When Cecilia's abusive ex takes his own life and leaves her his fortune, she suspects his death was a hoax. As a series of coincidences turn lethal, Cecilia works to prove that she is being hunted by someone nobody can see.
The film follows Cecilia, who receives the news of her abusive ex-boyfriend's suicide. She begins to re-build her life for the better. However, her sense of reality is put into question when she begins to suspect her deceased lover is not actually dead.Written by
The password at Adrian's door it's 1933, that was the year when the original film was released. See more »
Cecilia goes to the mailbox to check the mail. The flag on the mailbox is up. That's a signal to the carrier there is outgoing mail. If the flag is up the carrier hasn't been there, so there's no need to check for new mail. See more »
[after Cecilia's sister, Emily, arrives to pick up Cecilia]
Cecilia, what is going on? Are you okay?
I'll explain later. Just go, Emily. Go.
[suddenly Adrian's shows up and bangs on the car window]
Open the fucking door, Cecilia!
What is happening?
Open the door!
[Adrian smashes the car window and Emily quickly drives off, then Adrian sees the bottle of Diazepam that Cecilia dropped]
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The Universal Pictures logo appears in silence. See more »
The UK version was cut to secure a 15 certificate, by removing 3s of bloody injury detail in a scene of self-harm. See more »
Performed by Rich Brian
Courtesy of 88rising
Written by Rappy (as Sergiu Gherman), Tyler Mehlenbacher, Daniel Tannenbaum, Rich Brian (as Brian Soewarno), Frank Dukes (as Adam Feeney), Sean Miyashiro, Craig Balmoris
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Best movie of 2020 so far
With the pandemic I think studios released the movies they were not in love with and are still holding on to their best movies for later this year or the beginning of next year. There was an abundance to stream but The Invisible Man was one of the few movies I thought was actually good.
Elisabeth Moss had an excellent performance. Really making me feel the horror of the situations she was in. The concept was nice. It was executed well with some terrifying scenes. Not just seeing the horror but making you imagine the horror. There were some by the book scenes but the creators also did create some memorable unique scenes. Worth the watch.
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