How To Be [DVD] 
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Wry British comedy starring Robert Pattinson as Art, a struggling musician and poet in his mid-20s who moves back in with his parents after finding himself in the throes of a quarter-life crisis. After reading a self-help book called 'It's Not Your Fault', Art decides to take affirmative action and enlists the help of the book's author, Dr Ellington (Powell Jones), to tackle his existential dilemmas and help him to move on in his life.
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Top Customer Reviews
The funniest bit has to be when he decides to let all his pent up anger out on the tree and lampost after a last ditch attempt to bond with his mother and father.
Nice to see that the talented Robert Pattinson still isnt allowing himself to be typecast, which could have so easily happened after Harry Potter and off of the back of Twilight.
I've seen this film at the Australian screening and it's just amazing. Robert did an awesome jov as Art the struggling 25 year old at the centre of the story. Oliver Irving is a fantastic director and I'm hoping to see more of his work.
But the film isn't just brilliant because of Rob. Co-stars Mike Pearce and Johnny White add in just enough humour to stop you feeling as sad and depressed as Rob's character Art does in the film. Johnny White especially is fantastic as the neurotic, posessive and yet ambitious Ronny (my favourite character), and his is an interesting little side story in the film.
It's a really, really good film - sad in parts, funny throughout, very well cast and well acted - and the plot is just excellent. There's also some cute special features, including some extended/alternate scenes which show the actors ad-libbing (something I always love), and a short, Making Of feature.
I'd recommend this film to ANYONE, not just fans of Robert Pattinson. Even if you aren't a fan of Twilight, give this a chance. You'll see Rob in a whole new light.
10/10, five stars, 100% amazing.
like ,strange friends .But not surprised he usually picks strange films to make can't think this made any money ,will not bother to keep next visit to Charity shop will get my copy.Not prejudiced have kept all other RP films not just Twilight but Bel ami Cosmo Remember Me Ashes etc as I do watch films again but not this one.
Festival viewings have been buzzing and Robert really is the rising star
well done to the producer Justin who has worked hard to get it off the ground, never easy but he knows how to be. The pied piper has risen to the 5th floor.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Not bad not great! doesn't ever seem to goo anywhere. The blu ray is region b and contains some extras!
It is good to see Robert Pattinson in a role pre Twilight Fame
I am an Amazon fan and a faithful client. I do want to leave positive reviews when they are deserved but I don't have enough fantasy to invent a new review every time. Read morePublished on 17 July 2013 by DejanD
A lighthearted film starring a young Robert Pattinson, playing a moody teenager searching for his way in life. Fun to see him playing his guitar.Published on 5 Mar. 2013 by georgina roper
I enjoyed this unusual coming of age drama and found it funny where it was supposed to be and worth itPublished on 27 Jan. 2013 by Mayflower