Elisabeth Moss gives it her all, but this ‘Invisible Man’ isn’t a must-see

Bad movies are one thing, but there’s a more potent disappointment reserved for ones that coulda been contenders. Director-writer Leigh Whannell’s reboot of “The Invisible Man” squanders a juicy and topical premise: That this version of H.G. Wells’ classic is fueled by toxic masculinity. The idea of combining creature-feature invisibility with domestic-abuse gaslighting — playing… Continue reading at New York Post