Constantine Nikas (Robert Pattinson) lands himself in hot water when his younger brother Nick (Ben Safdie) gets thrown in prison after their attempt at robbing a bank goes south. Constantine then embarks on a desperate journey through New York City in order to get his brother out of jail by any means necessary, and he finds trouble along the way as he goes deeper and deeper into the city's chaotic and violent underbelly. Brothers Ben and Josh Safdie team up to direct this crime drama that they act in and co-wrote, respectively. Jennifer Jason Leigh, Barkhad Abdi, and Buddy Duress co-star.
Audio commentary with directors Josh and Benny Safdie, producer Sebastina Bear-McClard, actress Taliah Lennice Webster, and actor Buddy Duress
The Pure and the Damned: Good Time
Robert PattinsonConnie Nikas
Ben SafdieNick Nikas
Jennifer Jason LeighCorey Ellman
Rose GregorioLoren Ellman
Robert ClohessyThe 6th Floor Elmhurst NYPD Police Officer
Watched this in theaters and had to pick it up on Blu-Ray. If you've only seen Robert Pattinson in Twilight give this one a shot to see him be in a movie he actually wants to be in. Super tense and well made, its literally a Good Time watching this movie.