The Invisible Man
The Way Back
Never Rarely Sometimes Always
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Totally enjoyable. Thoroughly predictable and I smiled as each scene unfolded and the 'invader' found himself captured and involved in a story unfolding where he is realized as the central character. Moreso, a character whose ultimate demise appears before his eyes as in a movie. Wonderfully executed and I come back to it every six months to enjoy the unfolding of this interesting story. And what wine would you enjoy? White or red?
First 3/4 good then it takes a horrible nosedive.
I really enjoyed it.
Something different and most welcomed. Worth the watch.
Very unpredictable, didn't see the protagonist coming at all. Pretty good acting, gets boring though.
Interesting, but not thrilling.
David Hyde Pierce is fantastic!
Very underrated film.
this is such a fantastic movie was not expecting this at all great acting great script
The performances are excellent. While at first an intriguing (though stylistically and rhythmically flat) Hitchcock thriller, the story falls apart in the final act, to the point of becoming a completely different movie.