Review: ‘Remember Me’ is a Humorously Tragic Dramedy

I’d assume the majority of people treat/treated their grandparents as somewhat of an escape. They were family who you loved and cared for that had a home you could stay at whenever you wanted. So you showed face once in a while to do your due diligence in case that guest room was needed in the near future. Maybe you took them to a show, kept them company, or simply shared a meal. It’s a nice gesture—one that scores karma points on a nonexistent scale your conscience cares about anyway. Suffer through the small talk. Endure the awkward silences when pleasantries are exhausted. Check your watch, “remember” a necessary task, and stage your exit until next month’s session. In Remember Me, Vincent Seder (Steve Goldbloom) has it down to a science.

His self-absorbed buzzkill of a voiceover anchor—who fancies himself a journalist despite the
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