Today we will be listing “6 Movies That Will Make You Fall In Love With Robert Pattinson”. After doing the Twilight series and getting a chocolate hero image, Robert Pattinson has been working hard to make people take him seriously. There is no doubt that Robert Pattinson is one of the most versatile actors of this century. Let it be his cameo with Harry Potter or his latest project as The dark crusader of the Gotham city.
6 Movies That Will Make You Fall In Love With Robert Pattinson:
6. Remember Me
Tyler is nearly 22, but he has no idea what he wants to do with his life. He audits classes at New York University, works part-time at a bookstore, regards his successful father with contempt, and spends time nearly every day grieving his brother’s suicide by writing letters to him in a leather-bound journal.
After Tyler intercedes in a nasty street fight by pummeling the guys responsible, he ends up mouthing off to an NYPD detective, who roughs him up and arrests him. Tyler’s superficial roommate Aidan realizes the offending officer’s daughter Ally goes to NYU with them and convinces him to attempt to seduce her as karmic payback for the beat-down.
Instead, Tyler starts to fall for Ally, who like him, still grieves over the violent death of a loved one. As their romantic relationship deepens, both Tyler and Ally deal with their daddy issues and help Tyler’s 11-year-old sister Caroline with her own insecurities. Just when Tyler begins to heal, Ally discovers the truth about his connection with her father, and violence continues to threaten them happily ever after.
Language: English, Chinese
Released: 12 Mar 2010
Runtime: 113 min
Genre: Drama, Romance
Director: Allen Coulter
Writer: Will Fetters
Actors: Caitlyn Rund, Moisés Acevedo, Noel Rodriguez, Kevin P. McCarthy
Rotten Tomatoes: 27%
On the spur of the moment, twenty-eight-year-old Manhattan self-made multi-billionaire Eric Packer decides he wants to get a haircut from his regular and longtime barber across town, a difficult journey today if only because of the traffic gridlock from three high profile but vastly different events taking place in the borough, including a wandering anarchist protest, who largely use dead rats as their symbol of protest.
Through his trek, Eric, mostly taking place in his stretch limousine, meets with several business associates – some with as esoteric job titles as Head of Theory – and personal acquaintances, including his several weekly brides, Elise, a wealthy woman in her own right with whom he still has a somewhat distant relationship if only because they don’t really know each other.
The start of Eric’s day ends much differently than the end as his personal fortune largely hinges on external forces in relation to a speculative currency transaction, and as he learns that someone is trying to kill him, who and for what reason he does not know.
Country: Canada, France, Portugal, Italy
Released: 25 May 2012
Runtime: 109 min
Genre: Crime, Drama, Fantasy, Mystery, Thriller
Director: David Cronenberg
Writer: David Cronenberg (screenplay), Don DeLillo (novel)
Actors: Robert Pattinson, Sarah Gadon, Paul Giamatti, Kevin Durand
Rotten Tomatoes: 65%
4. The Rover
In a dreary future, after a global market crash, low-lives, has-beens and criminals from all over wind up in Australia. During a botched robbery, the gut-shot, simple-minded Rey is left behind by his brother. Unfortunately, the robbers make the mistake of stealing a car belonging to Eric, and he wants it back.
Eric rescues Rey, planning to use him to find the robbers, and they hit the road. They travel through a desolate, baking-hot, dusty land filled with strange refugees and odd characters, with death and violence lurking at every stop.
Eventually, Rey will have to face his brother, Henry, and decide which side he’s on. And Eric will have to decide how many lives are worth whatever is in his car.
Language: English, Chinese
Released: 20 June 2014
Runtime: 103 min
Genre: Action, Crime, Drama, Sci-Fi
Director: David Michôd
Writer: David Michôd, David Michôd (based on a story by), Joel Edgerton (based on a story by)
Actors: Guy Pearce, Chan Kien, Tek Kong Lim, Tawanda Manyimo
Rotten Tomatoes: 66%
3. Maps to the Stars
A limo driver picks up a fare, and MAPS TO THE STARS are set in motion. The passenger is Agatha, a mysterious young woman with many visible burnt scars; she name-drops a connection to Carrie Fisher and hints at a back story over a burnt lot. Meanwhile, a movie star battling the pressures of aging craves a role her mother originated — never mind that she has her own troubled history with her and her memory.
And a young actor, Benjie, is fresh out of rehab but can’t manage his demons, some of which actually may be ghostly, and his mother is as stagey and unstable as they come. Even his father, a self-help guru, appears to be skating on the edge of stability.
Released: 27 Feb 2015
Runtime: 111 min
Genre: Comedy, Drama
Director: David Cronenberg
Writer: Bruce Wagner (screenplay)
Actors: Julianne Moore, Mia Wasikowska, John Cusack, Evan Bird
Rotten Tomatoes: 61%
2. Good Time
Connie Nikas forcibly removes his developmentally disabled brother Nick from a therapy session. The two robbed a New York City bank for $65,000. In the getaway car, a dye pack explodes in a money bag, causing the driver to crash.
Connie and Nick flee on foot, washing the dye from their clothes in a restaurant restroom. Stopped by police, Nick panics, and runs; Nick is arrested while Connie escapes. Connie attempts to secure a bail bond but needs $10,000 more to get Nick out of jail.
He convinces his girlfriend, Corey, to pay with her mother’s credit cards, but her mother cancels the cards. Connie learns that Nick has been hospitalized after a fight with an inmate.
Released: 25 Aug 2017
Runtime: 102 min
Genre: Crime, Drama, Thriller
Director: Benny Safdie, Josh Safdie
Writer: Ronald Bronstein, Josh Safdie
Actors: Robert Pattinson, Benny Safdie, Buddy Duress, Taliah Webster
Rotten Tomatoes: 92%
1. The Lighthouse
In The Lighthouse, Ephraim Winslow arrives for work as an assistant lighthouse keeper, working under salty old seaman Thomas Wake. It’s the 1890s, the work is hard, and the weather is wet and gray.
Wake treats Winslow without mercy during the day, but at night, he talks to him and tries to ply him with liquor, to loosen him up. At first, Winslow won’t drink, but before long he starts to indulge. Soon, strange things begin to happen.
Winslow crosses paths with a malevolent seagull, promising bad omens. He has visions of squirming tentacles and a mermaid on the beach. A seemingly never-ending storm begins to rage, and Winslow becomes obsessed with finding out why Wake never lets anyone into the locked upper lighthouse beacon.
Released: 01 Nov 2019
Runtime: 109 min
Genre: Drama, Fantasy, Horror, Mystery
Director: Robert Eggers
Writer: Robert Eggers, Max Eggers
Actors: Robert Pattinson, Willem Dafoe, Valeriia Karaman, Logan Hawkes
Rotten Tomatoes: 90%
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