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Beitrag  TotallyRobsessed am Sa Feb 27, 2010 6:03 pm

Anscheinend bricht so langsam die Zeit der Reviews an. Am besten wir sammeln alle in einem Thread oder? Man kann ja dann immer über die Aktuelle diskutieren. Denkt beim Posten aber bitte immer an die Quellen. So dann fang' ich mal mit den ersten beiden an:

Saw "Twilight" heartthrob Robert Pattinson's new movie, "Remember Me" yesterday. Didn't quite know what to expect - though the apt support cast (Pierce Brosnan and Chris Cooper in particular), and Allen Coulter's ("Hollywood") anointment as director, indicated that it might be something less mush and more meat. And that's exactly what it was. It's Pattinson riding in Coach, as opposed to First Class (the smooth, trouble-free ride that offers a prettier, but not always stunning, view), and you know what? I think he proves his worth here. He's actually pretty bloody good. And nothing against the film adaptations of the Nicholas Sparks' novels (in fact, I've enjoyed every one of those bar "NIghts in Rodanthe", which sucked worse than a toothy hooker in a butcher's strike) but I sure as hell believed the romance at the center of this pic - between Pattinson and co-star Emilie de Ravin ("Lost") - a lot more than the slightly manipulative passionate plays of say, "The Notebook" or "Dear John", "Remember Me" just plays a lot realer. I'll review the flick down the track, but for the moment, let me just say I'm truly convinced at least one of the "Twilight" 'hunks' (that's what you gals call 'em, right?) has some legitimate acting ability.

Quelle: Moviehole
Robert Pattinson gets serious in “Remember Me”

Can’t wait until March 12th to see Robert Pattinson’s new film? Fret not, Twihards, because we’ve got the scoop. We had a chance to attend a preview screening of Remember Me yesterday and can safely say that it will please existing Pattinson fans while – dare we say it – also introduce him to a whole new audience.

This is actually the second film Pattinson has released since the Twilight phenomenon made him one of Hollywood’s hottest stars. The actor starred as artist Salvador Dali in the limited release, Little Ashes, last year. Remember Me, tells the story of two people who meet through an unusual twist of fate and develop a relationship that may be threatened by some deep-rooted secrets.

So what can fans expect from the actor in Remember Me? There’s R-Patz in a T-shirt and jeans, R-Patz getting wet in the shower and R-Patz – gasp! – shirtless in bed. He also gets hot and heavy with co-star (and rumoured summer fling) Emilie De Ravin, but don’t get the wrong idea; the movie definitely showcases Pattinson’s acting chops, rather than his good looks and charm. His character, Tyler, is an impulsive and rebellious college student struggling to deal with a death in the family and to re-start his life. De Ravin (best known as Claire on Lost), plays the young stranger who tries to help him cope, oblivious to the bonds that connect the two. It’s a mature and dramatic departure for both actors, which may surprise some of their younger fans.

This isn’t a typical love story either, so don’t expect a Dear John-like weeper. And be warned – the ending is a stunner. We won’t spoil it for you here, but suffice to say, it will have you gasping in disbelief.

Still not convinced? Here’s another incentive for you to catch the new flick: the trailer for Eclipse will premiere just before the film. He may be trying to establish himself as more than just a one-hit wonder, but it seems like Pattinson can’t shake the Twilight thing too far away just yet.

Quelle: MuchMusic
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Re: Kritiken zum Film

Beitrag  Gast am So Feb 28, 2010 1:35 pm

Uuuhhhh ... Na, wenn Kritik #1 nicht schon mal vielversprechend klingt, weiß ich auch nicht!

Und es soll realer rüberkommen als die Nicholas Sparks-Verfilmungen und die sind ja schon zum Davonfließen .
Bin mal gespannt, wann Hans-Ulrich Pönak, der Filmkritiker von Sat.1, seinen Senf dazu abgibt. Der ist wirklich immer sehr sehr streng! Da muss ein Film schon RICHTIG RICHTIG genial sein, um von ihm alle Punkte zu kriegen .


