The Genius Club

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Rating: 3.5/5 (2 votes cast)

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This was a thought provoking, different, Christian film. A lot of twists and turns. Very enjoyable.

Film Synopsis:

One night to solve the world’s problems! For seven geniuses, they have no choice. A terrorist calls together a scientist, a seminary student, a pro baseball player, a professor, a casino owner, a painter, and a pizza delivery guy to attempt to solve the world’s problems.

Seven geniuses, with IQs over 200, are plucked from their lives on Christmas Eve to try to solve the world’s problems in one night. If they fail, the world will come to an end. The group attempt to solve world hunger, war, cancer, terrorism, rush hour traffic, jerks, and finally the meaning of life. By morning, the group finds redemption in themselves and quite possible the world.

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  • Carol Abney … Julia Endersol
  • Stephen Baldwin … Rory Johnson
  • Jacob Bonnema … Jacob Chernov
  • Tricia Helfer … Ally Simon
  • Matt Medrano … Jose Delgado
  • Philip Moon … Professor Lee
  • Paula Jai Parker … Tatiana
  • Huntley Ritter … Brian Mehlman
  • Jack Scalia … President
  • Tom Sizemore … Armand
  • Delaine Yates … Karen Mehlman
  • Arch Bonnema … Chief of Staff
  • Jack Guzman … Steve
  • Evan Grayson … Oliver
  • Rachel Wittman … Field reporter
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The Genius Club, 3.5 out of 5 based on 2 ratings
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  1. Blair says
    16 March 12, 12:58am

    I love this movie. Tim Chey is my favorite movie director. This movie makes you think about the world’s problems and what really matters which is a relationship with Jesus Christ.

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