An unprecedented disaster is about to unfold, and in order to ensure the safety of all humankind, a group of high-profile thinkers selected for their stratospheric IQs must come up with a solution to all of the world's problems over the course of one grueling night in writer/director Timothy A. Chey's tense apocalyptic thriller. ~ Jason Buchanan, Rovi
"Genius Club" is truly an intelligent tale, sort of a brain teaser that you get to watch and listen to, with a time limit. You have just a matter of minutes to solve this, and chances are, like me, you'll be hanging on to the solution to this puzzle until the very end.
Definitely gives you a lot to think about. A lot is said and talked about in very little time. Would be a great discussion starter for various church ministries or with friends. To really get and understand all what is said, I recommend watching it more than once. Interesting twist in the end.
The film is a cinematic punch to the head as it challenges the status quo and offers a wakeup call to people immersed in a materialistic world where those who have the most stuff, "win. It's a call to believe in God and really does prove God exists.
The ending, this is where the film becomes brilliant and the twist near the end is magnificent, better even than the much talked about 'The Sixth Sense'. It just has so much to say about things: the emasculation of an entire generation of people and the need to find something to draw us back together and most importantly, the power of God Almighty.
I love the fact that they use the classic CS Lewis argument about Jesus Christ. He was either a liar, a lunatic, or really was who He said he was, the Son of God.
It's a dangerously brilliant film that entertains as well as enlightens and entertains.
The film is fast-paced, densely packed and merits a second viewing, just to take it all in.
I watched the first 3rd of movie and dreaded finishing it the next day. As the movie continued, it got better and more interesting. The acting was great. The movie takes you out of yourself and really makes you think. I never watch the credits, but did so as I liked the song and it made me reflect on the message. Well Done.
This movie causes you to think deeply about who you are and your purpose in life. This is valuable more than just entertainment. Although there are some concerns with the production quality, the content is worth overlooking these.