Memoirs Of An Invisible Man

Memoirs Of An Invisible Man

After a freak accident, an invisible yuppie runs for his life from a treacherous CIA official while trying to cope with his new life.

The movie follows Halloway, a Wall Street analyst who becomes invisible after a lab accident as he is chased by the rogue CIA agent David Jenkins who wishes to recruit him for government service. Halloway tries to escape, and gains help from a filmmaker. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Michael K (mx) wrote: There is something strangely appealing about a film that can be described as a poor Hollywood-style action flick as well as a furious anti-american statement.I don't know whether or not the irony is intended but it is certainly there: this film is like a parody of awful Hollywood productions, including racial prejudice, total polarization and blind nationalism - but everything is upside down! Meet demonized American villains and rightous Muslim heroes!The unsusual perspective alone certainly doesn't make it a good film, however, and neither does the strange contrast between american style and anti-american zeal. In the end, the interesting set-up really is the only reason why this film might be worth watching.

neil L (au) wrote: Cool looking movie about an interesting subject

Yash B (br) wrote: What a breathtaking and enthralling experience. It's one of the best Bollywood films out there. It avoids every corner of predictability and is thoroughly entertaining. Don't worry about the length, you'll get sucked in and lose all track of time while viewing this epic masterpiece.

Kilo D (ag) wrote: There are some great moments that mainly occur in the third act; however, the romance aspect is not convincing, the story lags at times and the energy in front and behind the camera is sluggish. Not that the source material is McCarthy's best--it's beautiful, but, "Blood Meridian", "Suttree", "Cities of the Plain" and "The Road" . . . Anyway, if one is a Cormac fan the adaptation is worth a look but is unworthy of any praise.

jeff r (mx) wrote: Dated but fun. Love this movie. It's funny to see Hollywood when they were starting out.

Alyssa D (ru) wrote: I remember watching it so long ago. I cried and cried... It's a must see if you are a Benji fan. It's soo teary and that I highly recommend it..

Carl W (nl) wrote: Just a team of local kids fighting the establishment! Three things:Bike racing, an awesome soundtrack, and possibly the best dance scene ever.

Ian C (ca) wrote: The story is textbook 80's and Cannon. The premise of an art gallery been used as a front for a smack wholesalers makes no sense. Some of the Ninja gadgets and kills are comedy gold. I nearly coughed up a lung when the assassin goes into the jacks in his 9-5 clothes and then changes into his Ninja gear does the kill and then changes back. The little kid and granny are the balls and the latter kicks some major ass. A serious twitch off Ashley Ferrare.

Emma H (us) wrote: I am starting to like Elvis because he's a good singer and actor and he does it naturel

Robert B (nl) wrote: Take a typical 50's pulp western add in James Stewart with a decent supporting cast ( ex:a very young Col. Potter aka Harry Morgan) and you get something a bit more. At time sit reminded me of the later 1970's John Wayne films, a bit more gritty towards the end as the film's beginning is very 50's Hollywood. I don't think the film makers ever intended to make a "classic" film but they came very close.