Thursday, February 27, 2020

The Invisible Man Review: You'll definitely win hide and seek with this tech!

The Hit:

The way someone goes completely invisible in this fictional movie, somehow makes me believe the technology used could happen in the near or far future, and the thought of that makes this movie even scarier. 

Cast: Elizabeth Moss, Aldis Hodge, Storm Reid, Harriet Dyer, Michael Dorman, Oliver Jackson-Cohen


Pros: This is one of those edge of your seat type of thrillers and I was surprisingly all in. Not only is the concept of someone near you without you knowing already creepy, but the way it's portrayed was also astounding. The musical score like so many horror and thrillers movies made you get ready to jump, but not that annoying every scene type, however in key moments, and that helped this movie get you more under your skin. The camera work made me guess at times where he could be because it would pan out and I'm sure the director wanted you to focus on a background to try to see if you could tell where he was, and sometimes you could see some things move and other times not at all. I don't see many things with Elizabeth Moss but she did amazing, her character desperately kept trying to prove that she was being stalked and everyone around her thought of her as being crazy. She is an actress I'm gonna keep an eye out, and I knew I recognized her in something and I just checked and came across that she's in the Handmaid's tale, definitely checking that out. 


Cons: I always make it a goal to at least add a couple of cons but I can't think of any, I know this movie is not perfect but I thoroughly enjoyed it. Kept me on the edge of my seat and focused all the way through. 


This movie is up there for me. There have been some hit and miss Horror flicks but this is a hit. Go check it out! 

Key Info: Rated R. Genres: Horror, Mystery, Sci-Fi


The Verdict:

GREEN LIGHT (Go See it)

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