Einstein's God Model (2016)

Einstein's God Model (2016)

GENRESDrama,Sci-Fi,Thriller
LANGEnglish
ACTOR
Aaron GrahamKirby O'ConnellKenneth HughesBrad Norman
DIRECTOR
Philip T. Johnson

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Einstein's God Model (2016) is a English movie. Philip T. Johnson has directed this movie. Aaron Graham,Kirby O'Connell,Kenneth Hughes,Brad Norman are the starring of this movie. It was released in 2016. Einstein's God Model (2016) is considered one of the best Drama,Sci-Fi,Thriller movie in India and around the world.

For thousands of years, only religion has offered an answer to what happens after death. Science is about to change that. With the help of a physicist, a blind medium, and Thomas Edison's final experiment, Brayden Taylor embarks on a quest to contact the afterlife. For his love to transcend dimensions, he must defy the laws of quantum physics. He must defy the balance nature demands. He must defy ... the God Model.

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Einstein's God Model (2016) Reviews

  • Interesting Idea, Poor Execution

    danders-253602016-10-12

    The premise attracted me to the movie, and kept me watching despite it's many issues. I tried to set aside the poor acting and dialog in hopes that the plot would develop into something more substantial - but it never did. The story line was thin with the same canned character types you have seen countless times before. As with all too many Sci- Fis, a clever concept was wasted and leaves you wondering what could have been done with it under different circumstances. As far as the production - it mostly had an amateurish feel. There appeared to be issues with the sound editing. That could possibly have been related to the streaming version I viewed. But I noticed several instances where the dialog seemed to be spliced together from different takes causing it to vary in volume from line to line. On the positive side, the special effects and imagery were executed fairly well considering the low production budget.

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  • Low budget? Try just bad writing and acting

    bonniemacmahon2018-05-15

    The writing is terrible. The actors are stiff, awkward and completely self aware - adult film stars could do a better job. Not worth your time unless you want to learn how not to write/edit/direct/act for film.

  • My 2 cents. Worth checking out.

    phljohnson-633452017-05-14

    Very well done for the budget. PROs: Very original premise and sticks with you longer after the credits have rolled. Beautiful special effects - honestly much better than the rest of the production. CONS: Some clever humor, but also some very clunky science exposition. Cinematography wildily uneven - at times gorgeous and at times very amateur. Performances were pretty rough in spots. Better casting would have helped. All in all, this gets an A for effort and a B- for execution. If you like science, especially theoretical physics, you won't be disappointed! Also, LOVE the Chicago shots!

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  • Really drives home the idea that outside their field, scientists are truly MORONS

    huh_oh_i_c2017-02-17

    {and by the way: It's "does not a good film make", NOT "a good film does not make"} So, this is yet another dime a dozen movie of people who can't deal with the death of someone they love. This time, it's not fantasy, it's not religion, it's science that is supposed to give us the answer of what happens after we die. But the filmmakers are hiding behind renowned names of science, Einstein, Bohr and others. They tell us that Edison, who's definitely NOT a scientist, had some whacky ideas about the afterlife. Drunk on his success as a mechanics guy/repairman, Edison imagined that he would have had meaningful things to say on the afterlife, too. Goes to show you what too much religious whack stuff will do to one, if it gets mixed up with mechanics. But if you're good at ballroom dancing, that doesn't mean you can do ballet too, let alone surgery, painting or accounting. This is the basic flaw in American culture: the notion that people who are rich, automatically can speak to other fields and professions too. As if a salesman (of .... used cars?) could have deeper insight into cancer research. Oh well. The Melancholic Alcoholic. The Melancholic Alcoholic.

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  • Harder Science-Fiction

    wmedia2019-05-01

    An enjoyable indie ride with some interesting ideas about quantum physics and reality. Gets points for not dumbing down the science. Yes of course it feels indie and low budget in some places, but that's because it is indie and low budget. This should be kept in perspective when rating.

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