Starring: Timothy Olyphant, Stephen Eric McIntyre, Rossif Sutherland, Joe Anderson
Four hapless junkies plan to rob a bank.
High Life is one of those decently good but completely unmemorable films you can put on, do other things while watching, and still not lose the thread of the plot. It’s well-acted, but it’s pitifully ordinary, concepts from several better movies mashed together to create this innocuous hybrid. You have drug addicts deciding to be bank robbers, but without the entertainment value of Rip Torn trying to crawl though a window, and the truth is there really isn’t much more to say about it than that. This is light, brainless fare, which certainly has its place in the film marketplace, but it’s never going to be anything to write home about.