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Re: Kritiken zum Film

Beitrag  TotallyRobsessed am Di März 02, 2010 5:19 pm

If Twilight is Robert Pattinson’s ride in first class - the smooth, painless jaunt with slightly-prettier views and largely grime-free surroundings, then Remember Me is the British heartthrob’s excursion in Coach - a slightly cheaper, not quite as cushy and slightly bumpier ride without the views and continuous pop music playing from surrounding speakers.

But as most usually discover when they ride coach, it’s a lot more memorable a trip, and even more so, you’re usually surrounded by great people you’ll possibly never forget (in my case, I met one of my oldest friends riding on a bus when I was about 14-years-old!). And I tell ya, you won’t soon forget the people or the plot of the terrific Remember Me either.

No offense to Twilight or its sequels (in fact, I’ve found the films perfectly entertaining), but a scene from any of the flicks isn’t something an artiste would ever likely attach as a wmv file to their email application to Julliard. Perfectly OK film, but its more style over substance, and quite frankly, there’s nothing much for its stars to do but frown, gaze, eyeball or whimper. As a consequence, we haven’t really seen whether or not Robert ‘good guy vampire Edward’ Pattinson has what it takes as an actor (considering he does more sparkling than performing in the latter films). We know he’s got perfect hair, and he’s definitely got enough charisma on-screen and off to convincingly win over his leading lady, but is the young Brit capable of delivering a performance that’d make those decrepit wrinkled film fans at the Kodak theatre sit up and take notice?

We now have the answer. And, it’s Yes.

Pattinson’s turn as the forlorn, love-struck and appreciably human Tyler in Remember Me is the role that’ll turn the young actor from a movie star to an ‘actor’.

Tyler’s your typical troubled youth. Having his lost older brother a few years before, which in turn has consequently pushed his bigwig father (Pierce Brosnan) even further away than he already was, he’s a bit lost, and seemingly convinced nobody knows what he’s going through. That’s until he meets Ally (Emilie de Ravin), a young girl with just as many horrors in her past, not to mention father problems of her own. Together, Tyler and Ally find happiness and a reason to carry on.

There’s a black cloud hanging over the relationship though. Unbeknownst to Ally, Tyler knows her father, and their coming together had nothing to do with chance. The stern New York Police Detective (Chris Cooper) had arrested him not long before. And it was only when Tyler and his roommate (Tate Ellington) discovered Ally was the officer’s daughter did they decide to approach her.

Directed by Allen Coulter (Hollywoodland) and based on a script by Will Fetters, this highly-emotional journey is all meat. Here, you’ll witness not only fine performances, but be immersed in a story that not only captives, but touches, teaches and quite possibly, makes us a better person as a result. It really is, quite the package.

The romance at the center of the film, performed brilliantly and credibly by Pattinson and Lost star de Ravin, is one of the rawest, realest and most unforced couplings in recent years. It works brilliantly. There’s more fantastical about it at all - thus, you honestly believe they’re a true-blue couple.

Just as credible is the relationship between Pattinson and on-screen father Pierce Brosnan - it plays far more valid than most on-screen father-and-son duos, with the former 007 giving an especially grounded but welcomingly more multifarious take on an armour-clad father, hell-bent on not exposing his real emotions.

And speaking of memorable performances, young Ruby Jerins, playing Tyler’s inhibited and bullied sister, gives one that’ll hopefully catch the attention of the award voters early 2011.

Many will talk of the film’s shock ending, which quite frankly seems to come out of nowhere, as brilliant an idea as it may be, but that hopefully won’t overshadow the fine film that’s played out up til then.

Remember Me is the first great film of 2010. Not to be missed.

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Ist das genial oder ist das genial?
Darüber hab' ich mich echt gefreut.

Und noch zwei:

Robert Pattinson is here to stay!

Teen heartthrob Robert Pattinson's latest movie 'Remember Me' is a romantic drama. Those who loved him in the Twilight series will not know what to expect in a very different genre of movie of his. Well, good news is that Robert Pattinson can act and act really well. You girl fans out there, your Twilight Hunk is truly something else. Fans went crazy seeing Robert Pattinson Kristen Stewart at the 'Remember Me' premiere and they will not be disappointed with their Twilight star in his latest movie.Twilight or no Twilight, he is here to stay as an actor.

