Good Time (2017) Full Movie

Good Time
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Good Time (2017) : After a botched bank robbery lands his younger brother in prison, Connie Nikas embarks on a twisted odyssey through New York City's underworld to get his brother Nick out of jail.

Title Good Time (2017)
Release Date Aug 11, 2017
Genres , ,
Production Company Elara Pictures, Rhea Films
Production Countries United States of America
Casts Robert Pattinson, Benny Safdie, Jennifer Jason Leigh, Buddy Duress, Taliah Webster, Barkhad Abdi, Necro, Gladys Mathon, Peter Verby, Eric Paykert, Rose Gregorio
Plot Keywords new york city, prison, mentally disabled, bank robber, wheelchair, brother, on the run, hospital, violence, drugs, security guard, amusement park, one night, acid
Constantine
Constantine "Connie" Nikas
Robert Pattinson
Nikolas
Nikolas "Nick" Nikas
Benny Safdie
Corey Ellman
Corey Ellman
Jennifer Jason Leigh
Ray
Ray
Buddy Duress
Crystal
Crystal
Taliah Webster
Dash, the Park Security Guard
Dash, the Park Security Guard
Barkhad Abdi
Caliph
Caliph
Necro
Annie, Crystal's Grandmother
Annie, Crystal's Grandmother
Gladys Mathon
Peter, the Psychiatrist
Peter, the Psychiatrist
Peter Verby
Eric, the Bail Bondsman
Eric, the Bail Bondsman
Eric Paykert
Loren Ellman
Loren Ellman
Rose Gregorio
Agapia Nikas
Agapia Nikas
Saida Mansoor
Denny, the Access-A-Ride Driver (uncredited)
Denny, the Access-A-Ride Driver (uncredited)
Craig muMs Grant
Rachel, the Public Defender (uncredited)
Rachel, the Public Defender (uncredited)
Rachel Black
African Cab Driver (uncredited)
African Cab Driver (uncredited)
Souleymane Sy Savane
Bail Bondsman's Assistant
Bail Bondsman's Assistant
Astrid Corrales
6th Floor Elmhurst Police Officer (uncredited)
6th Floor Elmhurst Police Officer (uncredited)
Robert Clohessy
Elmhurst Hospital Orderly (uncredited)
Elmhurst Hospital Orderly (uncredited)
Peter Linari
Nassau County Police Officer A (uncredited)
Nassau County Police Officer A (uncredited)
Laurence Blum
Nassau County Police Officer B (uncredited)
Nassau County Police Officer B (uncredited)
Jason Harvey
NYPD Police Officer Patrick (uncredited)
NYPD Police Officer Patrick (uncredited)
Cliff Moylan
Bank Teller (uncredited)
Bank Teller (uncredited)
Evonne Walton
Uber Driver (uncredited)
Uber Driver (uncredited)
Mahadeo Shivraj
Undercover Cop (uncredited)
Undercover Cop (uncredited)
Shaun Rey
Arresting Police Officer (uncredited)
Arresting Police Officer (uncredited)
Marcos A. Gonzalez
Arresting Police Officer (uncredited)
Arresting Police Officer (uncredited)
Sebastian Bear-McClard
Trevor (uncredited)
Trevor (uncredited)
Hirakish Ranasaki
Donnie (uncredited)
Donnie (uncredited)
Maynard Nicholl
Annie's Husband, Albert (uncredited)
Annie's Husband, Albert (uncredited)
George Lee Miles
Elderly Woman in Hospital (uncredited)
Elderly Woman in Hospital (uncredited)
Dorothi Fox
Acid Buying Complainer (uncredited)
Acid Buying Complainer (uncredited)
Ben Edelman
Detective (uncredited)
Detective (uncredited)
Michael McClard
Domino's Pizza Manager (uncredited)
Domino's Pizza Manager (uncredited)
Ratnesh Dubey
Domino's Pizza Employee (uncredited)
Domino's Pizza Employee (uncredited)
Tessa O'Conner
Prostitute (uncredited)
Prostitute (uncredited)
Eloisa Santos
Investigating Pol. Officer (uncredited)
Investigating Pol. Officer (uncredited)
Bryan Seslow
Stringy Haired Man's Wife (uncredited)
Stringy Haired Man's Wife (uncredited)
Kate Halpern
Stringy Haired Man (uncredited)
Stringy Haired Man (uncredited)
Christopher Kirk
NYPD Officer Jim (uncredited)
NYPD Officer Jim (uncredited)
Jim Handley
EMT Worker #1 (uncredited)
EMT Worker #1 (uncredited)
Michael Kaufman
EMT Worker #2 (uncredited)
EMT Worker #2 (uncredited)
Goran Spadina
Mexican Woman (uncredited)
Mexican Woman (uncredited)
Leticia Ortega
Male Doctor (uncredited)
Male Doctor (uncredited)
Chris Breslin
Lewis Dodley (uncredited)
Lewis Dodley (uncredited)
Lewis Dodley
Tara Lynn Wagner (uncredited)
Tara Lynn Wagner (uncredited)
Tara Lynn Wagner
Captain (uncredited)
Captain (uncredited)
Jim Dzurenda
C.O. Jim (uncredited)
C.O. Jim (uncredited)
Roy James Wilson
C.O. Burke (uncredited)
C.O. Burke (uncredited)
Brendan M. Burke
C.O. Valdez (uncredited)
C.O. Valdez (uncredited)
Jordan Valdez
C.O. Moses (uncredited)
C.O. Moses (uncredited)
Laura Sledge
Big Homie (uncredited)
Big Homie (uncredited)
Jerome Frazier
Biggie (uncredited)
Biggie (uncredited)
Javaughn Swindell
Lil Pup (uncredited)
Lil Pup (uncredited)
Dion McBean
Jazz (uncredited)
Jazz (uncredited)
Sean Miller
The Ripper (uncredited)
The Ripper (uncredited)
Benny DeVincenzi
White Inmate (uncredited)
White Inmate (uncredited)
Joey McDevitt
Ahn (uncredited)
Ahn (uncredited)
Daniel Chung
Arcade Guy (uncredited)
Arcade Guy (uncredited)
Lucas Elliot Eberl
Arcade Guy (uncredited)
Arcade Guy (uncredited)
Edgar Morais
Arcade Guy (uncredited)
Arcade Guy (uncredited)
Afro
Arcade Guy (uncredited)
Arcade Guy (uncredited)
Azul Rodriguez
Arcade Guy (uncredited)
Arcade Guy (uncredited)
Jarvis
Arcade Guy (uncredited)
Arcade Guy (uncredited)
Mavrin Kirill
Arcade Guy (uncredited)
Arcade Guy (uncredited)
KJ Rottweiler
Arcade Guy (uncredited)
Arcade Guy (uncredited)
Michael Shershenovich
Arcade Guy (uncredited)
Arcade Guy (uncredited)
Roi Cydulkin
Arcade Guy (uncredited)
Arcade Guy (uncredited)
Terrance Williams
Epic Player (uncredited)
Epic Player (uncredited)
Kim Carter
Epic Player (uncredited)
Epic Player (uncredited)
Gianluca Cirafici
Epic Player (uncredited)
Epic Player (uncredited)
Megan Dodd
Epic Player (uncredited)
Epic Player (uncredited)
Samantha Elisafon
Epic Player (uncredited)
Epic Player (uncredited)
Melissa Gonzalez
Epic Player (uncredited)
Epic Player (uncredited)
Rodney Hankins
Epic Player (uncredited)
Epic Player (uncredited)
Carol Hoverman
Epic Player (uncredited)
Epic Player (uncredited)
Andrew Kader
Epic Player (uncredited)
Epic Player (uncredited)
Marissa Lelogeais
Epic Player (uncredited)
Epic Player (uncredited)
Michael Lorch
Epic Player (uncredited)
Epic Player (uncredited)
Michael Melendez
Epic Player (uncredited)
Epic Player (uncredited)
Christian Patane
Epic Player (uncredited)
Epic Player (uncredited)
Ari Sloan
Epic Player (uncredited)
Epic Player (uncredited)
Bakari Williams
Epic Player (uncredited)
Epic Player (uncredited)
Aubrie Therrien
Undercover Cop (uncredited)
Undercover Cop (uncredited)
Phil Cappadora
Inmate (uncredited)
Inmate (uncredited)
Jibril Goodman
Police Officer (uncredited)
Police Officer (uncredited)
Sacco Sarkis

