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The last movie I watched with our free month on Paramount+ was Infinite. I did not know much about this movie. The premise sounded a bit interesting. I knew that Mark Wahlberg was in it. I know it was about some group of immortals that were battling it out. That kind of a concept is what interests me personally. The whole living forever concept has some deep appeal to me for some reason. I really do not know what it is. What I did not know is how the immortality would be portrayed in Infinite.

The concept of Infinite is there are a few hundred people who remember their past lives as they are reincarnated. So these people have hundreds of years to perfect certain skills. Spend multiple life times learning how to forge a sword for example. Spend multiple lifetimes learning martial arts and being extremely lethal. The problem for Infinite is to have actors who get light training in these things to look like they are the best in the world at those skills.

Mark Wahlberg plays Evan McCauley who does not know he has this past. He hid an orb that can kill all life on planet Earth. Bathurst (played by Chiwetel Ejiofor) is out to get this egg because he wants to end all life on the planet Earth. Why does he want to end all life? He gets all of his memories while in the womb with nothing to do for all those months. The others do not get their memories until puberty. The thing is Bathurst has this gun where he can capture the soul of these infinite and keep them from coming back. Why not use it on himself and anyone else tired of this fantasy merry-go-round?

The two groups that battle it out in Infinite are Believers and Nihilists. The Believers want to help mankind. The Nihilists want to destroy everyone. I still think the Nihilists should use their gun on themselves and anyone else who no longer wants to go into this fantasy rebirth cycle. Expect plenty of action within Infinite. There are some crazy stunts performed in Infinite too.

The issues families will have with Infinite are blood, gore, violence, lack of attire, enticement to lust, drugs, bad language, reincarnation and more. It takes 106 minutes to watch Infinite. There is little in Infinite that makes me want to watch it again. There is one interesting question posed within Infinite. If you had all these other lives and all these other memories how would you stay sane?
- Paul


Graphics: 60%
Sound: 60%
Replay/Extras: 60%
Gameplay: 65%
Family Friendly Factor: 55%

System: Paramount+
Publisher: Paramount Pictures
Developer: New Republic Pictures
Rating: ‘PG-13’ for Parents Strongly Cautioned {for sequences of strong violence, some bloody images, strong language and brief drug use}

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