Good Time

Good Time
Good Time




102 minutes


Crime, Thriller



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Connie Nikas and his mentally challenged younger brother Nick make plans to rob a New York bank. But when the operation doesn't go as intended, Nick is captured by the police in the attempted getaway. Initially, Connie attempts to raise the required $10,000 bond to get his brother out on bail. However, when he learns that Nick has been moved to a hospital after an altercation with a fellow inmate, Connie spots an opportunity. Throughout the rest of the night, Connie’s efforts are focused on breaking his brother out of the complex and getting him home safely but – as with the bank robbery – nothing ever quite goes to plan for the siblings. ‘Good Time’ is a visceral, high-energy thriller with dizzy visuals, featuring an exhilarating electro soundtrack.

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15 Classification

Strong language, violence, drug misuse, sex.

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