Two lost souls with troubled pasts (played by Robert Pattinson and Emlie de Ravin) find a reason for hope as they begin a friendship that turns into a romantic relationship.
Why Is Remember Me Rated PG-13?
Remember Me is rated PG-13 for some sexual content and brief strong language.
Here is additional information on sex, violence and profanity in Remember Me...
A woman is gunned down in front of her child after being mugged. Several characters are involved in a fistfight that results in bloody injuries. A man has his head kicked and smashed against a car. Prisoners exchange crude and suggestive catcalls in jail. Domestic violence includes loud shouting matches and some physical abuse that causes a bloody lip. Brief police brutality is shown. One man chokes another during an altercation. Characters suffer from grief. A child is bullied by schoolmates. A man vandalizes a school and threatens one of the children. College students repeatedly discuss their involvement in promiscuous sexual behavior. A couple engages in sexual activity (heavy breathing, passionate kissing and bare backs and shoulders are shown). The couple is also seen lying in bed together on several occasions. A female character wears semi-revealing clothing. Frequent smoking and alcohol use are shown (comments are made about the negative impact of these substances). A character throws up after becoming drunk. Other characters discuss their involvement in binge drinking and illegal drug use. The script includes profanities, two uses of an extreme sexual expletive and a strong sexual term used in a sexual context. Brief comments are made about sodomy and castration. Crude sexual innuendo and remarks are also heard.
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Canadian Movie Ratings
Canadian Home Video Rating: 14A
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Details on home video releases of Remember Me...
Release Date: 15 June 2010
Remember Me releases to DVD and Blu-ray with the following extras:
- Audio commentary by Robert Pattinson and cast
- Audio commentary by director Allen Coulter
- Featurette: The Making of Remember Me” featurette