(2020) (Elisabeth Moss, Aldis Hodge) (R)
- QUICK TAKE:
- Horror: A woman tries to escape from her abusive tech-mogul boyfriend, only to discover he's haunting her as an invisible man.
Cecilia Kass (ELISABETH MOSS) has had enough of her abusive and uber-controlling optics-tech mogul boyfriend, Adrian Griffin (OLIVER JACKSON-COHEN), and thus drugs him, sneaks out in the middle of the night, and gets a ride to safety from her sister, Emily (HARRIET DYER). She ends up staying with her longtime cop friend, James Lanier (ALDIS HODGE), a single dad to teenager Sydney (STORM REID).
Suffering from PTSD and worrying that Adrian will somehow find her, Cecilia is relieved when she learns that he committed suicide. Not only that, but she also learns from his brother, Tom (MICHAEL DORMAN), that Adrian left her $5 million in his will to be paid in large monthly installments. Even so, he got so deep into her head that she can't shake him, and thus occasionally has sensations that he's still around.
And that only gets worse when she begins to experience weird physical things that not only make her question her sanity, but also whether he might still be alive and using some sort of invention to make him invisible to the naked eye. As that progressively gets worse, everyone close to Cecilia think she might be losing it, all while she tries to prove that Adrian is somehow haunting her as an invisible man.
- WILL KIDS WANT TO SEE IT?
- Those into horror movies probably will.
- WHY THE MPAA RATED IT: R
- For some strong bloody violence, and language.
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