For all those sites/reviewers that just didn't get Remember Me, there's always a few that are now looking past the hype.. and putting a little balance in the mix:
LA Times readers also weighed in on their Most Under-Appreciated movie of 2010 poll. Fans of Tyler spoke up:
Massively Underrated: Youth in Revolt / Remember Me
Youth in Revolt was an innovative comedy, but it was released during a time period where people skip the theatrical experience. And if Remember Me had featured Ryan Gosling instead of Robert Pattinson it would have been correctly hailed as great. But people got far too caught up in the ending and Pattinson's celebrity to catch that he was really freaking good in this movie. Definitely worth a watch if you you're a fan of relationship dramas.
Last week, we wondered which film was the most under-appreciated of 2010. Through tweets, e-mails and comments, many of you weighed in with your choices.
Some of the more popular picks didn't surprise -- they were big-release movies with a distinct sensibility that got dissed despite (or because) they felt unique -- "Scott Pilgrim vs. the World" most notably among them, or even the Sept. 11 romantic tearjerker "Remember Me."
And for the movie bloggers that didn't get what Remember Me was truly about, this is the list YOU belong in. Cheers!
P.S. Laremy, I owe you a drink.
Thanks Lilac Wine. & via source