The Invisible Man
I Am Not Okay with This
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You learn many valuable lessons for when a stranger calls - one being that even if you are the fastest person on your track team, the 40 year old heavy breathing serial killer on the other end, will still be faster than you.. and two - If you're babysitting, there's little to no reason to check on the kids, until the killer asks you to.
Nic Cage proves that he is capable of giving a good performance, but it's just his luck, that even during one of his best performances, he's still thrown in the backseat for first timer Gary Poulter - who also happened to be a bum off the street... literally.
The documentaries are top notch, even if there's two too many - but 'Devils Knot' is just a fictionalized pile of shit, that spends half it's time in Pam Hobbs perspective, making her out to be a mother of the year candidate, and master sleuth. Pam Hobbs is nothing but an illiterate crack whore who spent half the HBO series high as a kite, wandering around aimlessly, looking for any reporter that would give her any kind of attention she could get.
'Devil's Knot' is horrible, and the cast is just as bad. Reese as Pam Hobbs? Maybe if she had an IQ of 67, and lost about three teeth.
Cliche driven, predictable buddy picture, which could have done without the gay humor.
I'm still trying to figure out why I enjoyed it - but I did.