Starring: Elisabeth Moss, Oliver Jackson-Cohen, Harriet Dyer, Aldis Hodge
Runtime: 2 hours, 4 minutes
Genres: Drama, Horror, Suspense, Sci-Fi
The Invisible Man was probably one of the last movies to be released in 2020 before the pandemic shut down all movie theaters (I'm still sad about that, but let's be honest, I'm not going to the theater again until my son is old enough to watch/sit still/understand). Anyway, I really, really enjoyed this film. It's NOTHING like the original Invisible Man movie - THANK GOD I hated that movie - and is full of science fiction which is my favorite. So the synopsis is about a married battered woman who in runs away from her husband. Next thing she knows, he's dead... and then the thrills start.
This is definitely one of those movies that follows a character who SEEMS to be losing their mind. And those are always fun to watch, especially if you don't know or don't have any idea what the movie aims to be like. For this one, it's pretty clear that she's not crazy - and there's no way I can spoil this, I mean the title of the movie describes it all. Almost reminds me of that movie with Claire Foy Unsane with the same sort of aspects in regards to mental health.
I really enjoyed the science fiction aspect of this film. It's always fun to see what creative minds come up with in the movie landscape and think about whether or not these things can become true in real life. Speaking of real life, I'm amazed at all the minds that I work with coming up with ways to better human health - hats off to them! Okay... now that I've gotten that out of the way...
I'm going to give this film a "loved it." I really enjoyed watching it, it has plenty of thrills and jump factors to make it exciting. 5/5.
"If that boy were an apple, he'd be a delicious"
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