#123movies #fmovies #putlocker #gomovies #solarmovie #soap2day Watch Full Movie Online Free – A sci-fi, action adaption that examines the concept of reincarnation through remarkable visuals and well-established characters who need to use their memories and past learnt skills to ensure the future is protected from Infinites that seek to end all life on the planet.
Plot: Evan McCauley has skills he never learned and memories of places he has never visited. Self-medicated and on the brink of a mental breakdown, a secret group that call themselves “Infinites” come to his rescue, revealing that his memories are real.
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Pretty good watch, could watch again, and can recommend.
I feel like I had a lot of problems with this movie. The concept is good, but not very cinematic, so it feels like they tried to add action to “Ad Astra”. With Mark Wahlberg as the main protagonist, a lot of the movie, as I could think was “Somwon stohl mah teddy bwear” so that ruined the vibe a little.
A large part of it is that the story takes place over centuries if not millenia, so clearly that’s not part of the movie, so we miss out on caring about who these immortals are as characters. You’re sort of just told to care about them.
For at least part of the movie I identified with the villains more because their plan is actually laid out with some level of clarity and a surprising amount of reason: kill everyone and there is nowhere to resurrect.
Sort of a fun interpretation of “When your enemy goes to ground, leave no ground to go to.”.
Ultimately this is a high end cast, with plenty of money behind the production, so it looks good, and has an interesting concept, but just sort of falls flat on the execution. I just never really cared about the characters.
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I really appreciate Antoine Fuqua’s career as a director. From the beloved classic Training Day to the highly entertaining The Equalizer films, Fuqua has demonstrated skillful handling of action sequences. As expected, Infinite delivers several fighting scenes and car chases, mostly riveting and quite enjoyable. The third act gets extremely over-the-top concerning the action set pieces, which are only tolerable due to a special yet underdeveloped character trait that ultimately justifies the more absurd moments. Mauro Fiore’s camera work and Conrad Buff IV’s editing are decent enough, but the last act features too much shaky cam and excessive cuts for my taste.
Story-wise, that’s where things get tricky. Ian Shorr’s screenplay boasts a genuinely interesting premise with exciting world-building to support it. However, the tiresome voice-over from Mark Wahlberg – who offers a good performance just as the rest of the cast – holds heavy exposition that’s then repeated in dialogues across the movie, stretching the runtime unnecessarily. This narration rarely adds anything relevant to the story or impacts the viewer’s opinion about the protagonist.
In addition to this, it’s one of those films that carries tremendous storytelling potential but never reaches it. Personally, I truly find the concept intriguing, but its development doesn’t leave the base of its premise. In fact, just by watching the main trailer, most of the world-building is given to the audience in those few minutes. Honestly, in better hands, this movie could have been the beginning of a new franchise with infinite – no pun intended- possibilities to make sequels, prequels, spin-offs, or even trigger the start of a TV show.
As it is, Infinite is nothing more than an inoffensively entertaining flick that could have been much, much better.
Interesting concept, lacklustre execution.
I don’t really have much to say so I’ll keep it short & simple, the opening with Dylan O’brien was energetic & amazing. It got me hooked instantly but as soon as Mark Wahlberg entered the picture, it got boring & became a by the numbers action movie. What a waste of such an potential & interesting story. Mark Wahlberg was a terrible choice, he looked so uninterested. They should’ve just made Dylan O’brien the headliner instead of Mark Wahlberg, he was obviously the better choice between the two. Man, what a letdown.
P. S. – Chiwetel Ejiofor was awesome as always & a delight to watch as an menacing antagonist even though the script let’s him down. Dude always brings his A Game.
Too cool (seriously, too cool)
Infinite takes style over substance to a new level.
I heard about this movie a week ago when a coworker told me the trailer was hot. I’ll say this about the Antoine Fuqua flick, he took a four-to-five-minute trailer and extended into a full movie. That’s actually impressive that he was able to keep up the energy for the entire movie.
Of course, that does make for one problem. The action is hot, the visuals are stunning and the style is wild, but then there is that slow moment in the film when Markie Mark’s character is explained. He’s a special human being that gets reincarnated over and over again but is fully aware of his past lives. He’s not the only one and a collective of these people have taken two sides: one good, one evil.
It’s around here that I realize this movie is missing something. That sounds strange to say considering John Wick is one of the best action movies I’ve ever seen with a plot so cliché, it literally pokes fun of itself. It worked for Wick but it does not click here.
The unclicking plot reminds me of the Old Guard (Both stories about a form of immortality). I hate to say that I like this movie more. Like I said, it’s got the style, it’s also got the action and the combination makes for a flick that looks like I would have blindly paid 25 bucks to see this on an IMAX screen (I never got that feeling from the Old Guard).
It’s too bad Charlize Theron did not get cast in this one instead. Markie Mark felt utterly useless in this flick. I don’t think I’ve seen Wahlberg be so dull. Old age must be catching up with him. He did not even make me laugh. Realistically, you could have replaced him with a wooden board and it would not affect this movie.
Chiwetel Ejiofor was the only notable performance in the film. Somehow his bad guy got through all the fluff and was able to shine.
I was hoping to get the same shine out of Jason Mantzoukas who’s usually good for one laugh as the comedy relief, but all his jokes were swing and miss.
Well, I don’t want to say too many bad things about the movie, but I feel this goes into the vault of Ninja Assassin for me. It’s an action movie I’ll tell people was good, but whenever I see it every few years, I watch it like I never saw it cause I always forget why I like it. A little unfair comparison for Ninja Assassin, but I see Infinite going down this road.
I enjoyed it while I enjoyed but its forgettable.
Original Language en
Runtime 1 hr 46 min (106 min)
Genre Action, Sci-Fi, Thriller
Director Antoine Fuqua
Writer Ian Shorr, Todd Stein, D. Eric Maikranz
Actors Mark Wahlberg, Chiwetel Ejiofor, Sophie Cookson
Country United States
Production Company N/A
Sound Mix Dolby Digital
Aspect Ratio 2.39 : 1
Camera Arri Alexa Mini LF
Laboratory Company 3, Los Angeles (CA), USA (digital dailies) (color)
Film Length N/A
Negative Format Codex
Cinematographic Process ARRIRAW (4.5K) (source format), Digital Intermediate (4K) (master format)
Printed Film Format N/A