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Invisible Sister (2015)

Teenager Cleo's school science project goes quite awry, causing her popular older sister Molly to go invisible.


Paul Hoen


Billy Eddy (teleplay by), Billy Eddy (television story by) | 4 more credits »
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Cast overview, first billed only:
Rowan Blanchard ... Cleo
Paris Berelc ... Molly
Karan Brar ... George
Rachel Crow ... Nikki
Alex Désert ... Mr. Perkins
Will Meyers ... Carter
Austin Fryberger ... Coug
Jennifer Jalene ... Mom
Scott Reeves ... Dad
Gage Banister ... Soccer Guy (as Gage Polchlopek)
Sean Maurer ... Guard
Katie Geiss Katie Geiss ... Band #1
Sarah Gray Sarah Gray ... Band #2
Caroline Helm Caroline Helm ... Band #3
Jillian Johnson Jillian Johnson ... Band #4


While working on a science project, high school student Cleo accidentally creates a vapor that turns a moth invisible. But that's not the only thing she turns invisible; she finds out she also turned her older sister invisible. With her sister invisible and only hours to find a cure, Cleo must use her friends and her skills to cure her invisible sister.

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Despite Molly's invisibility, the characters still track her movements and make direct eye contact. They even react to her motions I.e high fives and hugs without and verbal prompt. See more »


References The Wizard of Oz (1939) See more »


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Another nice Disney movie
12 October 2015 | by jonathanrspaldingSee all my reviews

In ten years this will join the list of forgotten Disney titles and this review will only by seen by those checking the credits for one of the actors. (My bet is Ms. Berlac, but Rowan may have a career as well). However, that being said this was another well written and acted DCOM. 2015 has been a stellar year for the DCOM's and Disney deserves credit for producing four good movie this year. The failing of many DCOMs or any youth targeted TV movie is that they are slapped together without style or character development and the acting of the minor characters is usually not a concern. This was well acted and written with subtle tones to the characters that made it enjoyable. Paris carried the movie and it also showed that Krar is a better actor than the drivel he was given in Jesse and now even worse in Bunkd. Even the science teacher has some dimension to him. The only problem I had with the movie was the question of why her invisibility had to be a secret, since no one had done anything wrong or illegal and there was no reason for it to be. Of course, that would have killed about 3/5 of the movie so that is probably the reason.

Certainly, as with most DCOMs there is only so good it can be. However, these kids seem like kids I know as opposed to a lot of the characters in these movies. Hence, I recommend this movie as a good use of an hour and one half. So, when Disney drags this out around Halloween in 2020, you should watch it.

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Release Date:

9 October 2015 (USA) See more »

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A Minha irmã Invisível See more »

Filming Locations:

New Orleans, Louisiana, USA

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16:9 HD
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