MOVIE REVIEW: “The Invisible Man” Deftly Reinvents H.G. Wells’ Titular Character for the #MeToo Era

Elisabeth Moss’ character takes a breather in the rain from an invisible tech-bro’s gaslighting endeavors.

It might seem like a distant, half-forgotten memory now, but three years ago, Universal Studios introduced their one-and-done “Dark Universe” with The Mummy, a generic, CGI-heavy, spectacle-driven franchise starter that unequivocally tanked with critics and audiences despite a $150-million-dollar budget and action-star Tom Cruise in the lead, non-mummy role. Weeks before The Mummy

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