The movie is from 2000-2009. English (US).

It involves a lot of mystery and guessing. I remember a character showing another character a room full of antique items ALL of which are fake. Then there's a drawing of a 'fish' as the answer to one of the mysteries.

Finally the antagonist poses as a bus driver driving a bunch of mentally challenged kids to death,so that he can use their healthy organ for his/her sick kid.

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    Approximate year? Country\language? Recognizable actors? Where\when did you see it? (Pretty sure I know what you're after, but these would really help...) – Walt Oct 3 '15 at 16:29
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    2000-2009. English(US). I saw it on my friend's laptop. Don't remember any of the actors :( Please help! – Raafi Oct 3 '15 at 17:06

Sounds like The Oxford Murders from 2008 with Elijah Wood and John Hurt.

At Oxford University, a professor and a grad student work together to try to stop a potential series of murders seemingly linked by mathematical symbols.

At some point, a bus driver blows up a bus full of mentally challenged children whose organs he needs to save his daughter. And a drawing of a 'Jesus Fish' figures into the plot. Here's the trailer:

  • I don't have enough reputations for my upvote to be publicly displayed. How do I thank you?! You saved me a lot of brainache! – Raafi Oct 3 '15 at 17:37

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