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Top 6 Movie Geniuses

Some are born Genius, we often call them Child prodigy. Sometimes they lack in their social skills, but  their brainpower is immense. Here is the list of top 6 Movie Geniuses:

1) Teen Tech Geniuses, Garry and Wyatt “Weird Science” (1985)

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Weird Science is a science comic fictional film written and directed by John Hughes. Two teenagers Gary and Wyatt create a woman on a computer, and due to an electrical accident, it becomes alive. These two are hampered by their social awkwardness.

2) Home Invention Genius, Wayne Szalinski: “Honey, I shrunk the kids” (1989)

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Honey, I Shrunk the Kids is a science fiction film, directed by Joe Johnston and produced by Walt Disney Pictures. A scientist designs a shrinking machine and while testing his machine he accidently shrinks his children and throws them along with the garbage.

3) Time Travelling Genius, Alexander Hartdegen: “The Time Machine” (2002)

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The Time Machine is a science fiction film somewhat adapted from the “The Time Machine” written by H. G. Wells in 1895. A scientist invents a time travel the machine, and he decides to go back in time to save his girlfriend from dying.

4) Logical Reasoning Genius: “Sherlock Holmes” (2009)

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Sherlock Holmes is a detective movie based on the character Sherlock Holmes created by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle, and directed by Guy Ritchie. Detector Sherlock Holmes and his partner Dr. Watson imprison Lord Blackwood, later he is executed. However, it seems that Blackwood have come back from the dead.

5) Child Genius, Fred Tate: “Little Man Tate” (1991)

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Little Man Tate is a drama film directed by Jodie Foster. The movie is about a single mother who comes to know that her child is a genius, she makes sure that he gets all the opportunities and he is not taken for granted.

6) Tortured Mathematical Genius, Max Cohen: “Pi” (1998)

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Pi is a psychological thriller film written and directed by Darren Aronofsky. A mathematician Max Cohen encounters a mysterious number. He reports his discovery to his mentor (to a religious friend. Now he is targeted by ill-intentioned Wall Street agents bent on using the number for profit.

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