In theory, I should be all over the Safdie Brothers’ Good Time that premiered this morning at the 70th Festival de Cannes. It features a strong performance from the criminally underrated Robert Pattinson. The music by Oneohtrix Point Never (Daniel Lopatin) is a pumping electronic score that’s memorable almost to a fault. Visually, the Sadfie’s bring out the best in cinematographer Sean Price Williams (and likely vice versa) and they once again display their unique talent for casting non-professional actors seen in their last film, Heaven Knows What, to dramatic effect. And yet, there is something about this gritty thriller that doesn’t completely add up.