A man discovers that his hallucinations are actually visions from past lives.

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Antoine Fuqua

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Ian Shorr (screenplay by), Todd Stein (screen story by) | 1 more credit »
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Cast overview, first billed only:
Mark Wahlberg ... Evan McCauley
Chiwetel Ejiofor ... Bathurst 2020
Sophie Cookson ... Nora Brightman
Dylan O'Brien ... Treadway
Jason Mantzoukas ... Artisan
Rupert Friend ... Bathurst 1985
Toby Jones ... Porter
Jóhannes Haukur Jóhannesson ... Kovic
Liz Carr ... Garrick
Kae Alexander ... Trace
Tom Hughes ... Abel
Joana Ribeiro ... Leona
Wallis Day ... Agent Shin
Alicia Charles ... Brasserie Manager
Mark Fleischmann ... Brasserie Owner
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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. Written by imran

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Rated PG-13 for sequences of strong violence, some bloody images, strong language and brief drug use
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This is Antoine Fuqua and Mark Wahlberg's first collaboration since Shooter (2007). See more »

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the infinite's HQ is obviously in Thailand based on the landscape Bathurst seems to be able to get from his estate in Scotland to Thailand to the artisans secret base and back to his sottish estate in mere moments without any explanation of how he managed to travel those distances so quickly. See more »

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Evan McCauley: What do I know that you need so bad?
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Mozart - Le Nozze di Figaro (The Marriage of Figaro), K. 492: Recitative and Aria - E Susanna Non Vien
Written by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
Arranged by Charles Roland Berry
Courtesy of Wayne Ledbetter
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A very intriguing concept...
10 June 2021 | by steveo122See all my reviews

A very intriguing concept turned into a big slick shiny MarkieW look-at-me object requiring constant 'juvenile fiction' level narrative exposition and incessant suspension of disbelief to the point of disassociation with reality, One of those scripts that won't even obey the parameters of the physics set by the world they created thus making 'stupid' the subtext of what would otherwise be really cool action and ideas.

I wrote that a half hour in and didn't need to change it by the end.


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USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

10 June 2021 (USA) See more »

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Dolby Digital

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2.39 : 1
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