Think Tank (film)

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Think Tank
Directed by Brian Petersen
Produced by Sean Covel
Chris "Doc" Wyatt
Written by Brian Petersen
Starring Brian Petersen
James Avery
Tina Majorino
Distributed by CF Entertainment
Release date
  • June 18, 2006 (2006-06-18)
Running time
96 minutes
Language English

Think Tank is a comedy feature film written and directed by the Brian Petersen,[1] star of MTV's "Sportblender".[2] The film was produced by Chris Wyatt and Sean Covel (Napoleon Dynamite, Beneath). It was released theatrically by Conservative Films & Entertainment,[3] on DVD by Monarch Home Video,[4] broadcast on US cable by Starz, and available online through Netflix's "Watch Instantly" feature.[5]

Plot[edit]

Having already achieved some level of notoriety for their first invention, four ambitious inventors form an exclusive club of MENSA wannabes known as the "Think Tank." The hangout of choice for these big-brained innovators is Jon's Pool Hall, a modest local gaming facility that is likely to be put out of business when the monolithic "Palace of Pool" opens its doors. Perhaps if these brainstorming geniuses can finally perfect the game of "frictionless pool" there may be a glimmer of hope for Jon's Pool Hall after all.[6]

References[edit]

  1. ^ http://www.imdb.com/name/nm0962358/
  2. ^ http://wklondon.typepad.com/welcome_to_optimism/2006/09/sportsblender.html
  3. ^ http://www.conservativefilms.com/CFEMain.html
  4. ^ http://www.monarchvideo.com/movie.php/97419
  5. ^ http://www.netflix.com/Movie/Think_Tank/70081684?lnkce=seRtLn&trkid=222336&lnkctr=srchrd-sr&strkid=600646605_0_0&strackid=1d1948573f01ebb9_0_srl
  6. ^ http://www.fandango.com/thinktank_v317977/summary

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