The High Cost of Living Trailer: Zach Braff Unleashes His Inner Bonebag

By Dustin Rowles | Trailers | April 22, 2011 | Comments ()

By Dustin Rowles | Trailers | April 22, 2011 |


We haven't seen much of Zach Braff since the end of "Scrubs" and since his two post-Garden State films, The Ex and The Last Kiss failed to propel him to a feature movie player. He's now back in a decidedly un-Braffian role, playing the lead in The High Cost of Living, a dreary-looking low-budget Canadian film about a man who hits-and-runs a pregnant lady. Feeling guilty, he goes out of his way to make nice with the pregnant woman, who doesn't know he was the driver, and ... well, you can envision every beat of this film, since it's right out of the rom-com handbook, only the tone and tenor is turned on its head.

Still, I can't hate on Braff, so it's nice to see the guy in films again, even those that will receive only a token theatrical release on May 13. It's already on VOD, if you can find it.

The High Cost of Living - Trailer from Andrew Noble on Vimeo.

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