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After years of experimentation, brilliant but arrogant scientist Sebastian Caine has discovered a way to make matter invisible. Determined to achieve the ultimate breakthrough, Caine pushes his team to move to the next phase - using himself as the subject. The test is a success, but when the process can't be reversed and Caine seems doomed to future without flesh, he begins to show some unexpected side effects of his extraordinary condition. Written by
This has such potential - as did the original. Probably most haunting part of the film was the start titles.
A man who is invisible would probably - carefully - violate some women, steal a lot of cash and then try to reverse the invisible process. Not this one, there is the token semi naked woman scene and before you know it the invisible man has gone off his rocker and is killing everybody.
This film had the usual tiresome sub plot of the jealous ex-lover who is consumed with rage etc. etc. Plus the usual 20 seconds of exposed breasts is Hollywood an anagram for yawn?
As with so many films nowadays most of the action is computer generated, and drawn out. Idiotic implausible explosions and heroes who are not quite totally harmed. 2 out of 10.
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