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Memoirs of An Invisible Man

Chevy Chase , Daryl Hannah , John Carpenter    PG-13 (Parental Guidance Suggested)   DVD
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Chevy Chase and Darryl Hannah star in and John (Halloween) Carpenter directs a lighthearted adventure: a Wall Street analyst becomes invisible after a lab accident, leading to complications both comic and romantic. Year: 1992 Director: John Carpenter Starring: Chevy Chase, Daryl Hannah, Sam Neill

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Titre français : Les Aventures d'un homme invisible.... Titre québécois : Les mémoires d'un homme invisible.... Titre original : Memoirs of an Invisible Man.... Réalisation : John Carpenter... Une tasse de café renversée sur un ordinateur provoque une explosion dans un établissement scientifique. N'ayant pas évacué les lieux car il y dormait, Nick Halloway découvre qu'il est devenu invisible, et se retrouve poursuivi par la CIA quand elle apprend son existence.

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4.0 out of 5 stars A Highly Underated Movie! Sept. 12 2003
Format:DVD
This film I consider is the ultimate "Invisible Man" film. Carpenter had alot of grace and love for this film obviously and Chase's portrail of a stock broker turned invisible fugitive was just right. Chase tends to get alot of heckeling for this movie and his performance but this reviewer finds that same performance to be one of great effort (note his quiet aproch to dramatic situations and his fine comic timing to humorious ones). This film I thought had alot more to do with character and emotions than most filmakers would try on an "Invisible Man" project. One thing's for sure....this movie sure beats the heck outta "Hollow Man" (a movie that made the "Invisible Man" into a phsyco plus the whole movie just had a 2nd rate slasher vibe).
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3.0 out of 5 stars Finally coming to DVD June 5 2003
Format:DVD
The last John Carpenter film to be released on DVD, "Memoirs of an Invisible Man" bombed at the box office during it's early 90's theatrical run. Shame too as it's a better film than some think.
The special effects were outstanding, and Sam Neill stole the show as the villian. Chevy Chase tries his best but even semi-dramatic roles are just not his thing.
The DVD will be 2.35:1 anamorphic widescreen (as all Carpenter films should be presented), and will have a behind-the-scenes featurette, outtakes, and the film's trailer. The sad thing is, no Carpenter commentary track. Why Warner Brothers never bothered to ask Carpenter to take part, we can only guess.Buy this DVD and complete your John Carpenter collection!
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3.0 out of 5 stars It's better then average movie.... April 6 2004
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Format:DVD
This is actually a pretty good watchable movie, even though it did not so great at the movies, people kind of discovered the picture when it came to video. Fairly simple story, Chevy Chase plays a investment banker who gets exposed to fusion energy and becomes invisable. Daryl Hannah plays a TV/film maker who discovers what happened to him, and falls in love with him (the romance is actually pretty honest and not cliched). There are some good ILM effects work and the ending is not a tragic one like 1941's the Invisable Man where Claude Reins played the part.
Buy and watch it. It's a comedy with a bit of heart,
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5.0 out of 5 stars Underrated movie! Nov. 13 2003
Format:DVD
I really enjoyed this movie when it came out and was quite surprised by all the bad reviews. I had read the book several years before I saw the movie and thought they did a great job of transfering it to film.
The funny thing is that most reviews criticize the film makers for their wierd story choices, but the film was just following the book.
Others criticize that the movie doesn't know whether to be a comedy, action thiller or an adventure story? The book was the same way and I thought the book and film did a great job of juggling these different styles.
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