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The Genesis Code

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A college hockey player and a female journalism student struggle to find common ground with their spiritual faith and scientific studies until realizing that science and faith are in perfect accord.

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  • Actors: Kelsey Sanders, Fred Thompson, Ernest Borgnine, Louise Fletcher, Jerry Zandstra
  • Directors: C. Thomas Howell, Patrick Read Johnson
  • Format: Multiple Formats, AC-3, Color, Dolby, NTSC, Widescreen
  • Language: English
  • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Rated: PG (Parental Guidance Suggested)
  • Studio: Entertainment One
  • DVD Release Date: May 8, 2012
  • Run Time: 138 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (215 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B0077PHME8
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #23,517 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)

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107 of 122 people found the following review helpful By Sadie on March 21, 2012
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God created the universe. He also created science. Therefore, science and faith have to be in complete agreement. This movie shows how faith and science are in agreement in a provocative, new way with well accepted scientific theory developed by Albert Einstein. The best part of the movie is when Kerry is told by her professor that she must loose her faith if she wants to pursue a career in science. The interaction between Kerry's father and the professor is priceless. The movie makes you think about issues of faith and science, living out your faith in a post-modern society and end of life matters. Well done.
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"You seem like an intelligent girl, you don't really believe in that religious hokey-pokey do you?" Blake (Bartholomew) is the star hockey player at his college and is the subject of Kerry's (Sanders) new article. What begins as a simple interview turns into something much much more. Blake's mother is in the hospital and when Kerry mentions prayer she finds out Blake's stance on religion. She turns to her brother in an attempt to prove God is real. I again need to start by saying that I am not a big fan of faith based movies. It's not that I'm not religious it's just that 99% of them are way too cheesy and unbelievable. This one is easily the best one that I have seen. It doesn't force it down your throat but maintains the religious feel through out which is hard to do. JFK is one of my favorite movies for many reasons, but at it's core it is Oliver Stone letting everyone know how he felt. I bring that up because this movie seems like the writers way of letting everyone know how he feels about the religious vs science debate. While there is some hockey scenes in this (which really aren't needed) the meat of the movie takes place in a museum in what is about a half hour of how science can prove the Book Of Genesis is true. As boring as that sounds that scene is the most riveting part of the movie as well as the most exciting lecture I've ever been a part of. Religious or not this is a good movie, but like all faith movies the ending is a little unbelievable which takes a little away from it but still very much worth seeing. Overall, the best of this type of movie I have seen. I give it a B+.
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Of the 16 customer reviews printed prior to 4/26/12, every single one of them are by one time users whose only review for this site are for this movie. And 14 of them are short 5 star raves. That could mean one of two things. Either the movie strikes such a powerful chord with viewers, it inspires them to go to lengths that they have never done for any other movie, book, or personal product. That's pretty impressive! The other option, of course, seems a little more likely and is far more troubling. However, this being a movie about faith and honor, I'll choose to accept every comment at face value and truly hope that this movie was so inspiring that it touched that many people.

For my purposes, I'm going to address the well-intentioned "The Genesis Code" as a movie and not as any sort of ideological treatise. I know that the film caters to a particular Christian based audience, but again--this is simply a movie review and not a discourse on what people should or should not believe. The basic premise behind "The Genesis Code," however, is one that intrigues me. With a degree in Biology, I firmly believe in the sciences and the principles of Evolution. I have never thought that the existence of Evolution discounted the presence of a higher being, though. To my way of thinking, the two things do not disprove one another but I have never taken the Bible as a literal history. "The Genesis Code" does. Its characters try to reconcile the timeline presented in Genesis with the timeline presented by Evolution, saying that both are correct.

The film stars a likable Logan Bartholomew as a star college hockey player whose mother is in a coma. One day he meets a devout school reporter (Kelsey Sanders) assigned to cover his story.
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Customer on May 29, 2012
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One of the biggest drawbacks of faith based movies in my opinion is that they usually have stilted if not outright bad acting and the storyline is just cheesy. Well, much to my great delight, The Genesis Code didn't even have an ounce of cheese in it. The acting is top notch as well.

When we meet Blake we are brought in to the midst of a personal struggle of faith. He has gone through the loss of his father and is watching his mother slowly die of pancreatic cancer. Because of these circumstances he has decided that he doesn't believe in a loving God that the Bible talks about. I believe he said it is just a book of fables.

Kerry is the heroine in the story. She is tenacious at wearing down the barriers that Blake has constructed around himself and his beliefs. Who wouldn't be proud to have Kerry as their daughter? Don't get me wrong Kerry also has her struggles but she diligently pursues the answers to what God would have her do.

The Wells family is a wonderful example of what we as Christians should be. Kerry's brother Marc has an amazingly scientific mind that puts him at odds with what the Bible teaches. I absolutely loved the way that the movie showed the family embrace Marc as one of their own while still gently guiding him towards the truth.

Without giving anything away, I must say that Marc's presentation on how science and the Bible can both be right was powerful. In fact it was so powerful that I just had to go back and watch it again.

My favorite line of the movie is, "If we are patient science will eventually catch up with the Bible." This movie has the potential to offend many, but it also has the potential of bringing about a lot of thought provoking debate.

I would recommend this movie for junior high and up.
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