The Invisible Man
The Way Back
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Too disjointed and lacking narrative. The acting was ok, but you can tell the script was written specifically to give the actors lengthy, impassioned speeches that have little to do with the story. I hate films where you are always having to determine what is imaginary and what is real. It was OK to pass 90 minutes but I will most happily never see it again, nor could I recommend it.
One has to wonder why Blake Lively keeps getting work. She is completely awful as an actress. My first recollection of her was her abysmal performance in The Town, where she should not have been allowed in the same room as Rebecca Hall. It hasn't gotten any better. Now she is making an attempt to climb out from under her good looks and the result is even worse. She can't act, and in this movie she looks like hell. The action scenes aren't well done and you will get the old familiar trope of the 105 lb woman beating up numerous well trained bad guys twice her size. You are better off just binge watching Nikita - at least Maggie Q can somewhat emote.
It was minorly enjoyable except all the major plot holes were annoying. What are three things that will never be quiet on demand? 1) A Baby 2) A 3-year old 3) A 5-year old
Barely watchable. Production values below par and no acting or directing talent to speak of. And by the way - you can't take a blonde, blue-eyed Dutch woman with a supermodel's body and just darken her hair a shade and put glasses on her and suddenly make her believable as a plain-Jane.
It was well acted, for the most part. Alan Alda just tottering along collecting a paycheck, but Dern and Driver were good, and an excellent performance from Johanssen, who I never considered a serious actress before now. Unfortunately, the script was lousy so the story didn't compel me at all, and I was looking at my watch every 5 minutes during the last half hour.