High Life Reviews
Seems like it is trying to say something but never manages to do so.
Do not fulfill others expectations -stay true to yourself
High Life. This movie clearly did not resonate well with much of your audience, but it could have. Forget the low budget, who cares. It is the message that will remain in the minds and hearts of your audience. When you develop your energetic vibrations and connections with every person in the audience you will have arrived as an actor. I commend Robert Pattinson for his efforts and determination not to be swayed by outside influences. I speak two languages. The first is universal energy and the second is English. In the movie High life- Robert Pattinson is obviously beginning to own the language of the universe. There is a much faster way to accomplish this and reach everyone in your viewing audience. Everyone understands universal energy (they just don't know they do) Your audience will get what you are delivering on a lasting energetic level through your artistry. I have viewed many of Robert Pattinson past movies and I see the slow process he is going through trying to grasp the language of universal energy. Exptamircle.
The day the inmates took over the asylum. I prefer Don't Look in the Basement to this- the payoff was better.
Still it's good to see Pattinson, Binoche and Mia Goth do something different.
If you don't have a good attention span, find actual mature content difficult or off-putting, or just like formulaic/easy movies, you might not like this film.
When I was watching it, I felt so boring and it almost made me fell asleep. After ten minutes passed, no improvements. So, I skipped some more minutes. Twenty minutes to be exact. But it's still boring. I gave it one more chance. I skipped ten minutes again. Sadly, no improvements. Hence, I stopped watching.
I don't know about others. As for me, this film is so terrible and so, it's not worth to watch. Not even once.
Soooo boring! Well, I anticipated it somewhat by the same nature of where the... action is been set: A deep space vecel with a destination of no return, a black hole. The target is to harness the immense power of the black hole for the benefit of mankind. Also, obviously there is another goal, to reproduce people in the radioactive environment of the spaceship. But years go by and no kid grows up there. Partly because women passenger doesn't want to. This is the first question mark: Why?
As time goes by passengers go violent and/or crazy, and die or get murdered one by one. Typical. And there is no explanation of what they think, or how they feel, because almost no one actually speaks, except for the weird witch fertility doctor and Patisson. Eventually, a healthy is born by the sperm by our hero. Then the doctroress suicides and the remaining passengers die or get murdered. Without much explanation.
Thereafter, Patisson grows the baby girl on his own. The girl grows up and has become a beautiful lady when they reach their destination, the black hole. And what they do? They ride a small spaceship and dive into the black hole! Or they maybe orbit the event horizon. How knows!? And no f...ng experiment on the black hole takes place, neither is any indication of there was such orders to the passengers, or some automatic procedure to be performed by the spaceship itself. WTF!??
Movie concludes with a bizarre (and of course, completely unexplained and incomprehensible) end scene of the father and his daughter.
Oh well, a very moody song by Tindersticks follows. That's all that I got from a 100 minute boredom.
No, it's Solaris by a mile. Avoid it.