Secrets of the Universe Great Scientists in Their Own Words (TV Movie 2014)

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Secrets of the Universe Great Scientists in Their Own Words: With Michael Pennington, Albert Einstein, Patricia Fara, Craig MacKay. Rare archive dating back to the 1920s provides a unique insight into the lives and personalities of some of the most brilliant physicists including Albert Einstein, Paul Dirac, Jocelyn Bell-Burnell, and Stephen Hawking.

“u0026quot;Eventually a debt gets too big to pay.u0026quot; Jim Bennett (Wahlberg) is an English professor at a major college, as well as being a high stakes gambler. He isnu0026#39;t very good at either. When he falls into an insurmountable debt to a ruthless loan shark one life begins to bleed into the other and his life, and the lives of those around him, is in danger. Going in I thought this movie could go 1 of 2 ways. It could either be tense and good, or slow and boring. After watching it I would have to say it is more tense and good, but also nothing amazing. I did like this quite a bit and recommend this, but it just seems like they could have done so much more with this character. Another down side of this movie is that it is pretty much like every other movie about gambling. The best part of this movie is John Goodman, but he is so under used that it is a little upsetting. If he was in it more the movie would have been better. Overall, a movie that I did ultimately like and recommend but it is a little generic and lacking the punch it was going for. I give it a B.”


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