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The Infinite Man (2014)

Not Rated | | Comedy, Fantasy, Sci-Fi | 14 March 2015 (USA)
A man's attempts to construct the ultimate romantic weekend backfire when his quest for perfection traps his lover in an infinite loop.

Director:

Hugh Sullivan

Writer:

Hugh Sullivan
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2 wins & 5 nominations. See more awards »

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Cast

Complete credited cast:
Josh McConville ... Dean
Hannah Marshall ... Lana
Alex Dimitriades ... Terry
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Storyline

A man's attempts to construct the ultimate romantic weekend backfire when his quest for perfection traps his lover in an infinite loop.

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Love makes the world go round . . . And around . . . And around . . . See more »

Genres:

Comedy | Fantasy | Sci-Fi

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Trivia

The storage device carried around by the protagonist is clearly an ATAPI/IDE CD-ROM drive (distinguishable by the visible connector pins) with some reflectors attached to it. See more »

Quotes

Terry: This javelin puts in a line, a long line, from Greek Gods to mortal men. Greek men.
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Connections

Version of Peaches (2017) See more »

Soundtracks

The Infinite Folk Song
Written by Zoë Barry
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Time Travel Hybrid Attempts to Punch Way Above Its Weight But Falls Flat!
24 September 2018 | by spookyrat1See all my reviews

An Australian micro-budget indie feature that as well as succeeding in taking the science, out of fiction, manages simultaneously to take the travel out of time. We are thus presented with a cheap hybrid, borrowing themes and situations from better films such as Time Crimes, Multiplicity and Groundhog Day using virtually the one desert location (ludicrously masquerading as some supposedly attractive beach tourist resort), the one set and a cast of three. But besides the very obvious budget limitations, the film fails, due to the unattractiveness of the characters and the plain unbelievability of the story.

Even pure fantasies such as the afore-mentioned Groundhog Day, have elements founded in reality, to which we can easily relate and empathise. The Infinite Man bothers with none of this. Every thing just looks and sounds fake from the "resort" location, to the "scientist" in name only, to the (wait for it) homicidally violent, ex-olympian. The cringeworthy dialogue and cheesy, even creepy "romantic sub-plot, does absolutely nothing to alleviate the film's clear failings. However, almost mercifully, the short running time, (which for this writer couldn't come quick enough) does.


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Language:

English

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14 March 2015 (USA) See more »

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