Invisible, The : Movie Review

A brooding, unfocused metaphysical drama about a teen caught between this world and the next, The Invisible is destined for cinematic purgatory, where poorly executed Hollywood remakes of foreign-language films go after quickly disappearing from theaters. Lackadaisically directed by screenwriter David Goyer, this wan and ridiculously muddled adaptation of the 2002 Swedish film Den Osynlige fails to generate any semblance of dramatic tension or emotional intrigue, despite the heavy-duty emoting of the cast, led by Justin Chatwin (War of the Worlds) and Oscar winner Marcia Gay Harden.

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Author : Tim Knight