Robert is strongly resonated with movie lovers through his roles from Twilight to The Batman, but what are the critics’ favorite roles?
Matt Reeves‘ The Batman introduced Robert Pattinson to the world of cinema as the next caped crusader. Pattinson has been in more than a few high-profile films and roles prior to his recent rise to prominence. In the Twilight film series which is adapted from a self-titled novel, he made a name for himself as the seductive vampire Edward Cullen.
The Rover (2014) — 67%
The Rover is a film that encompasses a range of topics, from dystopian realism to Western motifs, as well as lots of drama. It is set in Australia in the aftermath of a worldwide economic meltdown. Pattinson plays Reynolds, a naïve young guy who is guarded by people around him.
After a botched burglary, a former soldier called Eric (Guy Pierce) embarks on a wild goose chase across Australia’s lawless wilderness. He is compelled to bring Reynolds along as a result of his injuries sustained during the heist.
Damsel (2018) — 68%
Mia Wasikowska and Robert Pattinson co-starred in the 2018 Western comedy Damsel. Certain reviews lauded the film’s usage of Western themes interwoven with odd humor. However, others thought the tale was a touch too slow-moving.
The film takes fans on a surreal journey that begins with Samuel (Pattinson) preparing to propose to his life partner. He hires an inebriated officiant but is subsequently challenged by a guy who is trying to assassinate him. In actuality, his sweetheart has been abducted, and he wants to find a way to free her.
Tenet (2020) — 69%
Tenet, Pattinson‘s latest picture, has the film industry buzzing and has been dubbed one of the year’s top action/thriller flicks. Pattinson co-stars in one of the film’s lead parts opposite John David Washington as an unnamed character. Critics have lauded the films as extravagant, mind-boggling, and flawless in their distortion of reality.
With the assistance of Neil, a secret agent—the Protagonist— embarks on a perilous and time-altering mission to avert a probable World War III. Naturally, the film has garnered similarities to filmmaker Christopher Nolan‘s past works in terms of its use of time and reality alteration.
The King (2019) — 70%
The King sparked a social media frenzy with the publication of the trailer and film, which stars Timothée Chalamant as Henry, Prince of Wales. Pattinson also appears in a supporting role as Louis, the Dauphin, in the epic historical romantic war drama.
Henry is thrust into the role of king, yet ill-prepared and unable to cope with the complexities of politics, war, and his own personal past. Henry’s ready adversary is the Dauphin, who mocks his monarchical reign. The film is centered on Henry’s determination to go to war against France and Louis.
High Life (2018) — 82%
Pattinson starred as Monte in the 2018 sci-fi horror thriller High Life. Critics praised the film’s stunning graphics, as well as its dark and thought-provoking plot, which raises concerns about human development and our place in the universe.
A gang of inmates and a doctor are confined aboard a ship. The doctor plans to employ artificial insemination on the inmates as a test subject. The story follows Monte and the rest of the team as they take part in a risky expedition and an experimental project.
The Batman (2022) – 85%
Few fans desired for Robert Pattinson to take on the title role in The Batman. When it comes to Robert Pattinson, the first image that springs to the audience’s mind is his role as Edward Cullen in the Twilight saga, but he demonstrated in this film that he is beyond that. Pattinson reimagined Batman as a cynical misfit who doesn’t give a damn about his legacy.
Rather than that, Pattinson portrayed Batman as a vengeful force. It is a testament to the actor’s versatility that he utilized this to create a more substantial character transformation in Batman than in any previous film. The film was dubbed a gritty noir by critics and Batman’s most ambitious live-action adventure to date.
“The Lost City Of Z”
(2016) — 86%
Pattinson appeared in the biographical adventure film The Lost City of Z with Tom Holland, Charlie Hunnam, and Sienna Miller. The story centers on Hunnam’s character as he embarks on a survey trip across Bolivia and Brazil.
There, he meets Corporal Costin (Pattinson), an Amazon rain forest expert who joins the quest to establish the existence of the eponymous city, a sophisticated civilization that experts say does not exist.
Harry Potter And The Goblet Of Fire
(2005) — 88%
In 2005, Robert Pattinson played Cedric Diggory in Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire. Fans appreciated the role for his endearing charm and wonderful heart, and they mourned at his heart-rending demise.
Cedric joins the Triwizard Tournament as the Hufflepuff representative. He is well-liked by his classmates and forms a tenuous relationship with Harry. They won the competition and reached the cup, only to find out that it is a Portkey to Voldemort’s enchantment trap.
The Lighthouse (2019) — 90%
The Lighthouse, a psychological thriller co-starring Willem Defoe, is one of Robert Pattinson‘s better films and demonstrates his ability to make largely fascinating and difficult post-Twilight choices. The black-and-white film has been lauded for its darkness, suspense, and eerie atmosphere.
Pattinson and Defoe act as two lighthouse keepers who begin to lose their minds after being trapped by a deadly storm. It offers a straightforward yet dramatic setting that accentuates The Lighthouse‘s psychological components.
Good Time (2017) — 92%
The 2017 picture Good Time holds the top spot among Pattinson‘s highest-ranking role. Viewers will be taken on a roller coaster of tremendous emotions, poor choices, and doing what his family needs. Pattinson stars as “Connie” Nikas.
Connie is responsible for his mentally impaired brother, but she is underqualified for the task. He devises a plan to heist a bank, which goes horribly wrong and puts him and his brother in prison. Bail money is a pressing issue for him. Connie will go to any lengths to free his brother, even breaking the law.