The Invisible Man
The Way Back
Never Rarely Sometimes Always
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This was a good movie. It was serious, funny, and the storyline was great. Highly recommend.
I really enjoyed this movie.
Despite being overtly stigmatic - The upside overcomes type casting to became a rare feel good film.
I really enjoyed this and don't really understand why the critics gave it such poor reviews. It was touching and made me laugh and cry.
A nice visually appealing drama with good character depth. A little longer than it probably should have been, but still pretty charming.
I enjoyed the movie and thought it was an emotional rollercoaster. The story has many laughs and also has some heartfelt moments. The overall concept of disability and change made is a good drama.
Don’t believe the critics. Very entertaining movie.
I liked it. There were a few good bits. Cranston and Kidman both did their thing. No over acting.
That helped me deal with the cheese factor. Hart was also good. He had a few good lines. But I doubt I'll watch it again.
I'm watching it for the second time and enjoying it. Kevin Hart and Bryan Cranston are both good in their roles. I'm not surprised that the audience liked it more than the critics.
Loved it! Love Kevin!