The Jensen Project (2010)

The Jensen Project (2010)

Justin KellyKellie MartinBrady SmithLeVar Burton
Douglas Barr


The Jensen Project (2010) is a English movie. Douglas Barr has directed this movie. Justin Kelly,Kellie Martin,Brady Smith,LeVar Burton are the starring of this movie. It was released in 2010. The Jensen Project (2010) is considered one of the best Action,Adventure,Family,Fantasy,Sci-Fi movie in India and around the world.

Claire and Matt Thompson are married scientists who are visited by a wealthy woman who funds a secret organization called The Jensen Project that they previously worked for and left when Claire was humiliated by a failed experiment. The group conducts advanced underground research to solve the world's most difficult problems and Ingrid asks them to return in order to help keep a potentially dangerous technology from falling into the wrong hands. They are accompanied by their tech minded and somewhat rebellious son Brody.


The Jensen Project (2010) Reviews

  • Do not waste a minute


    My ratings out of 5: Acting 1/5 (only for Kellie Martin) Directing 0.5/5 Dialogue 0/5 (never mind how infernally fast actors spoke when dealing with comic-book technology so we couldn't understand) Story 2.5/5 Script 1/5 Set design 3/5 I quit after about 40 minutes. Pathetic and ghastly and manipulative. Too much speed-talking. Too much background music (bad pop) for who knows what reason. The premise was quite good. The execution was as bad and as cynical as it could be.

  • Kind of silly, but great visual effects


    At the start of the movie, Brody and Samantha are flying a plane over New York City. One gets the impression they're not supposed to be doing this. Let's back up a few days. Claire is a teacher, but at one time she designed a revolutionary technology called "nanobots", tiny computers which could be used by one person to control the body of another. Very valuable to the military--for both sides. You wouldn't want to be a soldier if the enemy had the technology and could use it on you. But Edwin disapproved of the quality of Claire's work and she was out of the program, known as The Jensen Project. Now she's married to pediatrician and immunologist Matt (who was also in The Jensen Project), and they have a teenage son Brody who is a genius like his parents. You won't believe how his technological expertise allows him to skip school (but not without consequences when he's found out!) And what he does when on his own is similar to playing video games, but much more advanced. He doesn't hate learning; he's just bored in a traditional education environment. Ingrid shows up with shocking news. Edwin has quit The Jensen Project and destroyed evidence his work. He is now developing nanobot technology for the enemy, who communicates with him through Mr. Cho. That's not to say he wants to be evil, but Mr. Cho has terrible things planned for Edwin if he doesn't obey. Only two people can save the world now! Guess who they are? Naturally Brody comes along, and while exploring this fantastic secret installation he meets Samantha, a brilliant teenage scientist who has been on her own for years. Possible romance? Maybe. The action gets pretty exciting, for a family movie. Maybe I shouldn't say action, because it's not that much of an action movie. However, there are moral dilemmas that must be dealt with or the world is in serious trouble. This is a family film. There are a few scenes of unethical testing of harmful technology. And, yes, even Brody is put in jeopardy. But there's nothing that serious here. A little minor violence here and there. The acting isn't particularly outstanding, but it's okay. Alyssa Diaz is the standout as the genius teen with an attitude. I was a little disappointed in Patricia Richardson because in her first scene she has the personality of a robot. She develops emotions fairly quickly and improves for the most part, though. That's the only real weakness I could see. Kellie Martin sure looks young to be a teenager's mother--except where her facial expressions and the lighting show off her wrinkles. Well, at least we know she hasn't had work done. Her hair and clothes are quite pretty, and sometimes her face is too. She does a good job acting. The real achievement here is visual effects. No computer screens--the information just hangs in the air. People walk through walls and even fireplaces. And there's plenty more. Nothing groundbreaking, I'm sure, on a TV-movie budget, but interesting to watch all the same. It was worth seeing.

  • Not Bad


    I thought that the movie was entertaining. I have read the other reviews and I do agree with some of the things. The technical terms could be toned down. I was mostly happy to see Kellie Martin again. It was good to see some faces that I have not seen before. I guess that you would have to like fantasy/sci-fi to enjoy this movie. It is a great family show and I guess it could be easily be made more appealing to older audiences. I was a little annoyed with all of the Wal-Mart and Xbox commercials. I do not go to Wal-Mart, nor do I have an Xbox. If NBC does make it into a series they will have to make some adjustments. I hope that at least a part two is created.

  • Disgusting, Only watch for laughs


    Everything was so fake. The dialogue sounded fake and they mention corny technology names too often. Not to give anything away, but I found it ridiculous that they had so much advanced technology, and the whole plot is saved by a simple device that everyone uses now. Only watch it if you want some laughs at how ridiculous it is. Out of ten stars, I would give it a, 2/10 One other thing bad about the movie: The Sound mixing was terrible. There was music constantly playing but it was not balanced with the dialogue so it was very difficult to understand what they were saying at times.

  • cute TV movie


    I disagree with some of the other reviewers here. I watched this last night and hope it turns into a series. It was very cute, very light, a nice family TV movie in the spirit of Spy Kids. Was it the greatest thing I have ever seen, no. Was it the worst thing, no. It was nice to see TV vets Patricia Richardson and LeVar Burton, 33 years now since Roots, believe it or not. Kellie Martin is a bit young to play the mother of teen ager, but she did it very well as always. She always shows class and grace in her roles and did very well in this cute family movie. It is what they refer to as a "back door" pilot and so if it did well they might turn it into a series. It would be better probably as a series of TV movies, similar to Mystery Woman, another Martin series. Nice to see something family oriented nowadays.


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