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Movies RB Rob Bayne
The Invisible Man truly becomes a monster!
Overall rating 
 
3.9
Entertainment Value 
 
3.5
Story/Writing 
 
4.5
Performance (Acting) 
 
3.5
Direction 
 
4.0
Production 
 
4.0
Even though the Invisible Man has always been one of the many Universal Classic monsters he was nothing more than just a murderer that couldn’t be seen. The realism of the subject matter may hit close to home for many people out there, both women and men. The Invisible Man is for victims of domestic abuse what Jordan Peele’s “Get Out” was for black people. The fact that he’s using a form of mental abuse that is very, very common in this day and age is what really makes him a monster. It is honestly a shame that this was not the first movie that could have launched Universal’s ‘Dark Universe’ franchise years ago.
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