Real Genius

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

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Podcast Release Date:
Jun 26, 2020

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Anyone can make a popcorn film, but it takes a Real Genius to engineer one of the greatest comedies of the ’80s!  Join Arnie this June as he slips on the Deely Bobbers and heads back to his Reagan-era school days for another look at this cherished Cold War spoof from the creators of Valley Girl and Police Academy. Can party animal Val Kilmer teach a 15-year-old nerd how to stop worrying and love the high powered laser they’re developing for satellite warfare? It doesn’t take a rocket scientist to realize you need to become a Now Playing Patron and listen now!

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Movie Details

Individual Movie Reviews
Patron Exclusives
Martha Coolidge
1 h 46 min
Release Date
7 August 1985
Comedy, Romance, Science Fiction
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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