By Mandi Bierly
November 19, 2009 at 08:45 PM EST

In Remember Me (in theaters March 12, 2010), Robert Pattinson plays a rebellious yet introverted college student whose relationship with his wealthy father (Pierce Brosnan) leaves something to be desired…like a real connection with someone and a direction in life. He appears to find it with a classmate (Lost‘s Emilie de Ravin), who also happens to be the daughter of a cop (Chris Cooper) who roughed him up. Would I be at all interested in seeing this if it didn’t star Pattinson? Probably not. (The dialogue also leaves something to be desired.) But if you make it to the 2:00 mark, you’ll be in, too. Pretty brave for them to save that moment until the end…

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