Memoirs of an Invisible Man (1992)

PG-13   |    |  Comedy, Romance, Sci-Fi

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After a freak accident, a yuppie turns invisible and runs from a treacherous CIA official, while trying to cope with his new life.




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  • Chevy Chase in Memoirs of an Invisible Man (1992)
  • Memoirs of an Invisible Man (1992)
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25 September 2005 | necrophilissimo
| Chevy Chase can be serious when necessary
I have to admit, I was very skeptical about this movie, mostly because most John Carpenter's attempts to do something else than horror or sci-fi have been complete disasters. And having Chevy "cheap comedies" Chase on the cover didn't help. But I'm glad that there still are a few positive surprises lurking in the video rental shelves.

Most movies involving invisible people have been pure special effects extravaganzas with few thrills, so seeing this film was a pleasant fresh meat to the grinder. Performances are great, except perhaps for Hannah (but as she is there for looks, it doesn't hurt). Chase's performance is as solid as it can get and even though there are slight hints of his generic and all-seen comedic maneuvers here and there, when combined with ILM special effects they're fine - a bit like Jim Carrey in "The Mask". Sam Neil is great bad guy, but that's no news for everyone who has seen third "The Omen".

Not to spoil things, I can say that the plot is fine and has several innovative ideas. Just don't expect anything genre-defining or even remotely intelligent, and you're in for an entertaining ride.

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