Invisible Agent

Invisible Agent

The Invisible Man's grandson uses his secret formula to spy on Nazi Germany in this comedy-thriller.

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Kenneth M (mx) wrote: Awfull CGI as you can expect from Syfy Movies.

Angela A (au) wrote: Strange man - so charismatic and quick-witted, yet so keen to waste it on the nastiest of subjects. It's like he's built his reputation on the taboo subjects and shocking audiences, and now he feels he can't move on from that and just be funny. You can't help laughing at some of it, yet he definitely goes too far in all directions. So very wrong at times!

bill s (us) wrote: Good work from the cast particularly Rhames.

Avi J (kr) wrote: A classic satire. Really freakin funny

Dean M (ca) wrote: The return of kickboxing hero Sasha Mitchell seems his vengeance on to his longtime nemesis, Tong Po, from the second Kickboxer after he has been framed for murder. He and his new trust friends are cool on their martial arts sequences in the martial arts tournament.

Movie K (it) wrote: Unlikely pair-up and sadly I don't find it much sparks. Not very funny and not action enough.

Red L (fr) wrote: 'Places' is OK, but as much as it is supposed to be an uplifting movie about unlikely survival during the Depression, I found it depressing as in the end, it is only by luck and Moze that Edna survives - and next year, with neither Moze or luck on your side, she will lose the farm anyway.

Lee M (au) wrote: Altered States is much more a film of image and idea than narrative or character, but they're pretty compelling images and ideas, and Hurt is great.

Melody M (ag) wrote: This one is my favorite because it freaked my out the most! Basil Rathbone was excellent as Sherlock holmes!

Caroline G (de) wrote: 1932 but from the banking scenario it might as well be 2014. Thomas Dickson, (Walter Huston) wants to help people with their mortgages and freely loans to needy people, while the board of directors want to keep money stashed to buy another bank. Sounds too familiar these days.

Christopher L (br) wrote: It runs maybe twenty minutes too long, but it's fun almost the whole way through.

Ken T (ag) wrote: This movie was better than I expected...Not to mention quite funny"