The film is about a 22 year old deep, alone and brooding kind of guy seemingly at war with the whole world. The film also stars Pierce Brosnan and Emilie de Ravin and is directed by Allen Coulter based on a script by Will Fetters. The movie is a great package as a whole with great performances. The story is captivating as well as touching. Clint Morris has rightly said of R-Patz that this movie will turn him from a movie star to an actor.

Rob Pattinson plays Tyler in the movie who is though alone and kind of brooding but a good human being at heart. The romance between the characters of Pattinson and Emile de Ravin has been portrayed so real that it is really touching. Same can be said about the relationship between Robert Pattinson and on-screen father Pierce Brosnan which has again been brilliantly depicted. Bond star Brosnan plays with perfection, somewhat emotionally restrained father.

The interest is kept alive till the end with a very different, kind of shocking and unexpected ending of the movie. All I will say without disclosing the ending is that this not your typical romance where in the end every thing gets all good. My verdict: Definite watch.

That is all for now in our 'Remember Me' review. The film opens on March 11 in US theaters Please check back for more movie reviews. You can find news on Robert Pattinson and Kristen Stewart in relater articles below.

Quelle: Breaking News
At last - an intelligent romantic drama

You have to give credit to a film which starts powerfully and grabs you by the eyeballs. That's certainly the case here. A dramatic sequence with striking camera angles and lighting makes an instant impression and sets the mood for this gritty romance about two dysfunctional families. Aided by strong acting and an intelligent script, Remember Me is a cut above most romantic films.

Tyler Hawkins (Robert Pattinson) a rebel looking for a cause has a difficult relationship with his estranged high flying father (Pierce Brosnan). Street-hardened cop Sgt. Neil Craig’s (Chris Cooper) wife was shot dead by hoodlums in front of his young daughter ten years previously. Craig in recent times has become over protective.

When Tyler and his best mate Aidan (Tate Ellington) get involved in a street brawl they’re arrested by Craig. By coincidence, Craigs’s daughter Ally (Emilie de Ravin) attends the same college as Tyler and he’s encouraged by Aidan to make out with her in order to get back at the rough handling he experienced from her dad. In a sub-plot, Tyler’s young sister Caroline (Ruby Jerins), something of a romantic dreamer, is set upon at a party. Tyler is outraged by this and his father’s apparent indifference to Caroline’s success as a budding artist.

Tyler and Ally actually fall in love but their happiness is short-lived as family pressures and secrets create an untenable situation threatening their relationship. Things are suddenly brought to a head in an unexpected and devastating conclusion; the moral being to make the most of every day.

Director Allen Coulter, whose previous feature was Hollywoodland as well as episodes of The Sopranos, lovingly crafts a picture of New York at in important time in its history. He’s clearly comfortable with his actors and gains excellent performances. Credit must go to Will Fetters’ script with its layers of meaning and convincing dialogue. Cinematography makes use of colour to suit the mood, with impressive camerawork.

At the risk of getting abusive mail, I have to confess I’m not a great fan of Robert Pattinson (Twilight) in his limp vampire outings. He’s on his mettle here, with a touch of the young Marlon Brando and a sense of being real. You should applaud a good performance as this one deserves. His intimate scenes with the curvaceous Emilie de Ravin (Public Enemies) have that elusive electric tingle, their lovemaking captured sympathetically rather than bordering on the pornographic. The shower sequence is a good example. They make one of the screen’s more pleasing romantic couplings.

Chris Cooper (The Kingdom) puts in a sensitive performance with depth as the tough but heartbroken cop. This reliable actor seems to fall into roles that suit him. It’s good to see Pierce Brosnan (Mamma Mia!) in serious mode for a change, doing much to confirm his status as a fine actor. A surprise packet is young Ruby Jerins (Shutter Island) as Caroline, she’s just a charmer and steals her scenes right out from under her co-stars. Tate Ellington (The Invention of Lying) provides a level of comic relief as Tyler's close friend, while Lena Olin (The Reader) emotionally captures his grieving mother who lost her other son to suicide.

Remember Me may remembered after other romantic movies are forgotten for its compelling performances and intriguing script. It certainly surprised this reviewer, as I was expecting much less. Be warned - the shock twist at the end is a gut punch.

