The Invisible (2007) The Invisible is The Sixth Sense set in high school, but with one major difference: When Nick (Justin Chatwin), who has apparently just been killed… 2007-04-27 PG-13 PT97M Drama Mystery and Thriller Justin Chatwin Margarita Levieva Marcia Gay Harden Hollywood Pictures
Movie Review

The Invisible (2007)

MPAA Rating: PG-13
'INVISIBLE' BOY You'll see right through this Sixth Sense -inspired snoozer about a murdered teen (Chatwin) whose spirit returns to the scene of the crime
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'INVISIBLE' BOY You'll see right through this Sixth Sense-inspired snoozer about a murdered teen (Chatwin) whose spirit returns to the scene of the crime
EW's GRADE
D

Details Release Date: Apr 27, 2007; Rated: PG-13; Length: 97 Minutes; Genres: Drama, Mystery and Thriller; With: Justin Chatwin and Margarita Levieva; Distributor: Hollywood Pictures

The Invisible is The Sixth Sense set in high school, but with one major difference: When Nick (Justin Chatwin), who has apparently just been killed by a delinquent classmate, returns as a ghost, he instantly figures out what happened, so there's no mystery. It's just us watching him stare at his former life, which looks like a bad movie. Chatwin comes off as prickly and annoyed — they should have called this Perturbia. That delinquent, by the way, is a beautiful ''sweet'' girl (Margarita Levieva), which only adds to the fanciful banality.

Originally posted May 03, 2007 Published in issue #933 May 11, 2007 Order article reprints