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Infinity Baby (2017)

Owing to a genetic mix-up involving stem cell research, the recently founded company Infinity Baby is able to offer a service for aspiring parents who never want to leave the baby bubble - infants that do not age.

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Bob Byington

Writer:

Onur Tukel
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Credited cast:
Nick Offerman ... Neo
Kieran Culkin ... Ben
Megan Mullally ... Hester
Martin Starr ... Malcolm
Stephen Root ... Fenton
Trieste Kelly Dunn ... Alison
Kevin Corrigan ... Larry
Noël Wells ... Theresa
Jonathan Togo ... Intern
Zoe Graham ... Tiffany
Martha Kelly ... Ava
Jennifer Prediger ... Lydia
AnnaClare Hicks ... Margaret
Lydia Tracy ... Girl
Dickson McGuire ... Doc
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Owing to a genetic mix-up involving stem cell research, the recently founded company Infinity Baby is able to offer a service for aspiring parents who never want to leave the baby bubble - infants that do not age.

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A comedy about babies that don't age See more »

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USA

Language:

English

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11 March 2017 (USA) See more »

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Austin, Texas, USA See more »

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1.85 : 1
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Performed by Aesop Rock
Produced by Aesop Rock (I. Bavitz for 21 Bazooka Salute - Sesac)
Mixed by Joey Raia
Aesop Rock appears courtesy of Rhymesayers Entertainment, LLC
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An awkward cold odd film
12 June 2018 | by mherrin-43253See all my reviews

Infinity Baby: Directed by Bob Byington and written by Onur Tukel

What did I just watch? I was caught by the idea that lies in the fabric of this film. A company that sells babies that never age. But that's not what this movie is actually about. It's an allegory about a man child who refuses to grow up and why that is a bad thing. It takes what feels like a long time to get to this point.

This movie was shot in crisp black and white. I'm not entirely sure why. I think it might have to do with the cold nature and the awkward absurdity of the premise at large. It has to have this to hook people in because the story is so simplisitic and other than the extra giggly girlfriend, everyone is unlikable. But then again that might be the point.

It has some moments that you have to laugh at because of the ridiculous nature of the story but it still makes you roll your eyes. It will also make you scratch your chin and rub your temples. It is just such an odd movie. Things happen in this movie that will make you say huh assuming of course that you get that far.

I honestly don't know what to make of it. I got the themes it was trying to convey. I got some chuckles out of the ordeal but I can not recommend this one to anyone. I give this movie a D.


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