payton’s review published on Letterboxd:
I realized I have not seen much of Robert Pattinson's work other than the first Twilight (that was really enough for me from that series) so I decided to watch this one. I saw it was A24 and honestly that was all I needed to be convinced.
Pattinson's acting was phenomenal, somehow he managed to be the protagonist and antagonist at the same time. The entire film created such a convincing "on the run" story, making the viewer unsure what lengths the main character would go to for his brother. While Pattinson's character felt as though he was acting out of love, I believe most of his motives were far too self serving for him to actually be concerned for his brother’s release from police custody.
Good Time gave me intense anxiety at times with its unstable main character and often unpredictable plot; however, I still had a good time watching it.