Having already missed his wedding to his beautiful sweetheart, Sara, twice, the happy, absent-minded professor, Dr Phillip Brainard, is struggling to come up with a brilliant invention to save Medfield College from closure. However, as good things come to those who wait, the eccentric inventor stumbles upon an innovative but highly unstable formula for "Flubber", a mysterious rubber-like hybrid elastomer that can lift objects, bouncing and stretching as if it had a mind of its own. Of course, this unique but untamed creation catches the attention of a ruthless rival who is bent on getting his hands on the extraordinary substance. But first, he will have to catch it. Can Dr Brainard protect his invention?Written by
When Professor Brainard finishes the Flubber formula, a wire frame of a truncated cuboctahedron can be seen on the computer screen. See more »
When Brainard first discovered the Flubber and upon seeing the Flubber sneezing he commented that in the pot it was 77 "degrees" Kelvin.
Kelvin is an absolute unit, not a relative unit like Celsius or Fahrenheit. So the "degree" doesn't belong in that statement. See more »
[Smith and Wesson discuss the incident at Brainard's house]
All right. One more time, what happened?
He took a golf ball. He rubbed this cream on it and then the golf ball took and...
[Wesson makes a popping sound]
...popped Smith in the head.
I got hit with a bowling ball.
Were you drinking?
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The opening credits are presented with scientific icons. See more »
Robin Williams and Flubber are the stars of this easy comedy aboutabsent - minded professor, his sentimental life, his robots and enemies. The second virtue - resurrection of the memories about Son of Flubber and The Nutty Professor ( 1963 ). And a nice role for young Wil Wheaton. So, adventure, laughs and Robin Willians.
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