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Think Tank (2006)

PG | | Comedy | 21 April 2006 (USA)
Bumbling, twenty-something slackers use their self-proclaimed "genius" to save a small town from the evil clutches of Lord Billiards, a land-grabbing pool celebrity.

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Bumbling, twenty-something slackers use their self-proclaimed "genius" to save a small town from the evil clutches of Lord Billiards, a land-grabbing pool celebrity.

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There's a thin line between "genius" and "stupid."

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Rated PG for some mild rude humor
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25 May 2006 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

We went to see this movie to support "decency in entertainment". About the best thing we can say is that there wasn't any swearing. The casting, acting, story line, composition, filming, and editing were terrible. One of the twenty-something guys looks more like fifty-something. I am surprised Pleasure Island AMC would agree to run it - even an "only one time event". My husband and I were the ONLY ones in the entire theater. Everyone in Orlando must be smarter than we are!

The opening credits look like an elementary school class project and the movie goes downhill from there. Quality was not a pursued issue. I have seen school plays directed with more professionalism.

I would feel better if the proceeds went to help underprivileged children or something. But then again, it only grossed $18 at the box office here at Disney: $3 more than the whole movie budget! Waste of time. Waste of money. Don't waste yours.


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