Are you a fan of the Twilight saga or a diehard Robert Pattinson enthusiast? If so, you may be wondering what year the movie Good Time starring Robert Pattinson was released.

Good Time is a crime drama directed by brothers Josh and Benny Safdie and starring Robert Pattinson and Jennifer Jason Leigh. The film was released in August 2017, although it initially premiered in May at the Cannes Film Festival.

The movie follows Connie Nikas (played by Robert Pattinson) who, together with his mentally disabled brother Nick (played by Benny Safdie), attempts to rob a bank to help Nick pay for his legal fees. After the robbery goes wrong, Connie is on the run from the police and must find a way to free his brother from prison.

The Making of Good Time with Robert Pattinson

Good Time was produced on a budget of just $4 million by June Pictures, a production company owned by the Safdie brothers. According to the brothers, the idea for the film came to them in the middle of the night when they were discussing how to make a movie about a man on the run with his mentally disabled brother.

The brothers had pitched the idea to Robert Pattinson in the summer of 2016. He reportedly had just two days to decide whether or not to accept the role and he said yes immediately. The movie was filmed in July 2016 and took just 25 days to complete. It was released in August 2017 and has since won numerous awards, including Best Soundtrack at the 2017 Cannes Film Festival.

Reception of Good Time

The film was met with critical acclaim upon its release. Many critics praised Robert Pattinson’s performance, calling it one of the best of his career. The New York Times declared the movie a “sneaky-smart crime thriller” and Rolling Stone praised Pattinson’s performance, calling it “mesmerizing”. The movie was also a box office success, grossing over $13 million in the US alone.

If you’re a fan of Robert Pattinson and haven’t seen Good Time, it’s definitely worth checking out. And now you know that it was released in August 2017. Enjoy!