Intellectual Property (2006) - Rotten Tomatoes

Intellectual Property (2006)





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An eccentric genius is forced to confront the consequences of his own madness in this independent drama. Paul Hadley (Christopher Masterson) is a brilliant but emotionally fragile inventor who has developed a deep and not unjustifiable paranoia after a number of his most advanced ideas have mysteriously appeared as the work of other people. Convinced that someone has been spying on him -- perhaps the government, possibly industrial spies, maybe the Russians -- Hadley becomes increasingly reclusive as he works on his next project, a high-tech item he calls "the cube." One of the only times Hadley leaves his home is to eat, and after becoming a regular customer at a nearby diner, he strikes up a casual friendship with Jenny (Lyndsy Fonesca), a pretty young waitress. When Hadley leaves one of his notebooks at the diner, Jenny decides to stop by his place to return it; certain she's an intruder, Hadley attacks her before he realizes who she is, putting the woman into a coma and forcing him to confront the outside world whether he likes it or not. Intellectual Property was the first feature film from special effects artist-turned-director Nicholas Peterson.
Drama , Mystery & Suspense
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Critic Reviews for Intellectual Property

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Think of it as a new age Pi, but less kinetic and intellectually challenging.

June 21, 2006
Film Threat

Audience Reviews for Intellectual Property


Very interesting. The cover mentions its similar to Pi and in an odd way it is. Also very dissimilar in its own right though

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