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Having discovered they could turn animals invisible, a group of scientists test the subject on a human. Head of research, Dr. Sebastian Caine decides to use himself as the subject. After the experiment can't be reversed, it takes a toll on Caine's personality, causing him to hunt down and kill his colleagues
Because of the graphic nature of the layer-by-layer invisibility transformation, some production publicity photos indicated a different type of transformation. One particular publicity photo had Kevin Bacon invisible from the chest down, with the remainder of his body being fully visible, which contradicted with the transformation in the movie where one layer of his body become invisible exposing the underneath layer. See more »
When Matt hits Sebastian in the middle of the head and looks at (the visible) Sebastian he is looking at the wrong spot - he is looking beside Sebastian. See more »
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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