The Invisible Man Reviews

  • 1h ago

    No character development whatsoever. This film is so predictable that it hurts. I felt like I needed to have my own throat cut by the end of this film to put me out of my misery.

    No character development whatsoever. This film is so predictable that it hurts. I felt like I needed to have my own throat cut by the end of this film to put me out of my misery.

  • 2h ago

    Suspense a full! Intriga de inicio a fin. Muy buena.

    Suspense a full! Intriga de inicio a fin. Muy buena.

  • 2h ago

    Recomiendo. Me gustó mucho

    Recomiendo. Me gustó mucho

  • 2h ago

    Predictable and boring. The title says it all. Very disappointing.

    Predictable and boring. The title says it all. Very disappointing.

  • 3h ago

    The Invisible Man was a fantastic modern take on a classic character. Best thriller/horror film of 2020 so far, hands down!

    The Invisible Man was a fantastic modern take on a classic character. Best thriller/horror film of 2020 so far, hands down!

  • 3h ago

    This is a rotten tomato

    This is a rotten tomato

  • 3h ago

    What a suspenseful movie that I just watched, and what a huge plot twist at the end, I thought this movie was pretty good

    What a suspenseful movie that I just watched, and what a huge plot twist at the end, I thought this movie was pretty good

  • 6h ago

    Fail. Totaly dissapointing.

    Fail. Totaly dissapointing.

  • 6h ago

    A technically excellent and genuinely frightening movie with solid direction and performances. Here is a movie that takes its time, builds atmosphere, timing, story, and leads up to a thrilling climax. What is impressive is that the filmmakers have strayed from the H.G. Wells book and reformed its essential premise into a smartly paranoiac tale of a woman named Cecilia (Elizabeth Moss) who thinks she's being hunted and tormented by her abusive ex-boyfriend--who as the title suggests can't be seen, touched, detected, investigated, or be subject to any form of consequence.

    A technically excellent and genuinely frightening movie with solid direction and performances. Here is a movie that takes its time, builds atmosphere, timing, story, and leads up to a thrilling climax. What is impressive is that the filmmakers have strayed from the H.G. Wells book and reformed its essential premise into a smartly paranoiac tale of a woman named Cecilia (Elizabeth Moss) who thinks she's being hunted and tormented by her abusive ex-boyfriend--who as the title suggests can't be seen, touched, detected, investigated, or be subject to any form of consequence.

  • 6h ago

    3.75* I was very impressed with this, but it should be noted that my expectations weren't high at all. But I found it to very interesting and it kept my attention from beginning to end. It had a couple scenes that got to me a bit (startled me) so that was cool. I didn't like the ending though (probably bc I was rooting for the other party). The CGI was really good here and everything was believable. As usual w a movie like this there are some plot holes and decisions that are questionable, but I won't count that against this movie. I would recommend this movie. Its a fun watch.

    3.75* I was very impressed with this, but it should be noted that my expectations weren't high at all. But I found it to very interesting and it kept my attention from beginning to end. It had a couple scenes that got to me a bit (startled me) so that was cool. I didn't like the ending though (probably bc I was rooting for the other party). The CGI was really good here and everything was believable. As usual w a movie like this there are some plot holes and decisions that are questionable, but I won't count that against this movie. I would recommend this movie. Its a fun watch.