I Don’t See What All The Fuss Is About For “The Invisible Man”

Rafael S.
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6 min readMar 5, 2020

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The movie isn’t as sharp as I expected.

I adore anything that has to do with H.G. Wells’ novel, The Invisible Man. The original Universal adaptation from 1933 is one of the best films of its era, Abbott and Costello Meet The Invisible Man is a fun time, and I’ll go to bat any day for Paul Verhoeven’s Hollow Man. The films work because they get to play with a mixture of practical effects and digital effects, and the…

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Rafael S.
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