Watch: Infinity Chamber 2016 123movies, Full Movie Online – Frank is in a coffee shop viewing a photo of conifers across a lake when the glass reflects two ISN agents men firing red-lighted weapons at his back. When he awakes, he is trapped in an automated prison with an AI presence, who answers to the name of Howard, acting as his LSO (Life Support Officer). Howard is not forthcoming with much information. Frank is, in fact, guilty of creating a computer virus that crashed the fascist regime’s system. The AI probes his memories hoping Frank will disclose where he hid the thumb drive that contains the virus. His replayed memories keep taking him to the coffee shop and its owner Gabby..
Plot: A man trapped in an automated prison must outsmart a computer in order to escape and try and find his way back to the outside world that may already be wiped out.
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I had never heard of this movie before and only discovered it as a recommendation on Amazon Prime because I had watched Source Code. The concept is quite interesting with 1 man; a woman; 2 gunmen; a robot to keep him alive and a robot to examine his mind. It begins with the man waking up and we have no idea where he is or how he got there. It constantly switches between his cell and somewhere in his memories which occasionally causes disorientation and confusion which I guess is the point.
Despite having a low budget and having to use a uniform from Pandorum, Travis Milloy has really used all his resources to their highest advantage. Travis Milloy built the set himself and it really does look like a futuristic prison cell. Christopher Soren Kelly does a pretty good job of mostly talking to a security camera and transitioning between the prison cell and his dream world.
Lifts elements from far better sci-fi movies with little success BUT, what _Infinity Chamber_ does with so little is honestly kind of incredible. Comparing it to, say, the history of all human cinema, it’s really not that good. But compare it to most micro-budget films with barely enough characters and locations combined to count on one hand, and it’s pretty genuinely impressive. Still possessed of a lot of failings, but I can’t treat it too harshly for them.
_Final rating:★★½ – Had a lot that appealed to me, didn’t quite work as a whole._
Refreshing Storyline in a World of Reboots
To reboot a classic movie for a new generation is lazy and disgraceful.
To come up with a new conceptually outside-the-box movie with a cohesive plot is extremely rare and is a true gem. The most recent thing example I can think of is ‘The Matrix’, unprecedented concepts, albeit still lacking some cohesion.
‘Infinity Chamber’ falls into a third, middle-ground category: Borrowing new elements/concepts from other movies as a means to create a “original” movie.
IMO, any such movie would still fall into a sub-genre of the original movie it borrowed its defining elements from. The new movie can still be original (in its own right) if it uses the borrowed concept only as a launchpad to branch off into creative laterals.
‘Infinity Chamber’ is largely a one-man show. Thankfully, the lead actor does a great job of keeping the viewer entertained. Interestingly, the dialogue between the man and the computer is what gave the movie its charm. The computer has all the qualifying intellectual attributes of a real person:, mannerisms, personality, relatability, voice etc. It’s easy to forget that the dialogue isn’t between two people, despite the computer’s limitation to only give pre-programmed or abstract answers.
Whether friendly or hostile, I’ve always appreciated movies where man and machine can form any sort of progressing understanding towards the other.
This movie isn’t without some obscurity and unanswered questions. While this may turn some viewers off entirely, I found them to be forgivable due to the entertaining themes and aspects of the movie as a whole.
If you like movies like “Moon” or “Ex Machina”, I’d venture to say you’d find this movie interesting, if not entertaining.
8/10 stars for this low-budget sci-fi movie that brings forth an entertaining sub- original storyline in a world of countless and shameless Hollywood reboots.
Far, far too long
There’s half a good idea floating around here somewhere but it doesn’t quite make it.
Writer/Director, alas. Not many people can get away with doing both. Milloy might well emerge as a great one of either – possibly both! – but this movie cries out for a third eye, someone to tighten-up and smooth-out the script and either make the middle more interesting or just cut the length in half.
That it’s an indie done on a budget is highly creditable. The production values are excellent, the actors are good, and an especial mention to composer Jacob Yoffee whose score works incredibly well.
It’s a half-hour stary spread out far too long. Watch it on video and fast forward or give it a miss altogether. But watch out for Milloy in the future.
Original Language en
Runtime 1 hr 43 min (103 min)
Genre Sci-Fi, Thriller
Director Travis Milloy
Writer Travis Milloy
Actors Christopher Soren Kelly, Cassandra Clark, Cajardo Lindsey
Country United States
Awards 1 win & 2 nominations
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Aspect Ratio 2.35 : 1
Camera Red Epic
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