Movie Review: ‘The Invisible Man’

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There’s a big mistake at the heart of “The Invisible Man” and that’s letting the audience know from the very title that there is indeed an invisible man. And if there was any confusion as to the literality of that title, most people were introduced to this film through a trailer that shows people being physically attacked by an invisible force. These people aren’t paying tribute to Edward Norton in “Fight Club,” an invisible attacker is the only explanation. The audience is going to be spending this entire movie knowing there’s an invisible man, and as futile as it sounds, looking for an invisible man as well. Elisabeth Moss stars as Cecilia Kass, the ex-girlfriend of the dominating Adrian Griffin, played by Oliver Jackson-Cohen. She flees from his house in the middle of
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