The Invisible Man
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The book is definitely better than the movie. The suspense and intensity the defines the book is absent in the movie, which just meanders from scene to scene trying to connect the dots in the book. It's ab shame that some people will onloy see the movie and not read the book.
This movie was very inspiring!
Dan Brown is not a good author, but what makes (some of) his books entertaining are the small mysteries and rapidly shifting perspectives that simply don't translate well to film. Despite this, Hanks and McKellen are both great actors that can bring life to any sort of material. Besides, I'm a sucker for Indiana Jones-esque plotlines.
Not Good. Not Bad. Decent and watchable...
All the things that made the book so incredible were left out of the movie. Huge, important pieces of the plot were nowhere to be seen, the acting was quite terrible at times and it all seemed so rushed compared to the book. I do not understand how they still managed to make it last for 2,5 hours. If you haven't yet watched this, don't even bother. Just read the book, it's truly 10 million times better than this crap.
Anything Tom Hanks does is awesome. But this movie is quite good and entertaining. I watch it at least once a year. Great plot, great acting and a very realistic premise.
Um.......wow........everybody on crack back then?. Great movie
Better than what the critics thought!!
So Boring! So juvenile. Ron Howard sucks and what the hell was Tom Hanks thinking?! Great cure for insomnia. That's about it.
The only thing that was able to briefly attempt to make the movie worthwhile was the score by Hans Zimmer.