Infinity Baby

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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  • ★★★★ review by Eli Hayes on Letterboxd

    When I first saw this film,

    I had no idea that Aesop Rock

    composed the OST; w/ Baby and

    Bushwick, it seems as if he is on a

    compositional roll -- these OSTs are gold and,

    also, this movie has one of the best casts of '17.

  • ★★★★ review by Eli Hayes on Letterboxd

    Another film that will most

    likely be negatively misread.

  • ★★★★ review by Andre de Nervaux on Letterboxd

    Nick offerman is just the man.

  • ★★★½ review by Andrew F. on Letterboxd

    This sci-fi comedy is about a near future where genetic experimentation has created a few thousand babies that never age. This is the backdrop for a story about an employee at the company that finds homes for these babies, who’s stuck at a certain level of not-quite-adulthood. 

    It’s funny, with a great cast and some satisfyingly strange comedy beats. The packed house at the Oriental loved it. 

    The director Bob Byington and co-star Martin Starr attended and did a Q&A after the screening. They seemed quite annoyed to be in Milwaukee and uninterested in answering the audience’s questions. 

    Milwaukee Film Festival 2017

  • ★★★★ review by Zack Ford on Letterboxd

    Wisconsin Film Festival #14- Bob Byington's movies have always been more gimmick than funny, but Infinity Baby is by far his funniest film without losing nay of his looseness or quirk. In 10 or so minutes of screen time, Megan Mullaly gives her funniest performance of her career, with a lot point that has such perfect payoff.

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