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PhenomenonOn his birthday, mechanic George Malley (John Travolta) sees a flash of light and discovers he now has super-intelligence and telekinesis. George wishes to help people, but the government wants to take him in for observation.
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Directors of "Phenomenon"Jon TurteltaubBirthdate: 8 August 1963, New York City, New York, USA
Creators of "Phenomenon"Gerald Di PegoBirthdate: 1941
Critic Reviews of "Phenomenon"USA TodayJanuary 01, 2000
Works best if you can switch off your brain. Those who can will reach weepy nirvana. Those who can't will find this sticky-sweet wallow a bit, well, dumb.Common Sense MediaDecember 15, 2010
Gentle tearjerker about sudden mental superpowers.Kansas City KansanOctober 16, 2004
Flawed story, but compelling story does hook one.Juicy CerebellumJuly 21, 2004
Pretty lame Scientology type stuff.Movie Mom at Yahoo! MoviesJuly 26, 2003
Bittersweet.Reno Gazette-JournalMay 02, 2003
Touching supernatural thriller that works thanks to compelling performances from its stars.Aisle SeatMarch 07, 2003
New Age crapSpirituality and PracticeMarch 13, 2002
A deeply satisfying movie directed by Jon Turteltaub that celebrates the bounties and the mystery of the human spirit.Laramie Movie ScopeJuly 11, 2001
The part of the movie where Malley awakens to the possibilities around him is interesting, but then it loses its way.
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