The Invisible Man (2020) Has more in common with Sleeping With The Enemy than H. G. Wells, but works well enough by the time the credits roll. TIL: G. K. Chesterton’s The Everlasting Man was a response to Wells’ Outline of History, gently lampooning its snobbish progressivism.
Varan the Unbelievable (1962) Replacing Japanese footage with new American scenes worked for Godzilla, so it should here too, right? No, not right. TIL: Paraphrased Bibles, which often don't use the original languages as a source, are consistently voted the worst translations.
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