Hello fellow Timothy Olyphant fans! It is a gorgeous almost spring day here. The time change has hit me hard. I hope everyone is adjusting to it better than myself. Losing an hour just plays havoc with my sleep clock.
Spring is almost here and things are beginning to turn green where I live. It has been an amazingly warm February here. One day it was 90 degrees! Unbelievable.
It is a brand new year! I hope everyone is having a wonderful 2017 so far. I for one am happy to see 2016 go. It wasn’t a particularly good year for me. But 2017 is looking to be better.
Timothy Olyphant will be returning to the small screen on Friday, February 3rd on Netflix. His new show “Santa Clarita Diet” is receiving a lot of buzz as new details are coming out about the premise.
By Penny Clift
By Penny Clift
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If you have just recently discovered a love of Timothy Olyphant, then you will want to check out some of his movies. Olyphant is known for his quirky characters and choice of offbeat movies.
The movie “High Life” features Olyphant in a much different role than that of Raylan Givens. He plays the role of Dick, an ex con trying to put his life back together. His plans go off the rails when his sociopath former cellmate, Bug (Stephen Eric McIntyre),, shows up. His antics result in Dick losing his job as a hospital janitor.
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The year is 1983. ATM machines are just being introduced. This inspires Dick to hatch a plan to rob one of the new machines. He enlists the help of Donnie (Joe Anderson) and Billy (Rossif Sutherland). Together the four hatch a plot.
Dick tells them the money will set them free. He insists there will be no violence.
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Dick’s plans go horribly awry during the commission of the crime. His partners prove to be out of control and things quickly spin tragically yet hilariously out of control.
The movie is dark and funny at the same time. Olyphant gives a remarkable performance as the troubled Dick, an ex con who only wants a better life.
McIntyre is hysterical as the psycho, Bug. Olyphant’s frustration in trying to deal with his unmanageable crew is a delight to watch.
So, if you find yourself with nothing to do one summer evening, give “High Life” a look. You won’t be disappointed.
Let us know what you think of the movie in the comments.