The Invisible Man (2020)

A friend and I took in the a late opening night screening of Elisabeth Moss’ remake of The Invisible Man. Prior to our deciding I checked out Rotten Tomatoes for a rating, I was quite assured I was going to see something good when the cynics, sorry I mean critics leave it a 90%+ rating.

I wonder how much Moss’ role of Offred in The Handmaid’s Tale truly prepared her for this role, she was expert in her delivery of fear yet also managing some restraint.

I loved how the film approached the invisible man aspect making it unique, very cool indeed. There was an element of predictability I felt to the film, and I’ll freely admit I am not the best at picking up these things as I’m typically absorbed into the flick to care less.

Probably not the scariest thriller on the block, but quite enjoyable. Agree with Rotten Tomatoes rating.

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