The Invisible Man (review)

The Invisible Man (review)
The Invisible Man (review)
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Anyone familiar with the classic film will find this thriller a total departure. As the story begins, Elizabeth Moss, who looks miserable and frightened for most of the movie, is sneaking out of the house and the relationship that’s ruining her life. The boyfriend wants her back and uses his innovative optical technology to stalk and terrify her. Director Leigh Whannell (best known for the Saw and Insidious films) has kept the first third of the film very low-key with ominous promise. Once bad things start happening, the tension ramps up to deliver a compelling experience. The violence is quickly dispatched and the logic strains at times, but it’s still enjoyable to watch it unfold.


4 out of 5 stars (4 / 5)


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