There is probably a sizable percentage of people who hate Robert Pattinson for no good reason. The Twilight star became an intense object of affection and lust for those team Edward, and for anyone who witnessed that obsessive fandom (especially those who saw it up close), it can be off-putting even if it bears little on the person’s talents. Considering that Pattinson starred in five of the biggest movies of the last decade, he’s made some of the smartest career moves of anyone who has been suddenly thrust into superstardom: He’s now making an effort to work with talented auteurs in roles that only trade on his fame in the sense that he helps get the movies financed. Not only has he made two movies with David Cronenberg, he also starred in the David Michod film The Rover. And as for the latter, he’s excellent in it. My review of the Blu-ray of The Rover follows after the jump.