Lunchtime Movie Review

Real Genius (1985)

Episode #57

TriStar Pictures released Real Genius on August 7, 1985. Martha Coolidge directed the film starring Val Kilmer, Gabriel Jarret, and Michelle Meyrink.

‘Real Genius’ Plot Synopsis

In Real Genius, Mitch Taylor is one of the youngest students ever accepted to a university known for its programs for geniuses. They room him with the school’s science club legend Chris Knight. He needs help on a project to develop a high-powered laser. Together with super-brilliant friends, they are able to complete the task. However, when they find out that their professor intends to turn their work over to the military for use as a weapon, they decide to get even.

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TriStar Pictures released Real Genius on August 7, 1985. Martha Coolidge directed the film starring Val Kilmer, Gabriel Jarret, and Michelle Meyrink.

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