Good Time is a weird, anxiety-filled adrenaline rush of neon backdrops and synthy tones. It grabs you by the scruff of your neck and jerks you around the anti-glamorous world with intriguing pace. Pattinson improvises and imposes himself on the denizens of lower-class boroughs. He uses any slight instance to nimbly crowbar his way into various hiding places and pry his way out of tight spots with clever maneuvers. He is constantly looking over his shoulder in a believable and crackling atmosphere that the Safdi brothers have created with a strong sense of weight and consequence.