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E=mc2 (1996)

R | | Comedy, Romance | 9 July 1996 (USA)
A physicist struggling to prove one of Einstein's theories still finds time to dabble in an extra-curricular relationship with one of his lab assistants. Meanwhile at home his under-sexed ... See full summary »

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Dr. Paul Higgins
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Claire Higgins
Liza Walker ...
Lucy Amore
James Villiers ...
Dr. James Mallinson
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Dr. Eric Amore
Byrne Piven ...
The President
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Tabitha Wady ...
Leos Girl
Michael Keating ...
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A physicist struggling to prove one of Einstein's theories still finds time to dabble in an extra-curricular relationship with one of his lab assistants. Meanwhile at home his under-sexed wife struggles under the assumption that he is hard at work with his experiments. All of which explodes when she discovers otherwise. Written by John Sacksteder <jsackste@bellsouth.net>

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Comedy | Romance

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Wavelength  »

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Excellent Film
12 June 2007 | by See all my reviews

The film puts the superb talents of Jeremy Piven to excellent use in the role of an Oxford Physics Professor. The principles of physics mentioned in the movie were accurate and the descriptions of them were interesting even to an experienced physicist. The repetition of the themes in the movie is well done and provides a satisfying storyline. The character's emotions are very believable, particularly those of the lab group characters. Oxford, of course, provides a beautiful setting for any movie. Overall, this movie combines quality acting and the mysteries of physics to produce a fun experience. This movie is especially recommended for socials involving undergraduate and graduate students majoring in physics.


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