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Robert Pattinson Acts, Doesn't Sparkle

By TK Burton | Trailers | November 20, 2009 |

By TK Burton | Trailers | November 20, 2009 |


It is likely no coincidence that this trailer is being released on the same day as the new Twilight film, New Moon (look for Dustin’s review later today). It stars sparkly-superhunk Robert Pattinson as a tortured artsy-type who is misunderstood by his father and the man in general.

It also … doesn’t look that bad.

I’m of two minds when it comes to the Twilight folks. I’ve said before that I think that Kristen Stewart has some potential as an actress, and perhaps the same is true of Pattinson. Twilight, in addition to being a painfully insipid and pathetic romance that shits all over the vampire mythos, appears to be guilty of the same crimes that the new Star Wars trilogy was — that is to say, somehow coaxing truly awful performances out of its actors.

Regardless, here’s the trailer for Remember Me, the new Pattinson film. It’s one of those kid-from-the-wrong-side-of-the-tracks flicks, starring the adorably delightful Emilie De Ravin (“Lost”) as the love interest. But it also stars Pierce Brosnan being all American-like, and perhaps most importantly, Chris Cooper. Chris Cooper is really what sells me — I’ll see anything with him in it. It’s directed by Allen Coulter, who directed the flawed but nonetheless underrated Hollywoodland. So check it out and you tell me: Is Pattinson doomed forever to sparkletardness, or does the boy have some promise?


Remember Me in HD

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Boy still needs to learn to lay off the product, though.



TK Burton is the Editorial Director. You may email him here or follow him on Twitter.



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