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The Professor's Daughter (2007)

ARTHUR, a brilliant but awkward Computer Science professor, creates an intelligent program that develops a challenging personality. His struggles with his computer "child" force him to ... See full summary »

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Luke Pebler

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Luke Pebler
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Bradley Fisher ... Arthur (as Brad Fisher)
Rachel Style ... Jane
Wayne Roberts ... Wendt
Jean St. James ... Cassandra
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ARTHUR, a brilliant but awkward Computer Science professor, creates an intelligent program that develops a challenging personality. His struggles with his computer "child" force him to reconsider his relationship with his flesh-and-blood daughter. Written by Anonymous

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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

18 February 2007 (USA) See more »

Filming Locations:

Los Angeles, California, USA

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$12,000 (estimated)
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1.78 : 1
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I don't get it
15 April 2007 | by newsuneedSee all my reviews

I just saw THE PROFESSOR'S DAUGHTER at the Wisconsin Film Festival, where it was received with warm, enthusiastic, sincere applause, so the audience liked it, clearly.

But ... I must've missed something. I don't get it. We're given a fairly standard sci-fi template for a story that's been told numerous times before -- the dedicated scientist tinkering with a computer that's on the verge of achieving virtual self-awareness ... It's well-scripted, well-acted, with at least four engaging characters -- the professor, his ex-wife, his sidekick or star student, and his daughter. I really can't fault any of the work here, but I'm not sure what it all adds up to.

As someone who's seen a lot of science fiction movies, THE PROFESSOR'S DAUGHTER establishes a familiar but always intriguing premise, and then ... it's over. If there was a new or different 'riff' on the standard artificial intelligence story line, if there was something added or different here from a dozen films that have told similar stories, it eluded me. It was, basically, the first fifteen minutes of a pretty good sci-fi movie, but it ends without distinguishing itself ...


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