We hope we'll get to see the movie GOOD TIME really soon, because these wonderful REVIEWS are making us more and more excited and proud.
REWIND CINEMA: The performances in this film are nothing short of amazing. Pattinson forces you to love him and hate him at the same time, keeping you on the edge of your seat while he tries to find anyway possible to free his brother. Source: https://rewindcinema.com/2017/08/16/good-time/
KEITH LOVES MOVIES: Robert Pattinson has slowly but surely proven that he can act. He has shown a good amount of his chops in films such as Maps to the Stars and The Lost City of Z but we have never seen him quite in the light we do here. His performance is absolutely haunting (This is the first time I have seen him truly get into a character and I loved every second of it). All things considered, you should not be rooting for his character due to the fact that he is the one that got his brother into this mess in the first place. However, the combination of the Safdie brothers’ intimate direction and the layers in Pattinson’s performance lead to you rooting for the character anyways, when you really shouldn’t be… Or should you? Source: https://keithlovesmovies.com/2017/08/16/good-time-an-emotional-crushing-time-guest-review/
NOW TORONTO: There’s been a lot of virtual ink spilled on Robert Pattinson’s performance in Good Time, the new indie venture from director brothers Josh and Ben Safdie. And I guess there ought to be; he’s terrific. It’s just weird that people seem to be treating it as his first great performance – did no one see The Lost City Of Z? Oh, right. (It’s on disc now. Check it out.) Anyway, about Good Time. Pattinson’s performance is indeed flawless, and the breathless thriller built around it is pretty fantastic too. Source: https://nowtoronto.com/movies/reviews/robert-pattinson-is-flawless-in-good-time/#.WZS-_36jQrc.twitter
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