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Re: Kritiken zum Film

Beitrag  mockingbird am Mo März 08, 2010 11:46 pm

Ich war noch nie so stolz auf jemanden, den ich gar nicht kenne!
Aber ich freu mich einfach so, dass ich bei jedem guten Review in die Luft springen könnte.
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Re: Kritiken zum Film

Beitrag  TotallyRobsessed am Di März 09, 2010 12:01 am

Krass oder?
Mir geht's genauso wie dir.
Ich hab' bei jeder neuen Review total Schiss und danach könnte ich Luftsprünge machen vor Freude.
Werd' mich sicher auch am ersten Wochenende wegen den Einspielergebnissen verückt machen.^^

Und hier sind noch zwei. Very Happy
Die erste ist sehr posti. Bei der anderen weiß ich nicht wirklich was ich davon halten soll. xD

Enthält Spoiler, wenn man nichts über den Inhalt bzw. das Ende weiß!
Bottom Line: A strong romantic drama in which Robert Pattinson and Emilie de Ravin really shine.

Remember Me" is a smart, engaging drama about young love flourishing amid sadness and loss. The story ends on Sept. 11, 2001, in New York, which, depending on your point of view, further underscores the sense of loss implicit in the movie's title or is an unnecessary dramatic ploy to end the film with a devastating twist of fate that immediately connects with every audience member. But to return to the original point: "Remember Me" is a smart, engaging drama about a romance.

With the "Twilight" franchise's Robert Pattinson topping a fine cast -- the actor executive produces as well -- "Remember Me" should attract strong opening-weekend audiences. However, it will find its legs with women young and old who will spark to a romance without the off-color humor and male boorishness that so often accompanies romantic fare these days. Summit Entertainment can expect above-average boxoffice.

In an opening sequence 10 years earlier, a subway mugging turns violent as the World Trade Center's Twin Towers loom ominously in the distance, a dramatic foreshadowing that fortunately does not continue into the rest of the movie. But it does establish the suddenness of tragedy, especially as it affects two families at the center of the film.

Allen Coulter, directing a script by Will Fetters, then proceeds to unfold a story about two young people who share little in common except an inexplicable tragedy in each of their lives from which neither family has fully recovered.

Tyler (Pattinson) comes from Park Avenue comfort, but his brother's suicide has pulled a rug from underneath him. He is a lost soul, and it's not clear he is going to snap out of his funk anytime soon. His divorced father (Pierce Brosnan) has grown tired of his melancholy and disaffection, but his mother (Lena Olin) still has faith in him.

Tyler has two entirely different sources of succor: his kid sister (Ruby Jerins), whom he adores, and his roommate, Aidan (Tate Ellington), who has enough wild-man spirit to get Tyler out of his routine and into a few parties and bars. By the way, Tyler has a way with women.

Ally (Emilie de Ravin) is from a blue-collar family in Queens. Her father (Chris Cooper), a cop, clearly has not recovered from the murder of his wife. On the surface, Ally is less damaged, but one suspects she simply hides her pain better.

The cop and Tyler have a late-night encounter where Tyler's righteousness comes up violently against the cop's hardened weariness. Then, in the movie's one quasi-contrivance, Aidan discovers that the cop's attractive daughter shares a class with Tyler. He persuades his roomie into romancing then dumping the woman as a way to get back at her father.

Predictably, the first part works but not the second, where he is supposed to dump Ally. Instead, the two fall in love.

The movie doesn't make a big point out of the grief that overshadows their lives. It's implicit in their actions and manner. They bond in many ways, not the least of which are over fathers at a loss to meet their kids' emotional needs.

The scenes between Pattinson and de Ravin exude genuine charm. One wants these two to get together. They are likable without being saccharine.

The fathers are harder to read. In a decade, neither seems to have developed a coping mechanism, and Tyler's father's indifference toward his daughter is inexplicable.

Fate, in the form of 9/11, casts all of these character flaws and shortcomings into bold relief. This is, after all, a film of memory and loss. One imagines that any of these characters might be narrating the story years later as they seek to remember those final moments before their world so utterly changed.

The production is clean and polished, with Marcelo Zarvos' understated though persistent score and Jonathan Freeman's meticulous cinematography bringing notable sparkle to this heartfelt drama.

