The Invisible Reviews

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April 27, 2014
Yes, it's a great premise, but the execution was very weak.
July 6, 2010
Director David S. Goyer turned the familiar sights of our fair city into a seething battleground for vampires in 2004's Blade: Trinity, but his latest Vancouver-shot supernatural flick doesn't have nearly as much bite.
May 13, 2009
January 26, 2008
idea dramatos poy ginetai idea thriler me eyeliktes symbaseis, ginetai syntoma Arlekin efibikoy aghoys poy den thes na diabaseis
November 3, 2007
...has been designed to appeal solely to the coveted "tween" demographic...
October 31, 2007
Supernatural teen thriller is preposterous, awful.
October 17, 2007
Never satisfying no matter what genre it attempts.
October 15, 2007
There are some interesting ideas afoot, but there's also a struggle as to which to direction it wants to head.
October 10, 2007
...a quietly sad and lonely film about quietly sad and lonely people.
September 14, 2007
A mash-up of Ghost and The O.C. with a point-of-view directed with uncompromising resolve at the protagonist's navel.
June 22, 2007
The Invisible plays like a self-indulgent adolescent wish-fulfillment fantasy.
June 10, 2007
Thought-provoking, philosophical and always interesting, "The Invisible" is likely to remain that way, particular when Spidey swings on to the big screen. It's too bad that this well-wrought, intelligent movie may not find an audience %u2013 perhaps a DVD
May 13, 2007
stylishly shot and halfway intelligent
May 10, 2007
Contains an intriguing idea, brought only sporadically to life by director David S. Goyer
May 9, 2007
The Invisible lives down to its name--this is a visually forgettable flick. More subpar than supernatural.
May 7, 2007
...bathetic teen angst.
May 7, 2007
Never manages to dig out any real depth; rather, it feels like it was adapted straight from a paean to adolescent woes scrawled by a tenth grader in a spiral notebook.
May 7, 2007
Teen angst is teen angst whether it's DOA or MIA, and c'mon, if you really want to go all Swede-emo on us, you're always going to run up against the immovable cinematic woegasm that was Ingmar Bergman. Never a smart move, that.
May 6, 2007
So dreary and it disappear soon.
May 5, 2007
My screening presented the final reel upside down and backward; no difference whatsoever.
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