Memoirs of an Invisible Man is a film I watched endlessly as a kid and assumed everyone loved as much as I did.
What makes Memoirs of an Invisible Man ultimately work is Carpenter’s clever directing.
Now, watching it today, I recognize some of the issues critics saw 30 years ago, but still believe Memoirs of an Invisible Man deserves more credit than it’s given.
Honestly, I was shocked, particularly since this was a John Carpenter vehicle packed with creative special effects starring a still-in-his-prime Chevy Chase.
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