Quelle: Hollywood Reporter
Fate sticks its foot out to trip all the characters in all the worst ways in "Remember Me," a grave romantic drama with grandiose thematic intentions. Framed in a portentous manner with a calamitous ending that will only come as a surprise to those who haven't been paying attention, the modestly scaled film delivers some moving and affecting moments amid a preponderance of scenes of frequently annoying people behaving badly. It is precisely the young female fans of star Robert Pattinson who will react most wrenchingly to this doomed romance, which should enjoy a short but sweet B.O. life.

Pattinson is in heavy James Dean mode here as a reckless, unwashed, chain-smoking, intensely confused pretty boy named Tyler who, as Dean did in "East of Eden" and "Rebel Without a Cause," has major father issues. Turning his back, at least for the moment, on his family's wealth -- dad Charles (Pierce Brosnan) is a mighty Wall Street lawyer, while classy mom Diane (Lena Olin) has remarried and is raising precocious 11-year-old artist Caroline (Ruby Jerins) -- Tyler rooms with crude low-life Aidan (Tate Ellington) while occasionally attending NYU classes between drinking bouts.

On a dare, Tyler hits on hot little classmate Ally (Emilie de Ravin), a working-class Queens lass who's the only daughter of a cop (Chris Cooper) who recently threw Tyler in jail after a drunken brawl outside a nightclub. As revealed in the mortifying opening scene, Ally, as a little girl, witnessed her mother's murder on an elevated subway platform; she and Tyler are thus able to morbidly bond over lost loved ones, since his own older brother committed suicide on his 22nd birthday -- and Tyler's 22nd is just around the corner.

As if this weren't enough ominous emotional baggage for one movie, there's plenty more, from the pain little Caroline feels from being ignored by her absent father to the story's overarching historical setting; suffice it to say that the action, as announced at the outset, is set in 2001.

Debuting screenwriter Will Fetters structures the drama so that Tyler's and Ally's love affair, mostly conducted in the former's squalid apartment, might seem like an escape from, and potential purgative of, the jagged emotions that plague them both. Unfortunately, the romance never feels intense or deep enough to fully serve this purpose; director Allen Coulter would have achieved a significantly greater connection had he been able to sweep the viewer up in the heady feeling of two wounded people falling hopelessly in love for the first time and trying, but failing, to prevent the other forces in their lives from gnawing away at their fleeting happiness.

This atmosphere of temporary escape never translates into desired privileged moments, partly because the lovers must share their nest with Aidan, one of the most gratingly obnoxious roommates ever invented. Whenever he turns up, you just want him to get lost, and matters aren't helped by Ellington, who adamantly delivers most of his inane remarks at the top of his voice, as if that's the only way he can get anyone to listen to him. It's painful.

Then there's the matter of Pattinson's opaqueness. No one could deny that the actor is very watchable, but he's also either incapable of or coy about letting anyone get inside what he's feeling. One needs to palpably feel Tyler's turmoil, which at times, particularly when his father disappoints Caroline most callously, nearly eats him alive. Tyler and Ally once or twice become physically rambunctious but never get carried away, resulting in less-than-fulsome viewer investment in their relationship.

Best known for her six seasons on "Lost," de Ravin registers well with an agreeably assertive screen presence. Beautiful in some shots and almost ordinary-looking in others, the diminutive Aussie thesp has a chameleonlike presence that calls to mind a cross between Julie Christie and Samantha Morton. Cooper nails the fear and frustration of a limited man who's already lost one significant woman in his life and senses he's about to lose another. Brosnan concisely registers the frosty and seemingly unthawable outer layer of a downtown titan.

Even if you know, or think you know, what's coming at the end, the emotional undertow is hard to resist and is of a piece with the picture's articulated philosophical position about doing all one can during one's brief moment on earth. Gotham locations are evocatively but unostentatiously used, Marcelo Zarvos' fine score stirs added emotional turbulence, and tech contributions are more than solid.

Quelle:Variety

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Re: Kritiken zum Film

Beitrag  Gast am Mi März 10, 2010 4:48 pm

!!! Grundsätzlich sooo geile Kritiken ! Das freut mich so für ihn und die gesamte Filmcrew .

Vor allem über folgende Aussagen habe ich mich ganz besonders dolle gefreut:

Twilight or no Twilight, he is here to stay as an actor.
Clint Morris has rightly said of R-Patz that this movie will turn him from a movie star to an actor.



