Breaking Infinity (2023) Movie Review

Breaking Infinity – Movie Review

Breaking Infinity

Director: Marianna Dean

Writer: David Trotti (Screenplay)


Plot: Liam is a scientific researcher who has been unstuck in time, as his jumps through time get more extreme, he is guided to the future by a mysterious old man where he witnesses the end of the world that he may have caused.

Runtime: 1 Hour 26 Minutes

There may be spoilers in the rest of the review

Story: Breaking Infinity starts when Liam (Neil Bishop) wakes up injured in a hospital bed. He has no memory of who he is or what has happened until his doctor Emma (Cunningham) starts filling him in. However, Liam starts seeing himself moving through time to different locations, with different memories.

When Liam starts trying to piece everything together, he witnesses the end of the world. Now, he must figure out who he can trust if he is ever going to understand what is going on in his head.

Verdict on Breaking Infinity

Breaking Infinity is a mind-bending sci-fi thriller following a scientist who sees his life unfolding through his eyes. He finds himself jumping through time as he tries to stop the end of the world. However, the more he tries to learn, the more complicated the journeys become.

This being a mind-bending movie means it needs to keep you guessing. It does that with ease, as each interaction Liam goes through, gives us new information. This is like a giant puzzle that keeps us wanting more. While it revolves around a different subject of time travel, you could easily compare the journey to The Butterfly Effect. Each position in the world seems to give a bigger idea. Neil Bishop is wonderful in the leading role, showing confidence when needed, while also showing his character’s weakness well.

Where to Watch: Breaking Infinity will be available on Digital Download from 3rd July and can be pre-ordered here

Final Thoughts Breaking Infinity is a real mind-bender that constantly keeps you guessing.

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