Remember Me - Review

As a shameless contraption of ridiculously sad things befalling attractive people, the engorged romantic tragedy Remember Me stands tall between those towering monuments to teen-oriented cinematic misery, Love Story and Twilight: Beginning with a shock of urban violence set on a subway platform in 1991, then moving forward to a balmy New York City summer a decade later, the movie is one part Love means never having to say you're sorry and one part 
 Edward's warning to Bella: If you're smart, you'll stay away from me. As in Love Story, an angry, fancy-class young man named Tyler (Robert Pattinson) falls in love with a fine, plain-class young woman named Ally (Lost's Emilie de Ravin) on the campus of a renowned American university, and the couple's devotion survives an avalanche of crises that would bury lesser soul mates. As in Twilight, Pattinson evokes the fancy-class man using the combined resources of dark glowers, milky gazes, and fabulously mussed-up hair.

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