Remember Me

Movie review by Sandie Angulo Chen, Common Sense Media
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Common Sense says

age 15+

Dark, disturbing romance not for Twilight's preteen fans.

PG-13 2010 128 minutes

Parents say

age 14+

Based on 19 reviews

Kids say

age 13+

Based on 42 reviews

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age 13+

Great movie

This was a great movie. I’ve watched it several times. Robert Pattinson is fantastic.
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age 13+


The first time I watched this film, I was 16. It brought me to tears and helped me to cope through a difficult time in my life. I was in the fourth grade when the climax of this film took place in reality. It's a film with a very deep zen lesson. It deals with love, death, and family trouble. It deals with relationships and taught me to not take the actions in my life for granted. It is one of my favorite films that is based off of a life that could potentially have been reality in our actual world. The opposite of Twilight in my opinion. Twilight was a fantasy romance film. This film is not a fantasy film. It's very connected to potential realities, makes for more logic. When families face loss sometimes it's hard for families to stay close, and continue to make memories, but this film shows families working through difficulties even if it's not completely peaceful all the time. I think it's a beautiful touching message.

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