Robert Pattinson

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At its heart is a sensational central performance from Robert Pattinson

Robbie Collin
The Telegraph on Cosmopolis

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Robert Pattinson is wonderful as Henry Costin, Fawcett’s solemn, bearded, no-nonsense aide-de-camp. We barely see his eyes—they’re half hidden by small John Lennon-style glasses—but his bearing alone tells us what he’s thinking every minute.

Stephanie Zacharek, TIME
on Lost City of Z

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Robert Pattinson is charming and unctuous by turns as the narcissistic chauffeur whose loyalty can be broken in an instant.

Geoffery MacNab
The Independent on Maps To The Stars

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Pattinson brings an understated dignity to a role that might easily have been milked for cheap sentimental effects.

Scott Foundas
Variety on The Rover

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