The Invisible Man
The Way Back
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My fat finger prevented me giving this movie 5 stars which is what it deserves. In a word superb. Wonderful noir and wonderful casting. Great fun. Adjani was incomparable.
An excellent film. A fine script, cast, acting, cinematography et cetera. Undeservedly panned by too many critics. Tolkien has an interesting back story worthy as both a piece of fiction or as a docudrama. A good job done by one and all.
This film is much better than many critics suggest. Overall the acting, script, setting and cinematography are very good. There is a grimness, some slightly unbelievable risks are taken by the heroine but it was a good period piece.
Shame on the critics. We really should judge films on the many and varied ways they can shine or fall down. This was an excellent film although more suited to adult audiences with the right disposition. I was really unsure how this film was going to end, and it did not disappoint. The doppelganger aspect of the story was totally believable and it was a pleasure to watch the two leads weave their spell. A gem.