Allen Coulter is an American television and film director, credited with a number of successful television programs. He has directed two feature films, Hollywoodland, a film regarding the questionable death of George Reeves starring Adrien Brody, Diane Lane, and Ben Affleck, and 2010’s Remember Me.
Coulter was born in College Station, Texas. He went on to study theater direction at the University of Texas, after which he moved to New York to pursue his career in film. —Wikipedia
Ohh what it could have been! Great story with a good cast, but it just didn't completely come together. Upon second viewing I enjoyed it more, but I still kept wanting a little more out of every scene. If you are bored and have some time, stream it on Netflix, but don't buy the DVD.
Solid in spots, frustrating in others. All in all, the epitome of an OK movie - not great, not bad. I will agree with some other reviewers in the sense that I agree that it felt like it could have reached even greater heights, or that it would get there at any moment, but never quite makes it.