Robert Pattinson’s all-time Best 4 Movies

Robert Pattinson’s all time Best Movies
Robert Pattinson’s all time Best Movies
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Robert Pattinson is known for his roles in the “The Twilight Saga” as the pale-skinned, ice-cold, mind-reading vampire “Edward Cullen”. Starting his film career through ‘Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire’ in 2005 Cedric Diggory, Pattinson has evolved very much and stands as a prominent figure in the face of Hollywood. Born in London, to Richard Pattinson, a car dealer importing vintage cars, and Clare Pattinson, who worked as a booker at a model agency, Robert started learning the guitar and piano at the age of four, long before he started his acting career.

Robert Pattinson’s most recognised Roles

  • The Devil All the Time – The film based on Donald Ray Pollock’s 2011 novel, casts Pattinson as a pastor, Preston Teagarden, a preacher who sexually abuses young girls. The character is one Robert’s best performance and is marked by the actor’s high pitched Southern accent, a definitive character trait the actor refused to present before the first take on set.
  • Good TimeRobert Pattinson portrayed the protagonist villain “Connie Nikas” of the 2017 American crime thriller film “Good Time”, directed by the Safdie Brothers. Connie is a bank robber who involves his mentally challenged brother in his crimes.
  • Maps to the Stars – Pattinson played the character Jerome Fontana in the movie “Maps to the Star”, limousine driver and struggling actor who wants to be a successful screenwriter. Jerome is an ambitious and sane character. An LA dreamer who would never accept his ordinary life as a limo driver. He is always waiting for the miracle change to happen in life.
  • The King – Robert Pattinson portrayed Louis (The Dauphin) in the historic romantic war drama film based on several plays of William Shakespear’s Henriad. Louis (The Dauphin) was the eighth of twelve children of King Charles 6 of France and Isabeau of Bavaria.

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