The Invisible Man
I Am Not Okay with This
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Kelsey Grammer plays an absentee dad seeking redemption from his adult workaholic daughter. They end up going on a cruise she was supposed to go on with her runaway groom, so the film is not a rom-com, but more of a dram-com about them seeking neutral ground and figuring out how to move forward. There are some great supporting actors (Seth Rogen, e.g.) who play the fellow guests on the cruise ship that provide much needed comic relief on what is otherwise an impossibly tough situation--a man who abandoned his daughter when she was five but now wants to do the right thing. It wasn't spectacular, but it kept my attention on a Saturday morning.
Is it a movie about a woman or a man? Feminists looking for a good bout of male bashing will be sorely disappointed, given the actions of the character Steve Trevor. Anyone who was on the fence about the casting of Gal Gadot in the title role will be completely won over, and the fight sequence between the Amazons and German WWI soldiers is like some alternate history simulation from the History channel, when the outgunned Bronze Age opens up a can on 20th Century.
Hard to believe that the original was 20 years ago.