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The Invisible Man

Cecilia (Elizabeth Moss) is in a controlling marriage. She escapes and soon after gets a notification that her husband has committed suicide. Strange things happen, and Cecilia believes that her husband is following her. I really liked this movie. It is a great way to update the original (and also wonderful, though different) Invisible Man into something that is contemporary. Elizabeth Moss is excellent; I really gained an appreciation for her acting skills while watching this film. The screenplay is slick and the score unsettling; this, and incredible acting, make for a film that is suspenseful and scary. I loved the ending. Big thumbs up for one of my favorite films so far this year. (2020; 4.5 Stars)

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