The Darkest Hour (2011)
A Russian-American collaboration, The Darkest Hour is a 2011 sci-fi thriller film based on the alien invasion theme. Directed by Chris Goak, the film is about a group of youngsters, who get caught up in an alien invasion by invisible entities that can disintegrate people. These invisible entities use electric signatures to locate humans and disintegrate them instantly by using their latest technology. Eventually, the team of survivors realizes the weakness of their enemies and take the fight to them instead of running away and a new war begins.
Griff the Invisible (2010)
Griff the Invisible, as the title suggests, is a film about Griff, who has the power of invisibility. Well, you are partly right, but then there are many other elements that would make you wonder if that’s the real truth. Directed by Leon Ford, the film is about a young man Griff, who is a socially awkward office worker and spends his day being bullied by his co-workers. However, at night, he is Griff the Invisible, a superhero roaming around the city fighting for the innocent. But, that’s not all. The film takes a twist of turns when Melody enters Griff’s life and a series of surprises and shocking events follows from thereon confusing the audience about what’s real and what’s illusion?
Predator 2 (1990)
Based on the similar theme as 1987 Predator, Predator 2 has a completely new cast with Peter Hall reprising the role of the alien Predator from the previous film. Again the film is about hunting down the alien predator or get hunted. The alien predator still uses the power of invisibility and tracks down its victims by following their heat signatures. Owing to its cult status, the Predator franchise is well received among the audience as they enjoyed the duels and chases between humans and the alien invader.
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Now You See Him, Now You Don’t (1972)
Now You See Him, Now You Don’t is a Walt Disney Productions film released in 1972. It is the sequel to another Walt Disney film The Computer Wore Tennis Shoes released in 1969 and was followed by the 1975 Disney film The Strongest Man in the World completing the trilogy. All the three films revolve around a central character Dexter Riley, played Kurt Russel, a genius who has a habit of carrying out several Chemistry experiments. Now You See Him, Now You Don’t is a film about one of those experiments in which he discovers the secret to invisibility. From there, starts a series of comical events, ensuring tons of laughter rounds.
The Man Who Wasn’t There (1983)
The Man Who Wasn’t There is an interesting comedy film starring Steve Guttenberg as Sam Cooper, the main protagonist in the film. Directed by Bruce Malmuth, the film tells the story of a Government bureaucrat Sam Cooper. The life of Sam Cooper takes a drastic turn when he is in the possession of a top-secret invisibility potion and the Russians and other bad guys are in the pursuit to retrieve the potion. In order to save the potion getting into the wrong hands, Sam decides to drink the invisibility potion and he is no more visible. Despite for a good cause, his act follows up a series of errors and makes the matter worse.
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