The Erotic Misadventures of the Invisible Man
When Norman (Scott Coppola), an aspiring actor, can't find an open door in Hollywood, he gets rather dispirited. But he gets a new lease on life when he discovers an invisibility formula and learns that women don't really care whether they can see him or not! This erotic comedy is based on the comic books by Milo Manera.
- Stars:Scott Coppola, Gabriella Hall, Doug Merril, Holly Hollywood, Kim Sill, Braddrik Byrne, Mark Collver, Craig Peck, Arthur Roberts, Brian Kent, Leslie Olivan, Rhonda Morh, David Robinson, Kimberly Rowe, Elina Madison,
- Director:Rolfe Kanefsky,
- Writer:Rolfe Kanefsky
When Norman (Scott Coppola), an aspiring actor, can't find an open door in Hollywood, he gets rather dispirited. But he gets a new lease on life when he discovers an invisibility formula and learns that women don't really care whether they can see him or not! This erotic comedy is based on the comic books by Milo Manera. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
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(fr) wrote: "Storage 24" is infamously the lowest grossing American theatrical release of all time, bringing in a whopping $72 before being released on DVD. In the movie's defense, it did gross over $600,000 worldwide; still, it's pretty hilarious that its entire American profit was $72 earned in a singular theater. Outside of its infamous statistic, "Storage 24" is a formulaic horror film that falls somewhere between a big-budget and low-budget film. Its storage facility setting is unique and it is fairly easy to buy into the farfetched plot. Even though it has a few unique aspects, it also has the stereotypical undeveloped characters who are picked off one by one with only a few standing at the end. In this particular instance, we don't care about what happens to the characters. We just care about the answer to the mystery... which we never actually get. I did like the ending but it feels incomplete without a few explanations. Outside of the story, the CGI definitely exceeded my expectations. When I heard the previously mentioned box office statistic, I was absolutely anticipating a film of "Birdemic" proportions. In actuality, the film was made on a decent budget. It just seems that the budget was spent on special effects instead of being invested in assembling a team of quality actors and writers. "Storage 24" is honestly an okay scary movie. Its story won't blow your mind and its actors leave something to be desired, but it successfully builds suspense in a unique setting with a cool-looking villain. This one is acceptable for horror fans that are looking for something different.
(us) wrote: Great second part can't wait for more!!
(ca) wrote: ingas, es la de la "hija del canibal" fui c paco y pet
(de) wrote: Probably one of the poorest directed of the movies just felt like it was trying to be dark but other times lighthearted and instead of blending them failed at it...
(fr) wrote: A failing writer Jabez Stone ((Alec Baldwin) sells his soul to the devil (Jennifer Love Hewitt) for fame and fortune and ultimately decides that he wants to get it back. Anthony Hopkins adds his superstar status as the wise sage who offers to get Jabez out his pact with the Devil when he realizes that it wasn't quite what he expected it to be. With a star studded cast of Anthony Hopkins, Alec Baldwin, Jennifer Love Hewitt, Kim Cattrall and DanAykroyd, I was expecting a whole lot more. Baldwin assumes the responsibilities of director for this movie.
(es) wrote: not as good as suburbia
(ag) wrote: Teens play out a Dungeons & Dragons like game for real and find the line between reality and fantasy blur. Really bad in just about every way possible. From the script to the horrid effects, nothing works. Except for Tom Hanks, even at a young age he is a likable screen presence. Its just too bad that he couldn't have been in a better film. Like an actual adaptation of Dungeons & Dragons that is actually good. That would be novel.
(it) wrote: I like 50 cent movies
(gb) wrote: I was passively watching this while working, but I can't say I understood much of it anyways. Also the makeup was absolutely terrible.
(es) wrote: It's fun to realize that Van-Damme has a worse grip on the English language than even his greatest action rivals Arnold and Sly.