A Seattle detective and a biologist find themselves the targets of murder from an invisible assassin gone rogue, as well as the government forces who caused him to become invisible... Written by
You can't see him, but you can feel him.
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Did You Know?
The character's name "Michael Griffin" is a direct reference to the character of "Griffin" from H.G. Wells
' 1897 serial novel "The Invisible Man". In Wells' story, Griffin was driven insane by his invisibility - much like the character in this movie. See more
Reisner's glasses are on when Turner grabs him after he cloaks himself..... when he lets go and has the gun pointed at Reisner, his glasses are off, yet when the car hits him, the next shot shows a bloody and broken set of glasses. See more
[Maggie is injecting the supposed cure into an invisible Michael in overalls and sunglasses
Oh, you're a true hero Maggie - Just like me.
Dr. Maggie Dalton
Ok, You got what you wanted...
[Grabs Maggie, stands up
Perfection. How many people in their lifetime gets to achieve it? Perfect husband, perfect father, citizen? I'm none of these things... but I am the perfect weapon.
[Takes of glasses, to reveal hollow eyes
And you perfected me...
References 1 Night in Paris
One On One
Written by Craig Rose
Performed by 3-D Arson
Courtesy of Craig Rose See more