The Invisible Kid (1988)





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This pre-teen comedy finds the studious Grover (Jay Underwood) using the notes of his late scientist father to complete a project. With unsolicited help from pigeon droppings, a substance is created that renders the consumer invisible for 30 minutes. The effectiveness decreases by five minutes with each dose, inexplicably expanding to 30 again on the eight attempt. This gives Grover the power to fulfill every hetero teen-male's fantasy; a visit to the girls locker room. Karen Black plays Grover's dizzy mom. .
Comedy , Science Fiction & Fantasy
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Elysian Pictures


Karen Black
as Mom / Deborah
Jay Underwood
as Grover Dunn
Mike Genovese
as Officer Chuck Malone
Wallace Langham
as Milton McClane
Chynna Phillips
as Cindy Moore
Nicolas De Toth
as Donny Zanders
Thomas Cross
as Officer Terell
Brother Theodore
as Dr. Theodore
Wally Ward
as Milton McClane
John Miranda
as Carl the Janitor
Lou Felder
as Father
Jan King
as Singer
John Madden Towey
as Principal Baxter
Theodore Gottlieb
as Dr. Theodore
John Madden Towen
as Principal Baxter
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Critic Reviews for The Invisible Kid

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Full Review… | April 24, 2012
Science Fiction, Horror and Fantasy Film Review Database

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November 2, 2003
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Full Review… | June 16, 2002
Science Fiction, Horror and Fantasy Film Review Database

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Full Review… | December 31, 1999
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Audience Reviews for The Invisible Kid

Ever wondered whether a room with an invisible character could be interesting? I still am. The premise of the Invisible Kid may have been concocted to fit around awkward scheduling inconveniences at the studio, but it still results in a campy hijinks movie with more to laugh at than to laugh with. Complete with Basketball game climax and sneaking into women's locker rooms.

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Altered Ego

I'm the first to review this classic!?? SWEETNESS! Well, lets start off by saying that I was young chap when I first saw this movie. But it was the first movie I remember renting when I was kid. Jay Underwood was the king of nerd flicks in the 80's. He was great in this. I remember wanting to have the power of invisibility and using it to win high school basketball games. This movie made high school seem amazing and adult. Great 80's movie. Can't wait to watch it again!

David Lew
David Lew

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