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"The Invisible" has an interesting premise, but the script was poorly written and overall the movie was just awful. The acting was bland all-around and Chatwin's performance in particular was extremely wooden (akin to Hayden Christensen's lame performance in the last couple "Star Wars" movies). The aforementioned spoiler info really made this movie terrible and I can't believe the writers/directors would do that. It could have been OK if the characters had more depth, however the character development was pretty thin and I still can't figure out why Annie was so angry and messed up. She was lashing out at the world during the whole movie, but the so-called reasons why she's like that really didn't seem to fit. She just seemed to be angry and out of control for no reason. In addition, the drama between the characters (and even their dialog) was poorly written. They all had so many problems, but no reason behind them… so it was kind of like watching "American Pie" except everyone has a severe case of chronic depression or some mental disorder… which really took
All in all, I'd give this movie 1 STAR (out of 5). Re-watch value: NONE
Yes indeed another movie that should have listen to its own name and stayed invisible off the screens. "The Invisible" is from the producers of "The sixth sense" and the co-writer of "Batman Begins" a story about Nick, is a high school senior with a bright future until, in a tragic case of mistaken identity, he is brutally attacked by a troubled girl, Annie, and his body is left for dead. Now in limbo, not quite dead but invisible to the living, his spirit can only watch as his mother and the police search frantically for him, unaware that he is only hours away from truly perishing.
I'm not going to say this movie was a complete waste of time, but I'm also not going to say it was a great movie. The acting was ok, and the story was told thru the trailers, however there was one surprise and that were the two main actors Justin Chatwin who plays Nick Powell, and Margarita Levieva who plays Annie Newton. The chemistry between these two was remarkable, I really felt it during the movie the drama and poise that these two had on screen together was simply incredible. It's really a shame that the rest of the movie couldn't hold up to those two, the story was cool but there was nothing else to it other than what was shown on the trailers, and the plot while having a few holes wasn't all that interesting, unlike "The Sixth Sense" where your guessing every minute till the end, or "Batman Begins" where it's really a good action/drama, "The invisible" just was kind of a MEH movie.
Overall Rating: 2.5 Stars Re-Watch Value: Low (If you really want to see it then wait for video.)
Trivia: "The Invisible" is based on a novel by the Swedish writer Mats Wahl