Real Genius

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Real Genius Quote: “It is God!” – Kent

A deliciously young Val Kilmer, an even more delicious young Sarah Jessica Parker (played by Gabriel Jarret), a billion lasers, boring montages, horny cosmetologists, unreal liquid nitrogen, unbelievable penis hammering, Jesus in the teeth, Tear for Fears, and the most famous popcorn scene since Troll 2. “Real Genius” (1985) took the ’80s nerd genre to new lows but still managed to exude some genuine charm.

Kerri Gross gets hella scientific. Roger does the math of statutory rape. And Gene questions how anyone can party to Don Henley.

Plot Summary: “Real Genius” When science whiz Mitch Taylor (Gabe Jarret) arrives at Pacific Tech as a freshman, he’s paired up with genius senior Chris Knight (Val Kilmer) to work on a laser project. Mitch initially doesn’t care for Knight’s slacker attitude, but is eventually won over, and their friendship allows them to make new progress on the laser project. It’s only when the boys learn that the government intends to use the laser as a weapon that they start to question what they’ve actually been working for.

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Real Genius

Who ELSE can turn lasers into light shows, aircraft into armchairs, and high-tech into hijinks?

19851 h 46 minPG
Overview

Chris is the top brain who just wants to party, Mitch is the 15-year-old college wiz kid. Supposedly hard at work on a lab project with a mysterious deadline, they still find time to use their genius to discover new ways to have fun.

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Director Martha Coolidge
Producer Brian Grazer
Production TriStar Pictures, Delphi III Productions
Release Date 7 August 1985
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Not rated yet!

Real Genius

Who ELSE can turn lasers into light shows, aircraft into armchairs, and high-tech into hijinks?

19851 h 46 minPG
Overview

Chris is the top brain who just wants to party, Mitch is the 15-year-old college wiz kid. Supposedly hard at work on a lab project with a mysterious deadline, they still find time to use their genius to discover new ways to have fun.

Metadata
Director Martha Coolidge
Producer Brian Grazer
Production TriStar Pictures, Delphi III Productions
Release Date 7 August 1985
Images
No images were imported for this movie.

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