnan, Chris Cooper, Lena Olin, Ruby Jerins, Tate Ellington We can’t expect every movie to be good, but there’s nothing worse than walking out of a theater downright angry. Overall, Remember Me is rather boring, but manages to squeeze in a few powerful moments making it worthwhile. But when a real life tragedy is used as a last ditch effort to evoke emotion, Remember Me transforms into something you’ll be eager to forget. Edward Cullen, er - Robert Pattinson leads as Tyler, an Nyu student who’s undecided - about everything. He adores his young sister, Caroline (Ruby Jerins), but struggles [...] »
- Perri Nemiroff
Remember Me Photos: Robert Pattinson, Allen Coulter, Emilie de Ravin (top); Pierce Brosnan, Ruby Jerins (middle); Chris Cooper, Emilie de Ravin (bottom) We got a huge response to the Remember Me review snippets posted yesterday. So, here are a few more culled today from various publications. Starring Robert Pattinson and Emilie de Ravin, Remember Me was directed by Allen Coulter from a screenplay by Will Fetters. Also in the cast: Pierce Brosnan, Chris Cooper, and Lena Olin. "Consensus: Its leads are likeable, but Remember Me suffers from an overly maudlin script and a borderline offensive final twist." Rotten Tomatoes "Twilight heartthrob Robert Pattinson seems to have found a better vehicle for his angst-ridden style of acting. Those who relish him as [...] »
- Joan Lister
Here’s a brand new Reelz Channel interview with actor Robert Pattinson on the film “Remember Me,” by director Allen Coulter (Rubicon, Sons of Anarchy) and starring Robert Pattinson (The Twilight Saga: Eclipse, Unbound Captives, Bel Ami), Pierce Brosnan (Vanilla Gorilla, The Ghost), Emilie de Ravin (Public Enemies, The Hills Have Eyes, Lost), Chris Cooper (Where the Wild Things Are, Capote), Martha Plimpton (Grey’s Anatomy) and Lena Olin (Queen of the Damned, Awake). Synopsis: A drama centered on two lovers whose new found relationship is threatened as they try to cope with their respective family tragedies. Stay tuned to Shockya.com for the latest movie news and trailers from “Remember Me” and Robert Pattinson. »
- Brian Corder
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