May 3rd, 2021 / 8 Comments


If you could hear me, I would say that our finger prints don’t fade from the lives we’ve touched.

It goes without saying that Robert’s performances have touched us in ways we will never forget.  Cliched I know, but it’s true.  You know what else doesn’t fade?  These comments about Robert’s performance in “Remember Me”:

“Pattinson’s magnetic work as the protagonist plays a significant role in cementing Remember Me’s mild success…”, David Nusair, Reel Film Reviews

“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.” Grant Rollings, The Sun (UK)

“Pattinson, while unlikely to win over doubters, acquits himself well enough to suggest a career beyond moody bloodsucking.” Alistair Harkness, The Scotsman

“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.”, Kevin McCarthy, BDK Reviews

“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.””, James Verniere, Boston Herald

“Remember Me is a far more accurate barometer of Robert Pattinson’s acting chops than that teen vampire franchise.”  Christian Toto, What Would Toto Watch

“It turns out Robert Pattinson sparkles after all. [T]he script shimmers with sensitivity and a meticulous attention to emotional detail…” Brandon Fibbs, Brandon Fibbs

“With any luck, Robert Pattinson’s naysayers will be silenced after they take a gander at his convincing, even magnetic work in Remember Me, a romantic drama more interested in character nuance than story innovation.” Dustin Putman, The Film File Co

“A strong romantic drama in which Robert Pattinson and Emilie de Ravin really shine.” Kirk Honeycutt, Hollywood Reporter

I thought it would be great to have a reminder that there were some reviewers who didn’t go into the film with a preconceived opinion of Rob’s performance.  Want another reminder – not that I think you all need it – here’s some promo stills from Robert’s scenes and some old school amazing edits by Creations Jules.

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  • sue
    Posted on May 03, 2021

    I’ll never get enough of Tyler Hawkins. And I’ll never really understand the luke-warm reception Remember Me received, particularly by some critics. I’ve watched that movie several times over the years and love it every viewing. Such a great cast. And such a treat seeing Jules’ edits agains too – it’s been a while.

  • Maria
    Posted on May 03, 2021

    I agree Sue re lukewarm reception and great cast. That final scene haunts me still.

  • sue
    Posted on May 03, 2021

    And of course Remember Me introduced us (me, at least) to Nick Osborne, which led us to his beautifully written books ……

  • PM
    Posted on May 03, 2021

    I must admit the ending made me kind of angry when I first saw it. For a lot of NYers it is an open wound and perhaps felt like 9/11 was used gratuitously without a build up to it or readying the audience for it. I think the plot twist was that two people got displaced by things in their life, the father finding himself somewhere else other than where he usually was and the son, the same but it was a fatal (wrong?) man at the wrong place at the wrong time. I am sure such displacements and twists of fate happened for many on that fateful day. I don’t think many wanted to be reminded of it (even though the other muddled message was to seize the moment and make the most of it). It was too abrupt and many perhaps thought unwarranted. Also the stark nature of the last scene of him standing there was jarring and perhaps made people angry and upset — it need not have been so explicit when so many still had PTSD from it.

  • PM
    Posted on May 04, 2021

    I must also add that that is not to take away anything from the cast and acting and RP was great as usual and the scenes between him and Emile were different from the usual boy meets girl and they fall in love and he is a natural with kids (as in his kid sister).
    Maria, I am new to this and often don’t realize I may spill spoilers with my comment. Please feel free to remove my comment if you think it is a problem.

  • Maria
    Posted on May 04, 2021

    Did you know @PM that the original script actually had his brother being killed in the 93 WTC bombings that was the twist of fate. It’s original title was Memoirs. But I understand that it was difficult for NYers and they had to change it. I just thought Rob was soo good as Tyler and agree with your previous comment about Rob working which kids. He really is a natural. That relationship was portrayed so beautifully. I need to watch it again – it’s been too long.

  • PM
    Posted on May 04, 2021

    Oh, I didn’t know that. That would have been even more awful. Glad they abandoned it.

  • Maria
    Posted on May 04, 2021

    It did @Sue and yes to his books they were a great story. I’m still hoping it gets made into a movie one day.

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