CINEMANIA: Guess the movie title
[579] CINEMANIA: Guess the movie title - *********, a janitor at MIT, has a gift for mathematics but needs help from a psychologist to find direction in his life. Film was made in 1997. - #brainteasers #movie #film #cinemania - Correct Answers: 58 - The first user who solved this task is Sanja Šabović
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CINEMANIA: Guess the movie title

*********, a janitor at MIT, has a gift for mathematics but needs help from a psychologist to find direction in his life. Film was made in 1997.
Correct answers: 58
The first user who solved this task is Sanja Šabović.
#brainteasers #movie #film #cinemania
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Playing house...

A couple of young children are at day care one day when one of the little girls approaches Tommy and says, "Hey, Tommy, wanna play house?"

"Sure! What do you want me to do?" he asks.

The little girl replies, "I want you to communicate your feelings."

"Communicate my feelings?" questions a bewildered Tommy. "I have no idea what that means..."

The little girl smirks and says, "Perfect. You can be the husband."

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Sir Robert Edwards

Born 27 Sep 1925; died 10 Apr 2013 at age 87.Robert Geoffrey Edwards was a British medical researcher who, with Patrick Steptoe, perfected in-vitro fertilization (IVF) of the human egg. Their technique made possible the birth of Louise Brown, the world's first “test-tube baby,” on 25 Jul 1978, to parents that had previously spent nine years trying to start a family. Edwards became the sole recipient of the Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine, in 2010, “for the development of in vitro fertilization.” (His colleague, Steptoe could not be a posthumous recipient; he died in 1988.) They began in the late 1960s, but their research had to be privately financed, since the medical establishment found the idea of a “test-tube baby” repugnant. So they worked in a secluded laboratory at a small hospital in Oldham. It took persistence with over 100 frustrating failures before the first success. Millions of births have since been enabled by IVF.«
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