Robert Pattinson's infamous drama is now available to watch on Prime Video

Remember Me spoilers follow.

Robert Pattinson's infamous drama Remember Me is now available to watch on Prime Video.

Directed by Allen Coulter, the 2010 romance centred around Tyler (Pattinson), who begins a relationship with Ally (Once Upon a Time's Emilie de Ravin) following a family tragedy.

"Her warmth and spirit soon begin to heal him, and they fall in love. But just when Tyler begins to rediscover happiness and meaning in his life, emerging secrets threaten their romance," reads the official synopsis for the film.

Upon its release, Remember Me received mostly negative reviews from critics and fans alike, who disliked the film's "demented" ending. If you don't want to know the ending, look away now.

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The closing moments of the film saw Tyler go to meet his dad (Mamma Mia's Pierce Brosnan) in a New York City high-rise, which is later revealed to be one of the Twin Towers on September 11, 2001.

Moments after Tyler's tragic death, the character can be heard in a chilling voiceover, which one reviewer branded as "mildly infuriating".

If the film's twists and turns sound like your cup of tea, you can now get your romance fix on Amazon's popular streaming service.

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If you're new, or haven't had a Prime membership for a full year, you can get a 30-day free trial of the full Prime service (not just Prime Video) directly from Amazon.

Pricing in the UK is £8.99 per month or £95 per year, and in the US it's $14.99 per month or $139 per year. To get the premium ad-free service, you'll pay an extra £2.99/$2.99 per month.

As well as Remember Me, the streamer boasts a number of this year's most-anticipated film releases, including The Hunger Games: The Ballad of Songbirds and Snakes, The Idea of You, Anatomy of a Fall, The Zone of Interest and American Fiction.

Remember Me is available to watch now on Prime Video.

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