Reviews

  • Gimly

    Never before has somebody drinking a bottle of Sprite made me wince in sympathetic pain and terror. _Final rating:★★★ - I liked it. Would personally recommend you give it a go._

  • BadChristian

    I can only assume people were joking when they told me Good Time is a good time. It most certainly is not a good time! Good Time is very uncomfortable, anger inducing, and depressing and I enjoyed every minute of it. Easily the highlight is the color palate with most scenes being lit by neon lights or the glow of a TV or a distant street light. As dark as the movie went tonally, seeing Robert Pattinson's face lit up by a neon red light is beautiful. Personal preference, but I'll watch a movie just for the neon lighting and Good Time uses it as a great counter to the dirty feel of everything else. The story was my least favorite part, but the acting, cinematography and score work so well that it didn't bother me that much. I say the acting it great, but really I mean that Robert Pattinson and Benny Safdie are great, everyone else is really just a way to move the plot forward and are fine (except Barkhad Abdi who just doesn't connect). If you've only seen Pattinson in the Twilight Saga (I'll admit that's the only time I've seen him) where no one acts and just recites lines with dead eyes, this is such a departure and he really delivers a believable and authentic performance. The story isn't perfect, it's got some pacing problems and a few "Why are they doing that?" moments, but it's a very compelling story that is just so dark and grim, but still manages to carry heart. The plot sets Pattinson as the protagonist, trying to help his mentally challenged brother after they leave home but it's really complicated whether or not you want to root for him. The ending isn't what I expected or wanted, but it is a solid ending and it works for the film. Good Time is not a movie that most people will appreciate or even want to watch if they know what it's really about, but if you can respect a fully dark and bleak film that doesn't let up it is a worthwhile film that has something to say.