A deep love of True Blood is the main reason an American might sample Griff the Invisible, this minor exercise in Australian whimsy: TB star Ryan Kwanten plays Griff, an oddball office drone by day and self-styled superhero by night who attracts the interest of a cute oddball girl (Maeve Dermody). Then more oddball stuff happens — at such a slack pace that, like most of Griff’s superheroic lab experiments, the whole fantasy/ love story fizzles out. C?
PASSION IMPOSSIBLE Ryan Kwanten, office worker by day, superhero by night, in Griff the Invisible
Genre: Drama, Comedy; Starring: Maeve Dermody, Ryan Kwanten; Director: Leon Ford; Author: Leon Ford; Runtime (in minutes): 93
Posted January 17 2015 — 3:45 PM EST
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