After watching this movie yesterday with my mother and my aunt I got to the internet and searched for reviews on the movie. And I couldn't believe what my eyes were telling me were the feelings of countless others.
This is from a site called Rotten Tomatoes.com
"Put it this way, Coulter, there are over 3000 true stories you could have told, and this film may insult every single one."
Wow, don't you sound a little harsh there mate? I watched the movie and I think it was one of those few movies I would actually buy on Blue Ray and keep it on my collection. Seriously! Robert Pattinson redeemed himself in this movie. The boy knows how to act! Who would have known?!
Oh and this one insulted me:
"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."
What is he trying to say? Teens aren't mature enough to comprehend the devastating event that occurred? Or that we are just plain stupid and without taste? Listen whoever you are I watched it with my aunt and my mother both of which are adults and both which were devastated by said event and they thought the movie was great!
Here is a movie summary:
"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 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. Remember Me is an unforgettable story about the power of love, the strength of family, and the importance of living passionately and treasuring every day of one’s life."
I liked it, does that mean I am a immature teenage girl? No! The movie was good! I was no fan of Robert Pattinson before watching this movie, but after watching it I am giving him a thumbs up (even though I still don't like him as Edward). And the girl they choose was very cute yet fierce. They make a good couple. The story is suppose to be about love and healing and finding yourself even though it may take time and you may just find yourself to be lost again. The cast pulled it off. And the plot has such a big heart. Everything that happens you feel it and understand it. And how are you able to feel it? Well, the actors were great at their jobs.
Nothing, I just thought since I only saw bad reviews that I might as well give my two cents and support the movie. Movie rocked. Ending was "wow" and I don't think it was piggy back riding at all! What about other movies who have used that as a theme? Were they piggy back ridding? I think not. So just stop hating because Robert is a glittery vampire the other half of his time xD
Also, people who "hated" the movie, do you guys watch the special features of a movie? Because it further explain stuff about the "behind-the-scenes" of the movie and would probably make the thing that you hated about it more bearable. Just saying.
Anyways, I'm done. I recommend it. Watch it. Bye!