High-Rise was one of the weirder films I have watched this year, it was quite Brazil-like. But what was great about it was its soundtrack and its visuals. It didn't really matter what was happening in the film or that the plot was so strange because it was so interesting to look at. I particularly enjoyed the soundtrack, there's a great cover of SOS by ABBA thrown in there with some awesome costumes and set designs too.
If your a bit board of the constant super hero films and sequels, go and see this instead.
This film is both beautiful and grubby; it bathes your eyes but leaves a sticky residue. From the ethereal elegance of an aristocratic French fancy-dress party (costumes wrapped around warped souls), to the lithe musculature of a naked Hiddleston, to the striking image of his paint-splattered face — as if Dulux made an STD commercial — it is crammed with dreamlike (or at times nightmarish) moments.