It confuses knowledge of genre clichés with mastery of the same lame formulas they characterize.
There’s no logic here that can’t be, and mostly isn’t, made up on the spot, a concept that will likely appeal to real-life 10 year olds but irk everyone else.
Nimrod Antal’s Herculean task is to trick his audience in making a dopey premise compelling.
George A. Romero has disowned this film, but has he even seen it?
For young girls who don’t care for politics but love Twilight, Remember Me is a 9/11 story they can truly wrap their arms around.
It boggles the mind to think that within the span of a mere three months, two new and very different films penned by Dan O’Bannon were released.