That diagetic editing is really quite something.
Who'd have thought that R:Patz would become one of the best actors of his generation? Good Time is his film. Every scene, every line, every action he owns it like a fucking boss.
Whilst on the surface Good Time feels generic, yet the execution of such a simple take is what.makes it compelling to watch. Benny Safdie is equally astute in his role as Pattinson's disabled brother; the ending scene crushed me!
For the first time ever I'd not seen…
We fear what we don't understand, and the more we don't understand, the less we ask questions.
Alex Garland's directorial debut has the above statement running through it's veins. Caleb, a bright and prodigious young computer software coder, wins a competition to spend a week in the company of Nathan, the CEO of large technological corporation - who's idiosyncrasies aren't too far removed from those of Tony Stark's - who has been playing deus ex machina in his spare time:…