The Invisible (2007)

PG-13   |    |  Crime, Drama, Fantasy


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A teenager is left invisible to the living after an attack.


6.2/10
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  • David S. Goyer in The Invisible (2007)
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  • Justin Chatwin at an event for The Invisible (2007)
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12 August 2007 | ichocolat
Nice .. But Coulda Been Better
I am one of the lucky ones who watched the movie first before watching the trailer. So I don't have the same expectations as others who have watched the trailer beforehand did.

I was pleasantly surprised to watch the movie, and I think the movie was nicely done. Honestly, it was hard to crammed a 300+ pages of book into an hour and a half movie, so I was quite happy that the director was able to make the best out of it.

Justin Chatwin, who plays Nick Powell did a great job in his acting. He can convey his feelings to the audiences, and we can't stop feeling sympathy towards him. I believe he got a bright future in front of him.

I like the way that Nick's ghost is made out to be. Instead of Bruce Willis' Sixth Sense, Nick can touch objects. In one scene, he threw a book to a bookshelves, but it returned back to normal in an instance. It gave an impression that Nick thought that what he did was happening when actually nothing had happened.

However, I think the movie could be made better. The storyline was choppy at times, which seemed that the writer was unable to connect the many storyline in the movie. There were a few scenes which were absolutely unnecessary and only served to further confused the audiences.

So a score of 5/10 for this movie.

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