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 Pattinson’s Artful Leanings: Five Favorite Films

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PostSubject: Pattinson’s Artful Leanings: Five Favorite Films   Tue Nov 18, 2008 9:52 pm

RottenTomatoes.com asked Robert to share his thoughts on five of his favorite films.

'But there’s more than Tiger Beat fodder to the 22-year-old actor; after the Twilight frenzy
peaks this week (with fans and Summit Entertainment suits crossing
their fingers for a breakout box office to justify a multi-sequel
franchise) Pattinson will appear next March as a young Salvador Dali in
Little Ashes (click for images)– a gay drama-romance that might test the ardor of Pattinson’s Twilight fan base — and the indie outsider pic How to Be, which will likely pick up distribution in the wake of Twilight.
Pattinson’s artful leanings came out in a conversation with Rotten
Tomatoes about his favorite films of all time, which span such
cinematic luminaries as Jack Nicholson, Jean-Luc Godard, and…Chris
Kattan?

The films that I like aren’t necessarily because they’re good films in themselves — One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest is a good film — but that one specifically meant a lot to me.
The Exorcist, because I love Linda Blair. [Laughs] She’s my ideal woman.
What else do I like? A Godard film called Prenom Carmen, which sounds like I’m just saying that to be cool, but it’s actually one of my favorite films.
Corky Romano. I love that film. Literally, that’s one of
the only films I’ve pissed my pants at. Like, I actually pissed my
pants. — I love how Chris Kattan just stripped his whole career in one
movie. The only guy off Saturday Night Live who just messed it up! It’s like, what happened? The only guy. That’s why I think it’s so great.
A film called ivan’s xtc. It’s a Danny Huston
film. That’s what I’ve been watching obsessively recently. It’s
amazing; Danny Huston should have gotten nominated for an Oscar for it.'


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