Robert Pattinson seduces a teenager, hugs his mentally challenged brother, dyes his hair blonde, befriends a pit bull, meets the Somali pirate captain from Captain Philips, robs a bank, sells a bottle of acid and a whole bunch of other insane shit in one night during the course of Good Time. Sprinkle in some great acting from very interesting looking people, a brilliant score from Onoethrix Point Never, some kick ass cinematography and awesome costumes and set pieces. All of that adds up to a really unique experience and a showcase for the new age of The Pattinsonance
I liked this movie a lot but I also couldn’t help be a dick and never really feel for these characters because while they say they’re doing all of this for their kiddos they end up just buying ridiculous shit for themselves. They needed a goodfellas scene where Bobby D starts losing his shit over the idiots spending way too much money on frivolous stuff. But I liked most of it, I’m sure people are gonna lose their shit over J Lo stripping and I was impressed with how committed she is to this role.
I find it strange that this movie is so popular. I see 'bros' quoting it and they always have this next to Goodfellas and The Sopranos and Entourage in their collection of movies. I think a lot of people like it for the wrong reasons. They like the violence and the guns and DENIRO. But for me this is the quintessential art house film: ambiguous in it's meaning, a meandering story with no plot in sight, a protagonist that has…
What the Fuck
What the Fuck
Holy Donald Duck
Hair that's growing out of your back
Kids that say the darndest things.
Crepes. With bananas and asparagus.
Spaceships blasting 409 on a chevy nova.
Gummo is about 100 times more bizarre than what you have just read.