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Smart People

Rated R for language, brief teen drug and alcohol use, and some sexuality.

R 95min.
 
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Commercial director Noam Murro makes the leap to feature films with this comedy drama concerning an aging professor-turned-bitter eccentric due to the death of his longtime wife. Read More
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Lawrence Wetherhold
Janet Hartigan
Chuck Wetherhold
Vanessa Wetherhold
James Wetherhold
William
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April 18, 2010
Pinkpuppy95
"smart people" is a movie for smart poeple. most of the humor alot of stupid people wouldnt get at all. I did find the movie somewhat enjoyable, but it was just too slow at some parts. the acting was good and ot was definately a "quirky" type movie, but i have seen indie movies like this that were, in my opnion, much better. This movie is ok for kids 14+ the f-word is used
September 06, 2008
asdgh ssaamm
This movie was so horrible. Dennis Quaid is so monotone it made me want to cut out my uterus. Don't watch it.
May 22, 2008
bobj404
This Movie reminds us all that our lives aren't the only screwed lives around--its the norm rather than the exception---great acting in this slow moving drama typical of life itself-----truly enjoyed it
May 22, 2008
moviefan452
Smart People has the feel of an indie film. Its opening scenes focus on Lawrence Wetherhold (Dennis Quaid), an English professor at Carnegie Mellon University, who is as absent minded in day-to-day affairs as he brilliant in his field. Read my full review atjohnhuntspace.com/smartpeople.html
May 22, 2008
jojackie3
This was not as good as most indie movies and not as bad as most mainstream movies. The sad depressing tone throughout was a little annoying....I mean, come on, even generally sad people crack a smile once in a while.....at least I think they do. I'm generally happy so I guess I can't speak for the generally sad. The dialogue was good, and I loved Thomas Hayden Church the best-he was the one

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