The Genesis Code

Synopsis: A college hockey player and a female journalism student struggle to find common ground with their spiritual faith and scientific studies.
Genre: Drama
Production: Rocky Mountain Pictures
 
IMDB:
5.4
PG
Year:
2010
138 min
Website
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Man on PA:
Heading for

the neutral zone.

Avoids a hit

along the boards!

Now in the net, shoots...

And that one is smacked away

by Patrick.

The puck is driven

behind the Panther net.

Going after it is Stayner

for the Monarchs.

And a solid hit by

Van Fleet in the corner,

as Temple now controls the puck

and breaks out of the zone.

Here comes Teller

along the boards.

He fires one top,

shoots it just wide.

And here he comes again,

the Monarchs' young sensation,

Blake Truman.

You can feel the electricity

in the crowd when Blake

gets in his zone.

It's Truman,

in alone on the net.

Panther goalie Tony Patrick

hasn't had much success.

Now it's Little Pistachio,

heading into the board.

And a thunderous hit

by Walhart

sends him

tumbling onto the ice.

He's spun around by

the Panther defense.

Jumping on the loose puck

is Truman,

and Patrick covers up.

Gets himself to the net.

He shoots, he scores!

Nice shot by

Blake Truman.

There's a scramble

in front of the Monarch net.

And Monarch goalie Tyler Ross

comes up with a glove save,

and he's joined by a host of

players from both teams.

Building up head steam

through the neutral zone.

Avoids a monstrous hit

by Green.

And he's finally

upended by Bradford

with a vicious hip check.

Truman over

to Shane Thomas.

Breaking in all roads.

He shoots.

He scores!

Time is winding down now in

the third period,

which has 15 seconds left.

The crowd on their feet,

cheering on their Monarchs!

And here they come, their final

rush to the gate!

It's Truman slicing

the puck to Laughton!

Now Laughton back to Truman as

he's taken out of the play!

Truman with the puck!

That's it!

It is over!

A one-sided affair

by the score,

but Temple fought all the way.

That was insane!

Woo!

Yeah!

Hi, Blake Truman?

And who wants to know?

I'm Kerry Wells.

Hope you don't mind if

I sit down for a minute.

So I see you're

a classic-lit major.

What, are you writing

a book?

No, actually,

I'm with the school paper

and I'm doing a story on Madison

College's new hockey super jock.

Aren't you the lucky one?

So, Blake, tell me

about yourself.

This isn't gonna be

one of those

he-was-born-in-a-log-cabin,

walked-to-school-every-day-

six-miles-uphill-both-ways

epics, is it?

I have to start

somewhere, I'm sorry.

Let's just skip the trivia

and get right to

the important part.

You know, the "how'd you get

to be so great" part.

okay.

So where were you born?

You know, in order for this

to be a really good story,

there needs to be

some serious empathy

between the writer

and subject.

Here, I'll show you.

Kerry, wasn't it?

Classic lit

and a steel-trap memory.

So tell me, Kerry.

- How's your love life?

- Excuse me?

You heard me.

You hooking up with anyone

special right now?

I don't think that

that's any of your business.

But it is-

You know, the empathy thing.

Creating that link between

the interviewer

and the interviewee.

So are you?

I was, if you must know.

Was, huh?

Was it serious?

Well, I thought so.

- Who broke it off?

- I did.

Why?

Because he wanted something

I don't plan to share

until I'm married.

What?

Classic lit, staggering

intellect, but very bad hearing.

No, I just- I thought I heard

you say you were-

"Chaste" is the word I

believe you're stumbling over.

Close enough.

It's just, I've never met

a chaste girl before.

Really?

Well, this must be

your lucky day.

Let me guess,

I bet you're a believer.

And you figured that out

with only one question.

- You're so smart.

- man:
There he is.

- What's going on, man?

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