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The Invisible

5 Ratings: 2.4
A movie directed by David S. Goyer

   The spirit of a semi-dead boy makes good in this WB-network-flavored tale, which is an adaptation of the young-adult novel by Swedish author Mats Wahl. A privileged and not very well-liked senior in his Seattle high school, brooding poet … see full wiki

Director: David S. Goyer
Genre: Drama
Release Date: April 27, 2007
MPAA Rating: PG-13
5 reviews about The Invisible
review by . December 24, 2008
posted in Movie Hype
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Writer/director David S. Goyer (writer of The Blade Trilogy and Batman Begins) makes a departure from the "comic book" movies for which he is best known, and instead helms this remake of a Swedish supernatural thriller. The screenplay was co-written by Mick Davis and Christine Roum, and was based in part upon the novel by Mats Wahl. The Invisible tells a story of teen angst, of near death experiences, and of redemption through selflessness (in this case literally).       …
review by . October 27, 2008
posted in Movie Hype
Pros: Acting, music, pacing      Cons: Story is weak at times and breaks its own rules at times      The Bottom Line: For a type of thriller, there aren't many thrills, but it is a movie that has stuck with me for days.  It is worth the time.      Plot Details: This opinion reveals minor details about the movie''s plot.      Even several days afterwards, I’m still not sure what to make of The …
review by . March 29, 2008
posted in Movie Hype
Pros: interesting characters, fascinating concept, good suspense     Cons: flawed ending and some predictable moments     The Bottom Line: Compelling yet flawed...     Plot Details: This opinion reveals minor details about the movie's plot.    Nick Powell is a model student. His widowed mother has worked very hard to insure that Nick follows her plan for his success. It's his senior year, everyone from the principal to students …
review by . October 18, 2007
posted in Movie Hype
THE INVISIBLE, based on Mats Wahl's 'Den Osynlige', and as adapted for the screen by Mick Davis and Christine Roum, seems like a teenage horror/scary flick and while watching it the audience may wonder what the purpose of all of this teenage angst and anger and acting out is all about. But given the premise of the story - that there is a time before death when the spirit can see what is occurring as death approaches, sort of deja vu in reverse - there is food for thought. The rather pedestrian story …
review by . September 25, 2007
The movie is a remake of a 2002 Swedish film called Den Osynlige, which was in turn based on Mats Wahl's 2001 young adult novel of the same name. I've never seen that movie nor read the book, but I did read a detailed synopsis of it. Apparently, the theory that the American remake of a foreign film is always worse is not true...when the original is not so great as well. I will give it props for the fact that it stayed true to the adaptation of the original's gimmick of having the lead character …
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