Remember Me

Synopsis: A romantic drama set in New York City during the summer of 2001, where Tyler, a rebellious young man, meets Ally through a twist of fate. Her spirit helps him heal after a family tragedy, though soon the circumstances that brought them together threaten to tear them apart.
Genre: Drama, Romance
Director(s): Allen Coulter
Production: Summit Entertainment
  4 wins & 5 nominations.
 
IMDB:
7.1
Metacritic:
40
Rotten Tomatoes:
27%
PG-13
Year:
2010
113 min
$18,242,661
Website
354 Views

I know, but it's coming.

When is it?

lt's not gonna be too much longer.

Spit your gum out. Come on. Thank you.

Oh, here comes the train!

Get behind me. Ally, stay behind me.

Just take it. Take it.

Give me your purse. Give me your purse.

-Give me the ring!

-What?

-Don't talk.

-lt's gonna be okay.

-Ally, don't look at them. No, no...

-Better not, lady.

This is the Coney lsland-bound F train.

Next stop Avenue I.

No!

Mom! Mom!

Mom! Mom! Mom!

Mom! Mom!

Mom!

Daddy!

Hello?

Fifteen minutes.

-How are you, Mom?

-You look good.

-How you doing, Les?

-Good to see you.

Thanks for the wake-up call, Maestro.

You smell like Listerine and beer.

You couldn't wear a tie?

l could have.

This is nice. Michael would like

that we still do this.

Did you tell Tyler what your art teacher said

about your portrait?

Mom!

Tell him!

She said l captured the moment

like a young James Whistler.

Well, at least

it's a young James Whistler,

because, God, l mean, Whistler,

he fell off in the latter half of his career.

He is the Boyz ll Men

of European art history.

She recommended your sister

to Steinhardt's Summer Art lntensive,

-and that's hugely prestigious.

-lt's fantastic.

lt's great.

l'm going to do a drawing called

"My Brother and His Favorite Cigarette."

And, since l'd be the youngest person ever,

practically, to be studying there...

Tyler,

would you please pass the sugar?

She still has a couple of minutes left

on the clock, Dad.

Just a couple of seconds.

Caroline's perfectly capable of speaking up

if she's feeling slighted in any way.

Have l slighted you in any way, Caroline?

l'm fine.

-l didn't mean to change the subject.

-What was the subject?

Excuse me?

The subject we were discussing.

What was it?

Now is not the time for your heroics, Tyler.

Actually, now is the perfect time.

-All right. l gotta go.

-Tyler.

Caroline, do you want me

to take you anywhere?

-l'm okay. l'll stay with Mom.

-All right. l'll see you soon.

The sugar.

Eat something.

Gandhi said that

whatever you do in Iife wiII be insignificant,

but it's very important that you do it.

I tend to agree with the first part.

MichaeI, you know what day I'm staring at.

By 22, Gandhi had three kids,

Mozart, 30 symphonies,

and Buddy HoIIy was dead.

You once told me,

"Our fingerprints don't fade

from the lives we touch."

Is that true for everybody?

Or was that just poetic bullshit?

l sold your girlfriend a toothbrush.

-You sold my who? What?

-You know, your girlfriend.

That voluptuous,

delightfully oblivious little blonde

you left in your bed yesterday?

-Yeah.

-Yeah, l sold her a toothbrush.

l got three bucks.

-Congratulations.

-Yeah, are in order.

'Cause that sale inspired

our newest business venture.

The S.L.U.T.

lt's a Single Lady's Universal Tote.

lt's a one-night-stand travel pack

for women. You know?

We throw in makeup and toiletries,

a cell phone charger, cab numbers...

We retail it for $1 9.95.

Maybe we'd do an infomercial.

Do you think women will buy this

with actual money?

Okay. Yeah.

You know what? Fine. Be cynical.

But think about it, at one point in history,

two people had a conversation,

a lot like this one, about the light bulb.

One went on to fame and fortune,

the other probably went to work

at Mickey D's or something.

ln the wake of recent terrorist attacks,

do you guys think there's a place

for a discussion about ethics

when we're talking about

the root causes of terrorism?

Wasn't it a moral question,

not an ethical one?

-How so?

-Well, morals define personal character.

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