Wednesday, December 29, 2010

Most Misunderstood Film of the Year - Ropes of Silicon

Even though Remember Me does not make the list of Brad Brevet's top 10 films for 2010, he does mention it as the most misunderstood film of the year. Mr Brevet gets it and has really supported Remember Me!

Remember Me :
Perhaps the most misunderstood film of the year. People called the ending a "twist" which I guess means any time you're walking around your house and you stub your toe it's a twist because you didn't expect to do it. This movie presented events in a way no other film has dared to try, the same way we lived it, without knowing and without warning. And I applaud it for having the guts to do so.

To read more of Brad's year-end review, please click here:
Ropes of Silicon Top Movies of 2010

To read Brad's original review of Remember Me, please click here:
Remember Me Review

Thanks Sammie!

Tuesday, December 28, 2010

Remember Me Eligible for Writer's Guild of America Award

Remember Me is one of the 43 films that are eligible for the 2010 Writer's Guild of America Award for Original Screenplay.

Ballots must be cast by Monday and the list of the final five nominations will be announced on Tuesday.

In order to be eligible, a screenplay must have been written by a WGA memebr and must be submitted to the WGA for consideration.

We here would love for Will to get the credit that he deserves for writing this wonderful script!

To read the entire article and to view the list of all films, please click here:


Remember Me Rated Top 10 Best Film

Clint from has rated Remember Me as one of his top films of 2010.

10. Remember Me

Robert Pattinson delivers one of the richest and most weighty performances of any actor this year with his uneasy son and lover at the center of director Allen Coulter’s love letter to 9/11 (yes, there is such a thing).

To read the rest of Clint's post on Remember Me and the rest of his list, please click here:
Clint's Top 10 Films of 2010