The Invisible Man (2020) Review

From the eerie and claustrophobic cinematography, to the brilliant performance by Elizabeth Moss, this is a perfect thriller for our generation. The movie speaks of abusive relationships and how much heartbreak and anguish they can cause, so in that sense the movie truly made my skin crawl. Seeing how much pain one person can inflict on another.

The other side of this movie of course is the title-the antagonist being invisible I thought might be kind of corny, but I was so wrong. I was on the edge of my seat from the very first shots all the way up until its brilliant finale.

I commend Leigh Whannell and everyone involved for giving us a thriller that is a taught, atmospheric and a very real story about a woman trying to have her voice heard and no one believing her-a problem that happens way to often in our society.
I see no reason not to give this a perfect 5 star rating.

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