These past couple of years has seen many attempts in reviving Universal Monsters from past decades. Iconic characters such as Dracula, Frankenstein, The Wolf Man, and others are the very first symbols when it comes to horror films. It's because of their popularity that their legend continues to live on 'til today. Only this time, there's a remake that seemed to hit the mark of replicating the original or even better. Director Leigh Whannell's critically-acclaimed reimagining of 'The Invisible Man' movie has a solid case. In his version, H.G. Wells' novel concept is modified to feature a story of domestic abuse. A woman by the name of Cecilia Kass played by Elisabeth Moss is caught in a struggle. She tries to escape Adrian Griffin (Oliver Jackson-Cohen), her abusive and manipulative boyfriend. The only problem is that her boyfriend acquired the ability to become invisible. If we were to look at the situation it would go something like this, how can you escape something that you can't even see? Still, 'The Invisible Man' film isn't purely fictional, it happens to mix in a little bit of sci-fi in there too. Thanks to his wealth and power through the field of optics, he managed to build a bodysuit of cameras and lenses. That's how he manages to become invisible. Even so, it's a frightening thought if that kind of power goes into the wrong hands kind of like this one. If you haven't yet seen it, you should watch The Invisible Man! We promise that you won't be disappointed. If you have seen it and want other movie ideas, then check out this list of movies like The Invisible Man (2020)!
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