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Following an accident in her scientist mother's laboratory with the new wonder fluid NT26D, which is designed to fight illnesses genetically, 12-year-old Sue - Ruby M. Lichtenberg, now has the unique ability to make herself invisible. So when Sue's mother is kidnapped right before her very eyes, she is just the girl for the job. Together with Kaya (Anna Shirin Habedank), a rather nerdy girl of the same age who could teach James Bond's Q a few things, and Tobi, who not only looks good and has the hots for her but can also do amazing things on his bicycle, Sue and her friends combine their strengths and talents to free her mother, unmask the conspiracy behind her disappearance and bring the truth to light.
A bit weird and simple, but it's indeed a film that every mother should watch.
The Invisible Sue is a film that every mother should watch. It shows what would happen to the kids if mothers don't care about their children. Work is important, but children are also important too. Kids need their parents' love. Parents should give their times for their kids no matter how much they are busy. In this film, Sue's mother didn't give time for her kid, so, Sue wants to be friendly with her mother. But her mother doesn't care about her. She only cares about her work. That results Sue's superpower. According to this film, because of her mother's lack of care, Sue got her invisibility superpower. But what if she didn't superpower and she died instead? That's why I said every mother should watch this film.
As for the film, it's a bit childish. But it's kind of enjoyable. The plot is quite simple, but it's still OK. What I don't like is the main actress's acting. In that scene where Alfred said "in the other words, you're in grave danger, Miss Sue", then in the next scene where Sue has to act like she's afraid, something like that, her acting is really bad. I kind of hate that face of how she shows she's afraid. So, acting is a bit better, it'd be better.
There's one more thing I'd like to mention. It's about the voices of actors. I think this film isn't from Hollywood. It's kind of a foreign film. What I watched is in English speaking. So, they must have dubbed it. That's what I want to point out. The voice artists for English version is very bad. I feel like they are not acting and somehow, I feel like they are just reading texts.
Right now, I don't want to write long review, so, I'm going to conclude it. As for conclusion, although this film is a bit childish, the content is sometimes a bit weird and dialogues are a bit simple, it's still enjoyable. But I kind of want to see something better and something different because I really had some high hope. For now, I can only say it's just a normal film.
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