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Michael Cole over 2 years ago
Has amusing moments, but otherwise a pretty standard romantic comedy.
Hannah Proctor over 7 years ago
Such a novel idea for a romantic comedy!
Don Lathrop 5 months ago
Justinas Jarukaitis almost 2 years ago
Luis Uribe over 4 years ago
Marlene almost 5 years ago
Tom o'brien 5 years ago
Becky over 5 years ago
Timothy Bishop over 5 years ago
Amanda Allen almost 6 years ago
Eric Ratzlaff 6 years ago
Carles over 6 years ago
Federica almost 7 years ago
Kat Forsyth 7 years ago
Charles Barker over 7 years ago
Ishpreet Damir over 7 years ago
Munish Gupta over 7 years ago
I.Q. is a 1994 American romantic comedy film directed by Fred Schepisi and starring Tim Robbins, Meg Ryan, and Walter Matthau. The original music score was composed by Jerry Goldsmith. The film centers on a mechanic and a Princeton doctoral candidate who fall in love, thanks to the candidate's uncle, Albert Einstein. An amiable garage mechanic, Ed Walters (Tim Robbins), meets Catherine Boyd (Meg Ryan), a beautiful Princeton University mathematics doctoral candidate, as she comes into the garage, accompanied by her stiff and fussy English fiancé, experimental psychology professor James Moreland (Stephen Fry). There is an immediate connection, but she refuses to acknowledge it. Finding a watch she left at the garage, Ed travels to her address and finds himself face to face with Albert Einstein (Walter Matthau), who is Catherine's uncle. Albert, portrayed as a fun-loving genius who along with his mischievous friends, fellow scientists Nathan Liebknecht (Joseph Maher), Kurt Gödel (Lou...
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