Thursday, March 11, 2010

Remember Me Soundtrack Available Now via Download





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The Remember Me Original Motion Picture Soundtrack and Original Motion Picture Score are both available NOW!

You can download the digital version via Amazon.com (links below) and i-Tunes.

It Appears that the CD version will be available on April 6th. You can pre-order it now on FYE's website. FYE.com
(thanks to aRedi for this tip)


The soundtrack album playlist is as follows:

1. Alien Lover... Luscious Jackson... 3:52
2. Play On... Kottonmouth Kings... 4:53
3. Kandles... National Skyline... 4:59
4. Soft Shoulder... Ani Difranco... 6:06
5. Have Mercy... Two Ton Boa... 5:10
6. Hanging With The Wrong Crowd... Ed Harcourt... 3:42
7. Why Did We Ever Meet... The Promise Ring... 4:05
8. You Can See Me... Supergrass... 3:38
9. Sea Of Teeth... Sparklehorse... 4:29
10. Andvari... Sigur Ros... 6:36
11. Parasol... The Sea And Cake... 5:25
12. Soul Brother... Us3... 4:00
13. Open Wide... Long Hind Legs... 3:10
14. The Sun Keeps Shining On Me... Fonda... 4:06
To preview the soundtrack, click here: Remember Me Original Motion Picture Soundtrack

The score was composed by Marcelo Zavros. For more on Zarvos, please click here: Spotlight on Marcelo Zavros
The score playlist is as follows:

1. Opening... 2:07
2. Summer... 2:11
3. I Know You Can Hear Me... 6:42
4. Tyler... 1:36
5. Angry Ride... 1:39
6. Morning Montage... 7:43
7. Wake Up Call... 2:12
8. Craig Worries... 4:11
9. Caroline... 2:18
10. Remember Me... 6:25
11. Subway Ride... 3:03
12. Don't Be A Stranger... 4:52
To preview the score, please click here: Remember Me Original Motion Picture Score

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Review - Many the Movie Guy

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"Remember Me" Movie Review! How Many Kisses Does Robert Pattinson Get?

by Manny The Movie Guy




Confession Time – I was never a fan of Robert Pattinson. I am basing that assessment on the actor’s most famous role to date, the lovelorn vampire Edward in the “Twilight” films. I thought he delivered wooden performances in both movies.

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.

Unlike his “Twilight” co-star, Taylor Lautner, Pattinson is making brave career choices. While Lautner will soon be busy working on standard thrillers like “Abduction” or sure-fire blockbusters like “Stretch Armstrong,” Pattinson will bury himself in art-house films like “Bel Ami” and “”Water for Elephants.”

Taking a cue from Johnny Depp, Pattinson peppers his resume with iconic roles such as Edward, and memorable characters like the one he played in “Remember Me.” He stars as Tyler, a rebel with a cause who has serious daddy issues.


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To read the rest of the review, please click here: Manny the Movie Guy
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Remember Me Review: Box Office

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Review - Box Office.com










Remember Me - Robert Pattinson channels James Dean (it was going to happen eventually)

by Pete Hammond


Drifting far from his Vampire mode in the Twilight films (but not too far), Robert Pattinson proves he doesn’t “suck” in a straight dramatic role and affectingly portrays a tortured young man with family issues who finds love with an equally wounded young woman in a romance underlined by past and impending tragedies. The name of Pattinson above the title will guarantee a large femme turnout for this brooding, PG13 drama, and although it’s no Rebel Without A Cause or Splendor In The Grass for a new generation, it has enough tender and genuine moments of youthful angst and romantic discovery that opening weekend figures should be sweet, word of mouth decent and a healthy afterlife on DVD assured.



Mild Spoilers
To read the rest of the review, please click here: Box Office.com



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Remember Me Review: Sun Times

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Review - SunTimes.com Roger Ebert


Remember Me



BY ROGER EBERT





"Remember Me" tells a sweet enough love story, and tries to invest it with profound meaning by linking it to a coincidence. It doesn't work that way. People meet, maybe they fall in love, maybe they don't, maybe they're happy, maybe they're sad. That's life.

The fact is, "Remember Me" is a well-made movie. I cared about the characters. I felt for them.


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To read the rest of this review, please click here: Roger Ebert at Sun Times.com

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Unofficial Remember Me Site Videos from Red Carpet

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THE TWILIGHT SAGA: ECLIPSE - Trailer

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The moment that countless Twilight fans have been waiting for has finally arrived. The full trailer for The Twilight Saga: Eclipse, featuring Robert Pattinson, Kristen Stewart, Taylor Lautner, and Dakota Fanning and others has premiered online.

In the trailer Bella is confronted with the choice that will decide which direction her life will go.

Taylor Lautner's character, Jacob Black tells Kristen Stewart's character Bella Swan: "You wouldn’t have to change for me, Bella. I’m in love with you, and I want you to pick me instead of him."

Robert Pattinson who plays Edward Cullen says to Bella: "Isabella Swan, I promise to love you every moment of forever."



Bryce Dallas Howard of course also is featured in the trailer as she is now playing the character of Victoria.

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http://www.examiner.com/x-704-Pop-Media-Examiner~y2010m3d11-Twilight-update-Eclipse-trailer-premieres-online--Pattinson-Stewart-Lautner-video