Robert Pattinson's best movie to date is leaving Netflix this month

"Good Time" Screening - 61st BFI London Film Festival
"Good Time" Screening - 61st BFI London Film Festival / Rune Hellestad - Corbis/GettyImages

It's a new month and with it comes new releases on Netflix as well as departures. We've seen some good licensed movies and shows drop on the streaming platform this month like Horrible Bosses 2, Magic Mike's Last Dance, X, Young Sheldon season 6, My Wife and Kids seasons 1-5, The Blacklist season 10 etc. We've also seen some content leave Netflix, like Floribama Shore season 1, Prisoners, Father Stu and Goosebumps.

Unfortunately, we'll be seeing many more departures throughout the month of February. But there's one movie in particular that we're deeply saddened will be leaving the streamer soon. It's one of Robert Pattinson's best movies, if not the best, and we don't have much time left to watch it before it departs Netflix.

It's the crime thriller flick Good Time, which was directed by the creative brother duo Josh and
Benny Safdie from a screenplay that Josh co-wrote with Ronald Bronstein. You might recognize the Safdie brothers from their previous work on the crime thriller and box-office hit Uncut Gems. Bronstein had also collaborated with the Safdie brothers on this film by co-writing the script.

Ben Safdie, Robert Pattinson, Joshua Safdie, Oscar Boyson
Tribute to Robert Pattinson and "Good Time" Premiere - 43rd Deauville American Film Festival / Foc Kan/GettyImages

Good Time is an A24 movie, and if you know anything about A24, you know that they make and/or distribute amazing content. Good Time is no exception. It follows a small-time criminal named Connie Nikas, who attempts to commit a bank robbery with his mentally challenged brother but his plan goes terribly wrong. The cops manage to arrest Connie's brother and take him to jail. Now, Connie must find a way to free him while trying to evade capture.

The Batman star Robert Pattinson takes on the leading role of Connie Nikas, while Benny Safdie plays Connie's developmentally-disabled brother, Nick Nikas. Joining Pattinson and Safdie in the cast are Buddy Duress, Taliah Lennice Webster, Jennifer Jason Leigh, Barkhad Abdi, and many others.

When is Good Time leaving Netflix?

The crime thriller will be departing Netflix on Thursday, Feb. 29, 2024. This means the last day to watch this movie on Netflix is Feb. 28. So, you might want to start watching this film soon because time is flying by and it'll be Feb. 29 before you know it.

Why is Good Time leaving Netflix, you ask? Well, it all has to do with licensing rights. Netflix doesn't own this movie. It acquired streaming rights to the film for a specific time period, and now that time is up. That's why it'll be departing the streamer.

After the film leaves Netflix, you can watch it on Tubi for free. You also have the option to rent or purchase it through Amazon Video, Vudu, Google Play, and the Microsoft Store.

Check out the gripping official trailer for a sneak peek!

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