Trying to make a name for himself in Hollywood, instead, the aspiring actor, Norman, learns firsthand that this is easier said than done. Then, accidentally, Norman stumbles upon a jar of very special butterscotch, and just like that, he becomes invisible. Now, with his newly acquired powers, Norman can turn the tables on all those who treated him like garbage, and what's even more exciting, he finds out that he can get any woman he wants. However, Norman is not the only one who's invisible. Could this unseen rival spell bad news for Norman?Written by
When a porn actress makes love to the wind, and then Norman, she is undressed. As the scene ends she is suddenly dressed. See more »
[Pushes her chair back at the dinner table and stands up]
Let's all eat naked.
[Unhooks her dress and lets it fall to the floor and stands showing full frontal nudity to the surprise/amusement of the others and giggling. She then sits down while giggling and bouncing her bare breasts]
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If City T.V. and Sex T.V. didn't decide to go PC or not even bother promoting what their channel was created for, respectively, I would have seen this one sooner. It wasn't until yesterday that I saw Invisible Man and for what it's worth, it's actually decent.
In one of her final performances, Gabriella Hall plays Kelli Parkinson, a struggling actress trying to get a job. She hangs out with a fired caterer named Norman Parent, who somehow got turned invisible by spilling a butterscotch smelling formula in a sophomoric scene that ranks among the worst ever in 100+ years of film. They go across the ocean to England to help perform an exorcism and then to Italy where Kelli has a film opportunity. Unbeknownst to them, an agent named Robert Bull (who also got into the butterscotch and is invisible as well) attempts to sabotage her career for being dumped by her as her representative.
The movie features lame special effects but they do the trick but I doubt anybody watches this film to see those. It's to see a very healthy and fit Gabby Hall naked and she is in top form and health here. The other ladies, like Kim Dawson, came to showcase their assets in grand style. The Invisible Men do things that Claude Rains wasn't allowed to do back in 1933, of course. Obviously, you won't be disappointed with the women. The acting isn't great, with people in England and Italy speaking stereotypical accented English.
If you want to see the last vestiges of the softcore era before The Asylum took over with American raunch, this isn't bad. There's better, though.
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