The Invisible Man
I Am Not Okay with This
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A wonderful story....Antonio Banderas was at his best. The 10 year old who played Banderas as a boy was truly a marvel. Great film!
really????? what an empty, aimless waste of time.
Loved everything about it. Antonio & Penelope just keep getting better with age. It is nice to see 2 actors who own their age instead of denying it. The way the movie moved between time frames was very appealing. It keeps your attention. I felt it also showed addiction in a way that wasn't offending to anyone.
We loved it! The acting was superb. Poignant, riveting, heart-felt, honest.
A series of excellent performances that never quite combine into a great film.
Pointless!, is the only word that comes to mind after viewing this TERRIBLE film. Total waste of my hard earned money.
An Almodovar fan for decades, his evolution is palpable. On one level more subtle allowing for greater character development, ironically on the other in true Almodovar style with unsuspecting twists. The acting is formidable by true geniuses of the profession and direction by the same -- loved, loved, love it! Esperando con ancias mas peliculas de este gran director.
The movie was just okay. It slow moving although interesting at times.
So different from Almodovar’s other work but so exquisitely personal and reflective. Beautiful.
Beautifully done! The acting was amazing, including the little boy who plays Salvador.. Didnt expect the upfront drug use, which was depressing. But because of the characterization, it was still beautiful and heartwarming.