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Flubber is a 1997 science fiction comedy film directed by Les Mayfield, produced by Disney and Great Oaks, and starring the late Robin Williams.
- Tiresome and boring storyline that only kids would be interested in.
- Uninspired and overly-simplistic script.
- Underdeveloped human characters.
- It's not really faithful to the original The Absent-Minded Professor.
- Most of the jokes don't work and are not really funny.
- The relationship between Philip and Sara is a rather awkward part of the story.
- The cliches are weird and awkward.
- Speaking of the original The Absent-Minded Professor, it doesn’t have much of the charm to it.
- While good, Robin Williams didn't live up to his potential.
- This film killed Great Oaks Productions (though to be fair, none of their movies were really good).
- Weebo and Flubber are particularly likable, cool, and funny characters.
- On that topic, Flubber is very cute.
- Decent acting. Jodi Benson did a great job as the voice of Weebo.
- Great special effects, which still look good today.
- Some good humor here and there.
- The basketball scene was entertaining.
- Weebo's death was very emotional.
- Amazing score by Danny Elfman.