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The Batman Release: Robert Pattinson’s Top Ten Films

And there is no mention of Twilight!

The Batman is officially out tomorrow (Friday 4th) and the reboot has already attracted a high level of praise from critics.

What’s more, it seems that this caped crusader instalment is currently the highest-rated film of Robert Pattinson’s career – earning a whopping 9.3 out of 10 rating  on IMDb so far. 

With this in mind, the team at Betway have gone through IMDb to rank and reveal the star’s highest rated films – and surprise surprise, not one of the Twilight films appear in the top 10…

  1. Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire (2005) – 7.7/10 stars – voted by 600k users 
Credit: @cedric_diggory.hufflepuff

Forget Ed in Twilight – remember when he first established himself as  a teen heartthrob in the fourth Harry Potter film? Playing the role of the one and only Cedric Diggory, Pattinson stole every scene with his stellar acting and not to mention shiny brown locks. 

  1. Tenet (2020) – 7.4/10 stars – voted by 455k users 
Credit: @c0ldclips

When we look back on the most iconic films of 2020, Tenet is most definitely on the list. In this flick, Pattinson takes on a mission to fight for the survival of the world. Despite all the action and adrenaline, he remains cool as a cucumber throughout the entire film, which is the Robert Pattinson vibe we all know and love. 

  1. The Lighthouse (2019) – 7.4/10 stars – voted by 190k users 
Credit: @c0ldclips 

It’s safe to say that Pattinson fully went for it in his role as Thomas Howard in 2019 art house film, The Lighthouse. The film is set at an intense pace, and Rob effortlessly brings his character to life with his thick skin and main character energy. 

  1. Good Time (2017) – 7.3/10 stars – voted by 112k users 
Credit: @launchdarwin

Good Time is a Robert Pattinson film like no other, and one that is highly acclaimed. The star plays the role of Connie Nikas, who goes on a dangerous journey through New York City’s underworld to get his brother out of jail. Move over Bella Swan, it seems that Pattinson has got other priorities! 

  1. Remember Me (2010) – 7.1/10 stars – voted by 144k users 
Credit: @remembermemovie

There are tear-jerkers and there are tear-jerkers. Set in the summer of 2001, Remember Me is a story of love, loss and healing. Rob here plays the role of Tyler, a rebellious young man who crosses paths with Ally, whose spirit helps him to process a family tragedy. 

  1. The Devil All The Time (2020) – 7.1/10 stars – voted by 123k users 
Credit: @thedevilallthetime_

Robert Pattinson playing a Reverend? We love to see it! In this gritty 2020 crime drama, the actor stars as Preston Teagardin, a corrupt preacher and one of the film’s main antagonists. Plus, Pattinson surprised fans with his high-pitched Southern accent in this film – talk about range!

  1. Water for Elephants (2011) – 6.9/10 stars – voted by 115k users 
Credit: @waterforelephants_

Let’s be honest, we were all pining for Robert and Reese to get together in 2011 following her undeniable chemistry in Water for Elephants. In yet another romance, Pattinson plays a former veterinary student who takes a job in a travelling circus – the scandalous catch is that he falls in love with the ringmaster’s wife! 

  1. The Lost City of Z (2016) – 6.6/10 stars – voted by 87k users 
Credit: @lostcityofzmovie

From a wizard to a vampire, it seems that Pattinson is comfortable playing just about anything in film. So of course it should come as no surprise that he took up the role of explorer, Henry Costin in the true-life drama, The Lost City of Z. 

  1. The Rover (2014) – 6.4/10 stars –  voted by 47k users  
Credit: @2001cinemalover

Short haired Robert Pattinson is truly a sight for the eyes, and is (arguably) one of the reasons why 2014 crime drama The Rover was so successful. In this dystopian Western drama, drifter Guy Pearce (Eric) forms an unlikely alliance with Robert Pattinson (Rey) to hunt down a gang. 

  1. Little Ashes (2008) – 6.4/10 stars – voted by 9.1k users 
Credit: @themoviesofrobertpattinson

Set in 1922, Little Ashes follows the life and loves of an artist, filmmaker and writer. Obviously, the artist Salvador Dali is played by no other than Rob himself, and can we just talk about his moustache in this film? 


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