The Invisible Man

The Invisible Man

Working in Dr. Cranley's laboratory, scientist Jack Griffin was always given the latitude to conduct somhe of his own experiments. His sudden departure, however, has Cranley's daughter Flora worried about him. Griffin has taken a room at the nearby Lion's Head Inn, hoping to reverse an experiment he conducted on himself that made him invisible. Unfortunately, the drug he used has also warped his mind, making him aggressive and dangerous. He's prepared to do whatever it takes to restore his appearance, and several will die in the process.

A scientist finds a way of becoming invisible, but in doing so, he becomes murderously insane. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


The Invisible Man torrent reviews

Scooter P (gb) wrote: Well I just loved this movie. Emma Roberts always came off as a cheesy B-list nobody to me, but this role was perfectly acted. I can't believe I enjoyed a movie with James Franco in it, either! This movie is clearly made by one of the Coppola girls, with the focus on ennui and female empowerment. Can't wait to see what Gia does next.

Tit M (ca) wrote: tres decevant thriller en carton

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roger t (ag) wrote: i really enjoyed this dystopian look ahead from director winterbottom. loved the mick jones karaoke scene and natalie mendoza's small supporting screen time as well. favorite line: i miss you.....

Jack S (mx) wrote: My favourite of the Resident Evil films. It's the only one that follows the plot of an actual Resident Evil game. And it's hilariously cheesy.

Jeff B (br) wrote: I see this film listed under documentary, drama, action & adventure, comedy. But they missed it. This is nothing if not a psychological thriller, emphasis on psychological. Torkild (Soren Pilmark) is the papa bear. He's just turned 40 and is feeling the pull to settle down. Of course, his girlfriend leaving him only puts salt in the wound. His aggravation is palpitate when Stefan and his girlfriend go at it upstairs in the restaurant while the boys watch a movie below. But then maybe papa bear is not only jealous of one of his wards obtaining intimacy where he couldn't, but are his father instincts kicking in as well? So this psychological profile of a bunch of psychotics, takes on more intrigue when looked at in this manor. We see how important the father, or lack of father figure plays in the film. For instance, for Arne, Torkild's controlling demeanour is too reminiscent of his own father, but he finds release in the older Alfred taking Arne under his wing when they go hunting so that Arne can "work off" his frustration. After, the oft aggravated Arne is found almost serene and Zen like. Peter, on the other hand, is the stable psychotic, if you will. He just goes along with most of the insanity, neither blowing up or getting too low. These boys certainly have the makings of career criminals, but it's the coming together of all and their need to grow beyond mere corruption and crime, to take on greater meaning in their lives that actually pulls them together and the film as well. Nothing sensational here. A bit slow at times and disengaging, but enough going on to help one see it through to the end.

Carol H (de) wrote: "Babar" was one of my favorite movies as a child. But it's not the sort of movie that you love forever.

David S (ca) wrote: Mounted with lame humour, this movie doesn't scrape the brilliance the first movie showed.

Heather R (ca) wrote: Sweet movie about perspective and independence. Matthau is a retiree living w/ his son's family, ends up identifying with a teenager just getting her life together. The family values may be a bit dated, but I don't want to ruin the story. It's a sweet movie.

Greg W (kr) wrote: year s/b 1942 not 1991 flixter!

Cam D (ru) wrote: While it was in fact a good movie... The story was a bit hard to follow.

Lee M (jp) wrote: John Cassavetes's career of risk taking comes to a climax in this rich, original, emotionally magnificent 1984 film.

Gary B (us) wrote: I really enjoyed the style of humor. Lots to like about it. Gets a little formulaic in the middle, but still has plenty of surprising laughs.