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Sibling Felony: LOGAN LUCKY & GOOD TIME

How funny to have two films out at the exact same moment in which siblings—mainly brothers—resort to committing felonies as a career choice. Not that the two have much in common beyond that. 1,127 more words

Reviews

"The Lost City Of Z" Movie Review

Let me start right at the ending, because “The Lost City Of Z” has the most profound final shot in a film I can recall in a long, long, long time.  429 more words

Movies

Good Time review: Robert Pattinson's latest tries to be slick, but becomes insufferable

Some films are steak; others, merely sizzle. Good Time, with a slick, frenetic artifice that quickly descends from thrilling to insufferable, is a step down from that. 406 more words

Culture

Review: Robert Pattinson Delivers His Best Performance Yet in Technically Flawed 'Good Time'

Prepare to be stressed.

RATING: ★★1/2 (out of four stars)

I have a strong love for indie films. Often time, they can have better acting and direction that big budget dramas. 453 more words

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Movie Review: Good Time

Josh and Benny Safdie’s Good Time is a breath of fresh air in an indie landscape beset by a certain suburban dullness and by a desire to conform to what is contemptuously called the “Sundance style,” a type of semi-autobiographical film that is more often than not self-indulgent, stylistically conservative and oblivious to the world around it. 831 more words

Film

Good Time

The latest psycho-drama to hit the market, Good Time, shows that Robert Pattison has more in his arsenal than just pale makeup and make-out sessions with Kristen Stewart; instead, he delivers a poignant, and often terrifying, portrayal of a manipulative criminal that ropes his brother into dire circumstances. 534 more words

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Film Review: GOOD TIME (USA 2017 ) ****

A bank robber finds himself unable to evade those who are looking for him.

Directors: Benny Safdie, Josh Safdie
Writers: Ronald Bronstein, Josh Safdie
Stars: Robert Pattinson, Benny Safdie, Taliah Webster… 694 more words