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Infinite

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5.41 h 46 min2021X-RayHDRUHD12
Evan (Mark Wahlberg) is haunted by skills he has never learned and memories of places he has never visited. He is rescued by a secret group called "Infinites" who reveal his memories are real, from his past lives and he must race against time to save humanity from one of their own who wants to destroy it.
Directors
Antoine Fuqua
Starring
Mark WahlbergChiwetel EjioforSophie Cookson
Genres
Science FictionSuspenseAdventureAction
Subtitles
English [CC]
Audio Languages
EnglishEnglish [Audio Description]

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Supporting actors
Jason MantzoukasRupert FriendToby JonesDylan O'Brien
Producers
Mark WahlbergAntoine FuquaValerii AnRafi CrohnMark HuffamBradley J. FischerLorenzo Di BonaventuraStephen LevinsonMark VahradianBrian OliverJohn Zaozirny
Studio
Paramount Pictures
Content advisory
Foul languagesubstance useviolence
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3.0 out of 5 stars

1252 global ratings

  1. 29% of reviews have 5 stars
  2. 18% of reviews have 4 stars
  3. 10% of reviews have 3 stars
  4. 14% of reviews have 2 stars
  5. 29% of reviews have 1 stars
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BenWReviewed in the United Kingdom on 01 October 2021
1.0 out of 5 stars
Just awful.
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I had an unpleasant poo this morning, one of those sharp ones with corners, that seemed to take ages. Waaaaay more enjoyable than this pile of tosh. Scenes and effects lifted (badly) from every other movie you can think of, Matrix, Dr Strange, you name it, even comically bad chases a la Blues Brothers. Sound effects that don't always match the action. Poorly written with awful dialogue, I'm surprised MW even considered it.
Everyone involved with this movie: Could do better. Reasonable concept, dreadfully executed. May be alright if you're 10 years old and a bit hard of thinking.
154 people found this helpful
MechaCrysis Reviewed in the United Kingdom on 02 October 2021
4.0 out of 5 stars
People need to learn to just enjoy things for what they are
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This movie is by no means the greatest thing on the planet, its writing is basic, dialogue is goofy, character arcs are practically non existent for the most part, but you know what it is? - fun. Its a movie that clearly, despite peoples opinions, doesn't take itself too seriously, and if you can just allow yourself to just sit back and watch it for what it is, its a good waste of 1 hour 45 minutes. I don't regret watching it, and the premise and ending providing the opportunity for a sequel is welcomed. Yes they could have done better, but in a time where most of the films we get are all copy and paste of the same crap we've seen 100 times before, or reboots of reboots of remakes, this is something a little different to sit down and watch. Don't go into it it thinking its going to change cinema and your perception of the world, go into it thinking of wanting to see some wild over the top nonsensical movie tropes, and you'll have a good time.
58 people found this helpful
MBCReviewed in the United Kingdom on 01 October 2021
1.0 out of 5 stars
Please don't waste your time with this dross.
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A potentially good idea ruined by clumsy exposition, inane dialogue, silly action sequences, cardboard acting, and cliche after cliche.
60 people found this helpful
MRKReviewed in the United Kingdom on 01 October 2021
5.0 out of 5 stars
Great watch, big action, great scenery. Decent story line
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Who the heck gave this a 'one star'?!

I'd say this is a solid 4 starts, but giving it 5 to balance the cruddy one star review.

Great watch, big action, great scenery. Decent story line and a few levels to it. I like, I like a lot!
41 people found this helpful
TwistedpixieReviewed in the United Kingdom on 01 October 2021
4.0 out of 5 stars
Assassins creed without costumes
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Strong start, average movie, James Bond, kingsman vibe. Was ok. Glad it was free.
24 people found this helpful
Amazon CustomerReviewed in the United Kingdom on 01 October 2021
1.0 out of 5 stars
Eminently forgettable
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What a load of tosh filled with all the usual cinema cliches imaginable!! Mark Wahlberg has permanent grooves in his head from frowning so much. Not aging well. Usually like his films but this is awful...
23 people found this helpful
wolfieReviewed in the United Kingdom on 02 October 2021
5.0 out of 5 stars
A short essay on the biological and metaphysical oversights of 'Endless'
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This film has errors, but it deserves a good rating for originality. The cinematography, acting and writing are average for a film of this budget, occasionally being well above. Pacing is fast, with very few moments for the audience to take a step back from the action. Although this serves to keep the story moving, it does prevent any real depth to any character, which, in a film based on the idea of reincarnation, is slightly ironic.
There are a number of supposed continuity errors, however these do appear intentional: The shots are filmed with obvious choices in establishing a different time period, whcih I believe is an effort to convey a sense of deja vu, rather than an obvious and unlikely oversight by the production team.

*Spolier alert*

The main failing of this film is the antagonist's motive. Obsessed with preventing his own soul from reincarnating, he has developed a doomsday machine intended to destroy all life (presumably on any scale) on the planet. He has also developed a unique firearm with the ability to 'digitize' a soul, preventing it from reincarnating as it is stuck in a digital 'limbo'. An obvious solution is to point the gun at himself, however it could be argued that, given that it would not destroy the component molecules of water and air, life would likely return to Earth, thus he would only be in limbo until the data storage medium degraded and his soul was reborn into a primitive bactera, restarting the entire tortutous process.

Unfortunately, a larger plot hole is the 'Egg' doomsday device itself. The film does not establish that reincarnation is limited only to our planet, or to human bodies (many religious teachings around the world make reference to animal reincarnation for those who invite it), therefore, considering the relatively high likelihood of extremeophile bacteria having arisen on other planets and moons in our own solar system, such as Venus and, I believe, Europa, the Egg would in fact have a strong possibility of reincarnating every living thing as a single celled organism elsewhere in the solar system. And that is not taking into account the bacteria living in the astronauts currently orbiting our own planet, who would host billions of cycles of reincarnation in the bacteria in their own bodies before they died, and quite possibly after, since many species are anerobic and may even be capable of hosting every soul in their little colonies, orbiting our lifeless world before finally reentering the atmosphere to begin the process of evolution from scratch, making the antagonist's suffering a drop in the ocean compared to the future he has unwittingly created for himself.

Of course, the average viewer will probably not consider the problem in quite this level of detail, but it is worth noting that, as another famously innaccurate film once made popular, life will find a way.
14 people found this helpful
GoldeneddieReviewed in the United Kingdom on 02 October 2021
1.0 out of 5 stars
A Poor Waste of Resources
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Many films have that part at the beginning where the hero must be 'recruited' somehow. You know, the retired hero persuaded to do 'one last job'. Usually though, the recruitment is over with within 10 minutes max - but not with this film. Once the exciting opening scene is finished, you will find yourself hanging around for over an hour and a quarter until our hero becomes - well, our hero. It gives the film that huge problem known in the industry as 'a saggy middle'. You'll lose interest, stop caring, and probably nip to the loo without missing much.

The film centres on finding a McGuffin called 'The Egg' and then some over stuff about reincarnation. Yes, the special effects are plentiful, but the acting is one-dimensional, the script is embarrassing and the cartoon-physics are laughable. Not much makes any sense in this film, but you won't care. It's like a poor X-Men rip off without the heritage.

My advice? Don't waste your time. Call your mother instead. She'll be SO pleased you called. Make someone you love happy!
11 people found this helpful
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