After a 16-year absence, Claire and Matt Thompson are reintroduced to "The Jensen Project" — a secret community of geniuses conducting advanced underground research to solve the world's most difficult problems. But their return is far from a social visit. The former scientists, accompanied by their tech-minded teenage son Brody, are thrust into a frantic pursuit to keep a potentially dangerous technology from falling into the wrong hands. The chase takes you on a roller-coaster adventure of dark schemes and covert alliances. As the family races against the clock to stop the group's rogue faction, they discover an important truth. In this high-pressure, high-tech world, sometimes the smartest thing we can do is to open up and learn to lean on each other...
Runtime: 90 minutes
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Kellie Noelle Martin (born October 16, 1975) is an American television actress. She is known for her roles as Rebecca “Becca” Thatcher in Life Goes On (1989–1993), Christy Huddleston in Christy (1994–1995), Lucy Knight on ER (1998–2000), Samantha Kinsey in Mystery Woman (2003–2007), and as Hailey Dean in the Hailey Dean Mystery series (2016–present).
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From 1991 to 1995, Martin supplied the voice of Molly Tasmanian Devil on Taz-Mania. In 1993, she played Sherry in Matinee, and made a guest appearance as Cleo Walker on an episode of seaQuest DSV, titled “Brothers and Sisters”. In 1994, she starred on her own series, Christy. In 1994, she starred on the Lifetime movie A Friend to Die For. In 1995, she starred on The Face on the Milk Carton, a TV film based on the book by Caroline Cooney about a teenager who finds out she was kidnapped from her real family 13 years prior and had been raised by the parents of her kidnapper. She was in A Goofy Movie as the voice of Roxanne, Max's love interest. In 1996, Martin starred as deaf abuse-victim Laura Keyes on Lifetime's TV movie After the Silence (or Breaking Through). She starred in a made for TV movie Hidden in Silence (Lifetime Television). From 1998–2000, Martin appeared on the medical drama ER as medical student Lucy Knight. Martin was still going to Yale at the time and postponed her education so that she could join the cast.
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