The Robert Pattinson filmography lists his work officially and the critics’ polls rank his films. Here are the facts about his roles and where you can watch them. (We will discuss more about his work in a future article.)

The Beach

The Beach is considered to be one of the greatest films of all time. It was released in 2000 and directed by Russian filmmaker, Sesso. The movie is based on the novel of the same name by British author, Alex Garland. If you’re not familiar, The Beach is about the group of friends — Alex (Garland), Jack (Pattinson), Sam (Jason Patric), and Bruno (David Thewlis) — who travel to Australia for a six-week long surfing holiday in the summer of 1961. While there, they spend a lot of their time on the beach. One day, the four friends witness a murder and decide to keep the incident a secret. As the years go by, they begin to deal with the trauma of what they saw that day. Things eventually come to a head when Jack tries to kill himself. Sam stops him and the friends work together to solve the mystery of the murder. How will this unordinary event change their lives forever?

The Beach is one of the first English-language films to be released in most countries. Most people have probably heard of this iconic movie, especially since it was adapted into a popular radio play and stage play. The Beach is often ranked among the best films of all time and, to this day, it still holds up as one of the greatest films ever made. For his performance in this movie, Pattinson won the Golden Globe and Academy Award for Best Supporting Actor. He also received a BAFTA nomination for his role as Bruno.

Mad Max: Fury Road

Mad Max: Fury Road is the fifth installment in Mad Max franchise and, at the same time, the latest movie from director, George Miller. (The first four Mad Max movies were directed by Miller.) The Mad Max movies are known for their fast-paced action scenes and scenes set in hellish post-apocalyptic landscapes. You might recognize some of the movie houses in this movie from the original Mad Max: The Road Warrior (Mad Max: Beyond Thunderdome in the U.S.). The newest Mad Max movie follows a group of people who have been left to survive in an open-world desert after a war between Immortals and a group of people they call “freeloaders.”

Mad Max: Fury Road is one of the highest-grossing movies of all time and it earned its director, George Miller, a whopping $96 million at the box office. This makes him only the third person to ever achieve this feat behind only Walt Disney and Steven Spielberg. The film also won several awards, including a Golden Globe, Academy Award for Best Makeup and Hair, and BAFTA Awards for Best Film and Actor in a Leading Role (Tom Hardy).

The Rover

The Rover is a 2013 British-American adventure film directed by Robert Buda and based on the memoir, The Hundred-Foot Journey by British author, Richard Wallis. The movie stars Mad Men’s Jon Hamm as a London advertising man who is forced to leave the city after a deadly fire at work. Now, he has to navigate the streets of Los Angeles to find work, live with his wife, and look after his son. (The movie is set in 1973 but the events take place in 2012.)

The Rover is the story of a man who decides to make the journey from London to Los Angeles in order to find work. In the film’s opening scene, Hamm makes a grand entrance as he stumbles out of a limousine. He is quickly followed by a very pregnant wife, Jennifer Garner. Together, they make their way towards a more ordinary looking house, where they will begin their new lives in Los Angeles. As the father of a young son, Hamm wants to ensure he provides his family with a better lifestyle than the one he grew up in. As the story progresses, we learn that this particular limousine driver has a bad history with women. He is having trouble connecting with someone he really wants to be with and, as a result, he is forced to make frequent trips to a sex-therapist. We also learn that he is a terrible cook and he doesn’t know how to properly clean a toilet.

The Rover premiered at the 2013 Toronto International Film Festival. It then had a limited release in theaters in early 2014 before going on to receive many critical acclaims and becoming a major box-office success. The film also earned Buda and Hamm several awards, including the Silver Bear for Best Actor and Producer at the 54th Berlin International Film Festival. Additionally, Buda was honored with the British Independent Film Award for Best Director and the movie was nominated for an Academy Award for Best Makeup and Hair. For his role as the troubled young man who undergoes therapy, Jon Hamm was nominated for a Golden Globe for Best Supporting Actor. He also won the Hollywood Critics Award for Male Star of Tomorrow and the Seattle Film Critics Award for Best Supporting Actor.

The Counselor

The Counselor is a 2013 American action thriller film directed by Ridley Scott and based on the 2008 novel of the same name by Michael Landon. The movie stars Ryan Gosling as a professional hitman tasked with eliminating an old client who has grown too powerful. His task is made more complicated by the fact that he develops feelings for the vulnerable young wife of his target. When his professional and personal lives collide, the two must join forces to succeed in their quest. (The film is also known as A Gentlemen’s Game in some countries.)

The Counselor is the story of an elite hitman who has gone rogue. He is forced to work for a former client who has grown too powerful and is now a threat to the whole of his team. As the movie opens, we see Gosling — in a stunning charcoal grey suit — walk into a fancy restaurant where a man and a woman are dining. They are, in fact, the targets of Gosling’s hitman team and they have just hired him to kill their abusive husband. As the man and woman are leaving the restaurant, the husband attacks the hitman but is quickly subdued. We later learn that this particular restaurant is, in fact, a safe-house and the rest of the team is already there, waiting for their next assignment.

The Counselor premiered at the 2013 Sundance Film Festival. The following month, it was released in theaters and became a huge critical and commercial success. It has earned Gosling several awards including the Los Angeles Film Critics Award, Chicago Film Critics Association Award, and Satellite Award for Best Actor. He also received a Golden Globe nomination for Best Actor and a BAFTA nomination for Best Actor in a Leading Role.

Eyes Wide Shut

Eyes Wide Shut is a 1999 erotic thriller film directed by Stanley Kubrick and starring Tom Cruise and Nicole Kidman. It is the classic romantic comedy that follows a wealthy New York couple vacationing in Venice, Italy for their wedding anniversary. The wife, who is eager to explore Italy, wants to hire a local guide to show them around. The couple are at first reluctant, but then decide to rent a gondola and get some privacy to enjoy their night together. In the process, they run into a sinister group of individuals who plot to blackmail, seduce, and ruin them.

Eyes Wide Shut is based on the novella of the same name by Arthur Laurents. Like the movie itself, the novella is about a wealthy New York couple, Mr. and Mrs. Jones, on their anniversary vacation in Venice. While there, the husband decides to hire a private detective to keep an eye on his wife. The couple are at first reluctant, but then decide to rent a palazzo and get some privacy to enjoy their night together. (It is also known as The Couple in the Palazzo in the U.S.) They hire a young, Italian American detective, A.J. Quart, who they believe can keep an eye on their every move. Little do they know that Quart is on the payroll of a group of international shady characters who also want to screw them over.

Eyes Wide Shut, like many of Kubrick’s films, is incredibly rich in detail. It is not only about the lavish lifestyles and beautiful locations of the upper classes, but also about the dark underbelly of decadent society. The characters in the film are both rich and poor. They are all, in a way, victims of something. The wealthy Mrs. Jones feels she has lost control of her life and she is determined to wrest it back. At the same time, the characters’ vulnerability is what makes their story so engaging.