‘The Invisible Man’ Review: Elisabeth Moss Can’t Save This Confused Privacy Thriller — IndieWire

The best genre films play on society’s most pressing fears, but in his limp reworking of H.G. Wells’ “The Invisible Man,” Leigh Whannell tries melding everything from gaslighting to anxieties around data privacy into a crude technological thriller that is part sci-fi, part horror, and all-around mess. 740 more words

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