Robert Pattinson turns 36: these are his best movies


The actor who has just become Batman thanks to the latest Matt Reeves movie has other great titles in his repertoire. We tell you what they are and where to see them.

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Just like in 2008 Robert Pattinson lived its first golden age hand in hand with the beginning of the saga Twilightwhich headed with Kristen Stewartthis year he had to go through a similar sensation thanks to the new film by Batman directed by Matt Reeves. Of course, he did much more in his career, so we took advantage of his 36th birthday to tell you about four titles that stand out from his resume and where to see them.

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4 – The Lighthouse

Directed by Robert Eggers after having made The Witch, this production was headed by Pattinson and Willem Dafoe. Within the genre of psychological terror, it focuses on two sailors who must take care of a lighthouse in a lost part of the world, which little by little plunges them into madness. you can see it in Star+.

3-Good Time

Beside Jennifer Jason Leigh and Bennie Safdie, Pattinson stars in this film that, for many, is the best he did in his career. It is about a frustrated robbery that makes the younger brother of Constantine (Pattinson) end up in prison. So, Constantine will do everything possible to get the money necessary to pay your bail and set you free. This movie is not on any legal platform streaming.

2 – Tenet

Despite the criticism, it is fair to say that the technical deployment of Tenet it is worth being highlighted. A story in which time flows back and forth, and technology allows it to be controlled, where humanity is at risk from a tycoon who wants to destroy everything. John David Washington heads this film with Robert Pattinson and you can see it in hbo max.

1 – The devil at all hours

Currently focused on The Staircasethe new series of hbo maxa Anthony Fields we met him thanks to the dark story of The devil at all hours. Starring Tom Holland, Bill Skarsgard and Robert Pattinson, focuses on a small North American town where the war has left its aftermath and where the only way out is violence. you find it in Netflix.

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