Oder die hier:

His intimate scenes with the curvaceous Emilie de Ravin (Public Enemies) have that elusive electric tingle, their lovemaking captured sympathetically rather than bordering on the pornographic. The shower sequence is a good example. They make one of the screen’s more pleasing romantic couplings.

The scenes between Pattinson and de Ravin exude genuine charm. One wants these two to get together. They are likable without being saccharine.

Das hier macht mir voll Schiss ! Bin sooo gespannt, wie sie es darstellen:

Be warned - the shock twist at the end is a gut punch.

Thumbs up, Leute !!!

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Re: Kritiken zum Film

Beitrag  TotallyRobsessed am Do März 11, 2010 1:01 am

Ich find' das alles auch so genial!!!
Anscheinend ist jetzt eine Review-Welle ausgebrochen, deshalb werd' ich jetzt nur noch die Links posten. Das wird sonst einfach zu lang. Außerdem enthalten fast alle massive Spoiler auch bezüglich des Endes. Leider melden sich jetzt auch kritische Stimmen zu Wort wobei Rob meistens trotzdem gut wegkommt. Teilweise kann ich die Kritik nicht wirklich verstehen zum Beispiel wenn man ihm anlastet, dass seine Rolle raucht.^^ Aber lest selbst, wenn ihr wollt, ich hab' meistens nur die Kommis gelesen, weil ich nicht alles vor Kinostart wissen möchte.

Robert Pattinson channels James Dean (it was going to happen eventually)
How Many Kisses Does Robert Pattinson Get?
But after watching Pattinson in the new film “Remember Me,” I can now honestly say, I’m intrigued by this actor. He carried the movie from its shaky start to its heart wrenching conclusion.
Love, Angst, and Something Else Is in the Air
Love, Angst and Robert Pattinson in Remember Me
Memorable cast, quickly forgotten
New York Time Out Film Review
Robert Pattinson trades his fangs for James Dean's cool
Reeling Review
Remember Me dodges all the rom-com inanities
EW Movie Review
Pattinson still brooding in `Remember Me'
Remember that Robert Pattinson is more than teen heartthrob
Twilight Examiner Review
TVnz Movie Review
Some will argue Pattinson's just putting in another brooding performance a la Edward Cullen (ie slightly aloof) but that's unfair to RPatz - whose restrained screen presence gradually unpeels and reveals several layers. It's clear he's destined for a shelf life beyond the ole vamp, and thanks to de Ravin's emotionally rich performance, the pair sizzle on screen.
Outside of the Franchise, Robert Pattinson proves his chops, while Kristen Stewart does not

OK, es ist doch eher ausgewogen.
Wahrscheinlich liebt man oder hasst ihn?
Könnte am Ende liegen.
Hoffe die Überschriften helfen euch ein bisschen.

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Re: Kritiken zum Film

Beitrag  Gast am Do März 11, 2010 6:27 pm

So, da ich böses Mädchen das Drehbuch schon kenne , hab ich mir mal alle Reviews durchgelesen - Holla, die Waldfee, jetzt bin ich aber auch geschafft !

Jo, schon einiges an negativer Kritik dabei, aber ich habe es mir schlimmer vorgestellt, muss ich sagen. Vor allem Tate (Aidan) kam nicht ganz so gut dabei weg, er wurde ja schon als etwas "nervig" hingestellt .
Dafür haben sie unsere süße Ruby sehr gelobt !
Und man merkt echt mal wieder, wie verschieden doch die Geschmäcker sind. In den Reviews davor wurden Robs und Emilies Bettszenen noch gelobt, hier meinten sie teilweise, dass das nur Leute romantisch finden können, die auch eine Edward-Cullen-Federmappe besitzen ... Ey, hier geht's ab!

Tja, da müssen wir uns wohl selbst von überzeugen, was ?

Ganz doll lieb von dir, dass du das alles rausgesucht hast, Syl!!

