How To Be 2008

Twenty something Art (Robert Pattinson) realises that he must take action if he's going to escape his life as a struggling musician in London.
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Twenty something Art (Robert Pattinson) realises that he must take action if he's going to escape his life as a struggling musician in London. A solution comes in the shape of a book-"It's Not Your Fault"-but Art is not content to just draw inspiration from its pages, and invites the elderly author of the book to come live with him and his parents A painfully funny journey about dysfunction, growing up and existential crises.

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  • This is a brilliant take and portrayal of a confused left of centre young man.

  • How to Be - Robert Pattinson. I don't know what else to say except its just really bad. Everything about it is bad. Thank god Pattinson has improved.

  • I really tried but after 20 mins i could'nt watch this. its hard to get into the storyline, Art looks autistic and it just makes you feel so morbid about life. Sorry Robert but it was bad! ( and this comes from a self named Twilight fanatic fan!!!! )

  • My first thought was it would be good to see Robert Pattinson in a movie other than Twilight... My second thought was 'really bad hair' and my third thought was 'really bad acting'. This is some really bad C grade indie UK movie about some strange guy (Pattinson) who hires the author of a self help book to improve his life. The description says this is a "painfully funny journey about dysfunction, growing up and existential crises". Painful is the operative word. I couldn't wait for this movie to end! I think I am being generous giving it 2 stars!

  • It cured me of my minor obsession with Robert Pattinson.

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