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Max Beyond

UK 2024
produced by
Paula Crickard, Hasraf Dulull, Amy Gardner (executive), Jason Potter (executive), Yariv Lerner (executive) for HaZimation, Film Forge House, Finite Films, Unreal Engine, Reallusion
directed by Hasraf Dulull
starring the voices of Jane Perry, Dave Fennoy, Cade Tropeano, Wes Dalton, Natalie Britton, Hiro Matsunaga, Jennifer Armour
story by Hasraf Dulull, Paula Crickard, screenplay by Stavros Pamballis, music by Miro Shot, character creation and CG supervision by Andrea Tedeschi


review by
Mike Haberfelner

Eight year old Max (voiced by Cade Tropeano) has the rare ability to tap into the multiverse, foresee the future and change the past - which is why the science research company Axion has taken him in to experiment on him. This is much to the dismay of his brother, Leon (Dave Fennoy), a highly trained former marine, who decides to spring him from the company's high security lab. And he's no nonsense about it, too, intent to shooting and killing everybody who gets in the way of his brother's freedom. And Leon's mission turns into quite a bloodbath - but ultimately he's shot dead himself. Upon this, Max just winds back time to make Leon save him again, another way - and again, Leon dies, and again and again. Thing is, each time Max turns back time he weakens, to the point where it starts to worry his doctor, Ava Johnson (Jane Perry). But however hard she tries, she can't dissuade Max from making Leon try again. So before the boy kills himself trying to be saved, Ava decides to help Leon. Thing is, she's not the only one who knows about Max's condition, and there's a party much more ruthless about getting their hands on the timechanging kid before he breathes his last ...


Certainly not for the faint of heart given the amount of blood spilled in this movie, and definitely influenced by science fiction anime in terms of relentlessness but also design (without ever being a rip-off in manners of style though), this CGI animated movie is great fun to watch. Sure, the plots a bit far-fetched and needs its fair share of suspension of disbelief, but at the same time, the film's fast-paced enough to make one forget all the leaps of reason, and the action is all very well, even inventively staged to keep the audience's adrenaline pumping throughout, making this one enjoyably dynamic cinematic experience.


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