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Re: Kritiken zum Film

Beitrag  TotallyRobsessed am Do März 11, 2010 11:40 pm

Du bist doch irre.^^
Hm ich weiß nicht... ich vermute, dass viele nicht über ihren "Twilight-Rand" hinweg sehen können.
Dafür hat er von vielen ja anscheinend eine Chance bekommen und sie auch überzeugen können.
Roger Eberts zum Beispiel scheint ja ein bekannte und angesehener Kritiker zu sein und er hat 3 von 5 Sternen gegeben, dass hat mich richtig gefreut.
Von den Kommis her scheinen auch viele das Ende nicht zu mögen. Kann ich so jetzt nicht nachvollziehen, aber es ist wohl was anderes, wenn man im Amerika lebt... bin mal gespannt was man bei uns dazu sagen wird, wenn denn mal deutsche Kritiken veröffentlicht werden...

So und hier kommt die nächte Ladung:
(viel Spaß Sarah ):

Die gute von Roger Eberts :-)
The fact is, "Remember Me" is a well-made movie. I cared about the characters. I felt for them. Liberate them from the plot's destiny, which is an anvil around their necks, and you might have something.
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Robert Pattinson moonlights in new love story 'Remember Me'
I've never been a fan of Robert Pattinson. That assessment is based on the actor's most famous role to date, the vampire Edward in the “Twilight” films. I thought he delivered wooden performances in both movies.
But after watching him in the new film “Remember Me,” I'm intrigued. He carried the movie from its shaky start to its heart-wrenching conclusion.
Film Review: Remember Me
"Remember Me" Is Beautiful And So Is Robert Pattinson
Robert Pattinson is beautiful in this film, but you didn't really need me to tell you that. After all, you’ve seen this guy before. For all you Twi-hards out there, you should know that he doesn't need to be Edward Cullen to have total sex appeal. Team Jacob will soon realize that R. Pattz proves his worth as an actor and a stud without having supernatural powers. (Ich find' das so lustig. xD)
I just hope that Twilight haters don't stay at home because they fear they’ll be judged for seeing a movie that stars R. Pattz. This film was neither written for nor intended to reach fans of Twilight, but Remember Me might just open the eyes of those who think they aren’t impressionable. (Seh' ich auch so.^^)
Ah liest euch mal die Kommis unter der Kritik durch. <3 )
REVIEW: 'Remember Me' with Robert Pattinson and Emilie de Ravin
Review: Remember Me
Man kann's mit dem "Hass" auf das Ende auch etwas übertreiben oder?
Pretty boy pretty good

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He’ll blow your mind."
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Re: Kritiken zum Film

Beitrag  Gast am Fr März 12, 2010 5:27 pm

Jup, ich bin irre . Und solche Irren wie mich lässt du in dein Forum...

Okay, hab die letzten Reviews durch! Acuh hierfür mal wieder ein fettes DANKE an dich, Syl !

Also, Kritik #2 fand ich wirklich etwas fies!! Und jetzt meckern sie nicht nur an Robs Trink- und Rauchgewohnheiten in Film rum, sondern auch schon an seinen Haaren . Kann er doch nix für, dass die so aussehen (zumindet nicht NUR er )!

Wieder vorwiegend positiv! Auf Ruby freu ich mich mittlerweile wirklich dolle, die muss ja sooo knuffig sein .
Die Kommis unter der einen Review waren wirklich toll, anscheinend hat sie viele überzeugt, dass der Film sehenswert ist .

Ja, und dann natürlich das Ende... Ich glaube, du hast recht, Syl. Die Amis sind da wirklich empfindlich, aber wenn es ein Friede-Freude-Eierkuchen-Ende gewesen wäre, hätten die Kritiker bestimmt auch gemeckert Suspect . Wie soll man es denn da jedem recht machen *tzz* ???

Na dann, auf ein Neues !

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Re: Kritiken zum Film

Beitrag  TotallyRobsessed am Sa März 13, 2010 9:05 pm

Irgendwer hat halt immer irgendwas zu meckern.^^
Aber bei dem Script haben sie bestimmt mit Kritik gerechnet...
Ich bin nur froh, dass sich sie Kritik meistens gegen den Plot und nicht gegen die Schauspieler richtet.

Na gut, dann kommt hier die nächste Ladung xD :

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Good start
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Es ist doch erstaunlich wie weit die Meinungen auseinander gehen...
Diese Aussage trifft es am besten *find*:
Pattinson is moving up the ladder. He is so very obviously more than Edward Cullen. A real talent if everyone can put aside Twilight mania.

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