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Panther Paw Movie Reviews
Wednesday, October 31, 2007 • Posted October 30, 2007

The Invisible

Keith–The Invisible is a great film from the producers of the "Sixth Sense" and my only advice is to watch this movie without any preconceived notions from the previews you might have seen leading up to this film. This is a great movie but takes turns that the previews left out and even omits part of the movie that was in the preview and it's a big part of the story if you're looking for it(confusing I know). If you've never seen a preview then sit back and enjoy a suspenseful tale of paranormal near death mystery & a troubled soul trying to turn around and be the person they need to be. 3 paws.

Mr. Brooks - 3 eerie paws

Mr. Brooks

Noel–Are you in the mood for a physco serial killer thriller where the bad guy is actually the well know business owner of a huge company? Then this movie is for you! Sound crazy, well, its certainly interesting. Kevin Costner plays the role of Mr. Brooks, a serial killer who hasn't killed in over 2 years and now his alter ego is craving more murders. So he secums to his desires; where this movie becomes interesting is when a man (Dane Cook!) photographs him in the act and instead of turning him in asks if he can join him in the murders. Then, to be even more interesting his daughter comes home from college and says she wants to quit school and come to find out she is pregnant. Well, this isn't the only reason she choses to quit school. One week later the cops arrive and say that there was a murder at the school...like father like daughter? I really enjoyed this movie; Dane Cook and Kevin Costner preform their roles wonderfully and there is a surprise ending and maybe Mr. Brooks 2?

3 paws

Noel

The Invisible – 3 paws

Mr. Brooks – 3 paws

Keith

The Invisible – 3 paws

Mr. Brooks – 3 paws

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