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'The Invisible' is a thriller worth seeing

May 01, 2007|by LAURA BELL

Review

The supernatural thriller "The Invisible" has a plot that I love. Based on a Swedish novel, this movie is unique and fun. It's one of the best I've seen.

Nick, played by Justin Chatwin, is a senior in high school with a bright future, and he carrieseveryone's expectations on his shoulders. Due to a moment of mistaken identity, he is attacked by Annie - played by Margarita Leviea - and her gang. Nick's spirit separates from his body. Now invisible and wandering between life and death, Nick tries to help Annie come clean.

The acting is good for the most part. However, some of the lines are corny. "The Invisible" has flaws, but the story is gripping. The plot has twists and turns that kept me on the edge of my seat. "The Invisible" is rated PG-13.

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