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Dull and confusing execution makes this ghost story utterly forgettable and unintentionally funny. Read critic reviews

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Nick Powell (Justin Chatwin), a promising young writer, is the victim of a violent attack, then is left for dead. He hovers in a realm between life and death, and the living cannot see him. Nick must unravel the mystery of what happened to him before time runs out and he is lost forever.

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  • May 30, 2016
    Hoooooboy. The Invisible is directed by DAVID S. GOYER and stars JUSTIN CHATWIN. That should be enough to scare people away from watching this "movie." I wanted to like it, especially after reading the synopsis. The premise is interesting enough that, with proper execution, it could produce a cult classic. This is also a remake of a foreign film. People, don't watch this one. Although it sounds interesting, it is poorly acted (Chatwin), sloppily written (Goyer), and generally uninteresting (Goyer, again). The film attempts to develop the antagonist, but she never feels like more than a one-dimensional annoying kid. The Invisible tries so hard to be more than it is instead of playing the hand it was dealt, and the result is borderline laughable. Chatwin has done worse (Dragonball Evolution....), but this is just cringe-worthy. AVOID!
    Ben B Super Reviewer
  • Oct 30, 2013
    The Invisible is a paranormal thriller that's full of mystery and intrigue. When Nick Powell is beaten to within an inch of his life his disembodied spirit searches for a way to save his body before it dies and takes him with it. Starring Justin Chatwin, Margarita Levieva, and Alex O'Loughlin, the cast is pretty strong. The storytelling is also fairly good, and develops the characters particularly well. Still, there are a few weaknesses in the script and some plot holes. However, the visual style is quite interesting and gives the film a gritty, surrealist tone. Additionally, the soundtrack does an impressive job at complimenting the mood of the material (though at times it does get a little too obvious). Smart and compelling, The Invisible is an engaging and dramatic film.
    Dann M Super Reviewer
  • Mar 19, 2012
    Movie was okay, and the story was good, but the girl...I can't believe the guys were so afraid of her. I kept begging one of them to hit her. It was a bit lame and may as well been a depressing video of this teen's life, with so much music throughout the movie. It was so so...
    Donna D Super Reviewer
  • Jan 16, 2012
    The same characters, locales (and target demographics) as the Twilight series ... but a ghost is the supernatural tie-in instead of vampires. Teen angst, misunderstanding, and a alt music soundtrack work to build to a crescendo of blossoming love that doesn't bear scrutiny nor was intended to.
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