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Desc:Verhoeven's last 'American' movie before returning to his Dutch roots. 'Worst Movie' because decline
Category:Classic Movies
Tags:Paul Verhoeven, not starship troopers, not robocop, not total recall, hey the trailer looks cool oh no man it isn
Submitted:infinite zest
Date:11/16/16
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OxygenThief - 2016-11-16
Saw this in the theatre. It's as good as a movie about a rapey man who has a CGI dong before turning invisible can be.
infinite zest - 2016-11-16
I stand somewhat corrected; I just saw Elle, Verhoeven's newest, and it's one of the best movies I've seen in I-dunno-how-long. Anyway it's an 'American' one too. I'd buy that for a dollar.
unknown_specimen - 2016-11-17
I only read these comments to see if I should see Elle or not. Now if you'll excuse me, to the Art House!

Maggot Brain - 2016-11-16
Wasn't this movie about racism on some level? Like, our antagonist was pissed-off because the chick he was stalking was dating a black dude?
Binro the Heretic - 2016-11-16
Of course, invisible eyeballs would be unable to see anything other than a bright white blur.

But I guess 90 minutes of lab equipment falling over and cursing that seems to come from nowhere would be a crummy movie.
StanleyPain - 2016-11-17
I honestly liked this film, personally. I think it basically was a "hey let's remake The Invisible Man" idea, but given a good amount of that Verhoeven flavor. I know that he famously thought the movie was crap and that it didn't bear any of his hallmarks, but I dunno..I kinda disagree. I'm not saying it's a masterpiece or anything, but I felt that, for the time, it was the kind of Invisible Man re-visitation that worked because it abandoned the pretense of being an intellectual thriller and was just a visceral, nasty movie about a man going insane after becoming invisible, but made fairly well.
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