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High-Rise (2016)

“I am the architect of my own accident.”

As a precursor to the following paragraphs, readers must know that I have yet to experience author J.G. 493 more words


Movie review: High-Rise never reaches the dystopian heights it aims for


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Starring: Tom Hiddleston, Sienna Miller, Elisabeth Moss, Jeremy Irons, Luke Evans

Directed by: Ben Wheatley

Running time: 119 minutes

Ben Wheatley’s High-Rise opens with a needle being placed on a spinning vinyl record, but the camera soon pulls back to reveal something far more twisted than the straightforward retro revisionism which infused recent films like American Hustle. 347 more words


High-Rise (2015)

Never have I’ve been so confused and utterly uncertain about a movie, than I am about High-Rise. Adapted from a novel by the same name, High-Rise demonstrates gorgeous cinematography and a great soundtrack, but delivers such a baffling plot, that I can’t even pinpoint its main idea. 712 more words


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An empty exercise in style, High-Rise scrambles too many plot points making for a sprawling, nonsensical epic

Outside of the kind of rabid fanbase culture that the Marvel Cinematic Universe represents, filmmakers adapting a story should never feel the pressure to guarantee fan loyalty or stay true-blue to the original tale. 600 more words