“The Invisible Man” Might Have You on the Edge of Your Seat But That Doesn’t Mean You Won’t See Its Flaws — The Catalyst

By Andrew Rodden One of the many symptoms of the societal shutdown we are experiencing is the closure of movie theaters and the subsequent release of new feature films available to rent digitally. This is how I watched Leigh Whannel’s “The Invisible Man,” a movie released in theaters on Feb. 28, 2020, but dropped online […]

“The Invisible Man” Might Have You on the Edge of Your Seat But That Doesn’t Mean You Won’t See Its Flaws — The Catalyst

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