Posted this post 3 times and still everybody refuses to help me. Please help me this time.

From what I remember from this movie, it looks old, possibly from the 1980’s, 90’s, or 2000’s, I’m not sure. It’s an American Sci-fi movie in English I partially saw on TV in color twice in my adolescent years. I don’t know anything about the actors/actresses’ names.

In the movie, a scientist has a rival scientist whom he forces to cancel some sort of launch. At one point, the rival scientist was seen with his strong driver holding his enemy and his enemy’s friend at gunpoint unaware that it was all being recorded on a security camera. Then, when the rival scientist is at the conference and after the good scientist and his friend escape with the help of his imaginary, ghost-like “girlfriend” and the strong driver has been dealt with by the good scientist, some reporters show the footage involving the gunpoint to everyone and they mention and claim at one point that he actually “discovered New Jersey.” instead of some new planet or something.

At the end, after the rival scientist has been arrested when trying to flee to no avail, the good scientist closes his eyes and uses a special somewhat magic, space stone he has in one hand in order to turn his beautiful, somewhat ghost-like, imaginary woman girlfriend whom he has been in love with since probably the beginning into a real woman at the end of the movie.

At one point in the movie, I remember the good scientist was playing chess with the imaginary, ghostly-like woman too.

So, please, it’s been 12 days and I still haven’t gotten a straight answer.

16 thoughts on “Posted this post 3 times and still everybody refuses to help me. Please help me this time.

  1. I watch alot of movies and based on your description I can’t pull up any memories of this…. your expecting someone to know instead of hoping someone will know so chill out just keep posting it every once in awhile and maybe someone will log on and know the answer. We generally only answer your post if someone has an idea

  2. Thirty years is a really long time. You say you saw it twice during adolescence, so can you narrow it down to one decade?

    1. I mean this movie possibly came out in 1980 something or 1990 something or 2000 something; probably before or after my birth, and I saw it when I was a teenager

  3. Ok so I took a couple facts from this memory. This contains scientists, a woman he’s been in love with from the beginning whom he makes real (spoiler alert) at the end. He is able to talk to her as well throughout the movie. Bla bla bla. Can it be ‘The Man with two Brains?’
    https://youtu.be/wOBl9W7_AbI

  4. “I mean this movie possibly came out in 1980 something or 1990 something or 2000 something; probably before or after my birth”

    Seems reasonable… the only alternative being that it came out the instant you were born. I’m gonna go out on a limb and suggest that your movie is “Troll”…

    1. @Mysterioii What I mean is I’m not sure which year it came out. Either before or after 1992, the year I was born. Therefore, I’m not sure if what I saw was an old movie or not on TV when I was a teenager.

      @Roxanne No it’s not “The Man with 2 Brains”. Thanks for trying though.

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