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An absent-minded professor discovers "flubber," a rubber-like super-bouncy substance.

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Las Vegas Review-Journal - 9/10 by Carol ClingBring back Fred MacMurray ... a hyper, witless snooze.
Entertainment Weekly - 7/10 by Owen GleibermanAs computer-generated special effects have grown more advanced, they threaten to overwhelm such minor matters as story, character, and emotion. This, however, is not a problem in Flubber (Walt Disney), an agreeably unhinged slapstick jamboree.
Las Vegas Review-Journal - 7/10 by Carol ClingBring back Fred MacMurray ... a hyper, witless snooze.
Variety - 7/10 by Joe LeydonDespite a couple of slow stretches along the way, director Mayfield does a generally fine job of integrating the eye-popping special effects with the simple but serviceable plot. The pace is just brisk enough to satisfy youngsters with short attention spans, and Williams is winning enough to keep audiences of all ages involved.
Washington Post - 7/10 by John F. KellyFlubber, the substance, has more personality than many Hollywood actors. And if Flubber, the movie, isn't quite a slam dunk, at least it's a relatively bouncy way to spend an hour and a half.
ReelViews - 6/10 by James BerardinelliIn fact, there are times when this movie feels like the latest installment in the over-milked Home Alone saga.
Los Angeles Times - 5/10 by John AndersonDirector Les Mayfield ("Miracle on 34th Street") has his moments, of course, but what ultimately was needed in the case of Flubber was a movie with more bounce and less talk.
Christian Science Monitor - 5/10 by David SterrittRobin Williams is no Fred MacMurray, but he plays the hero with his customary energy.
The New York Times - 5/10 by Elvis MitchellThough Mr. Williams sometimes seems on the verge of "Aladdin"-caliber improvisation with the ever-morphing green flubber, the film bogs him down with a fiancee (Marcia Gay Harden) hellbent on making him remember a wedding date, and with the full Hughes retinue of thugs and bullies.
New York Daily News - 5/10 by Jami BernardWith the exception of the handful of scenes in which the Flubber does its stuff, however, the youngsters will no doubt be bored by it all.

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