Kid reviews for The Invisible

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Common Sense says

age 15+

Based on our expert review

Parents say

age 12+

Based on 12 reviews

Kids say

age 11+

Based on 14 reviews

age 18+

Invisible The Movie.

I think this movie a great movie for teenagers because this movie has a meaning towards it, what i mean by that is that this movie would be a great movie for suicide awareness month and it will give teens that are struggling with their life and think they have nothing left when they actually do.

This title has:

Great messages
Too much violence
Too much sex
Too much swearing
Too much consumerism
age 11+

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I really enjoyed it and think it is definitely worth watching!!
age 11+
I saw this movie a few years ago, maybe 5th or 6th grade, and let me tell you, I absolutely loved it. The story was amazing, and I saw it more than once. It never gets old. Now if someone is mature enought to watch it, they can watch it. I didn't see anything wrong with it in my opinion. I'm sure 8 year old kids shouldn't watch it because they might not get the idea, but it was a really awesome movie!!! Five stars!! [=
age 14+

An amazing teenage thriller!

This movie may not have a very positive message and may contain some violence but I thought it was amazing. It was soo touching and kinda shows that even the bad guy in a story has a heart. The last half hour was gold and tear worthy. An amazing thriller.

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Too much violence
age 2+
it is fine nothing wrong with this movie!
age 12+

i love it

omg i thought this movie was seriously really good! the girl learns her mistakes and does something good b4 she dies. and i dont know if im the only one who thinks this but i think nick and annie were falling in love in the end . i just think its a rly goo d movie and if u dont mind violence u should watch it

This title has:

Too much violence
Great messages
not rated for age

Well I found this stunning.

Oh boy, I absolutely adored this movie. I am, particularly dissapointed at some of these critiques. Personally it failed my expectations of someone who has a career of reviewing things. [Little note; Nick wasn't 'surpressing the urge to watch Annie in the shower' His World Body was dieing, so his soul started to fade as well. You notice that throughout the movie. Thought I'd point that out since some people are dimwitted, such as whoever wrote this review.] A lot of parts in this are relatable and I admire the fact that the producer/writer/etc. were able to get viewers to change there view on Annie. At the beginning I'm going to assume we all looked down on her and at the end I was hoping incredibely that her and Nick would end up together. [Also I'd like to note that they didn't end up hooking up. Did whoever write this review pay attention?] Of course it had it's faults such as things like Annie being in a hospital and just dieing... And the nurses not caring that the mother slapped her and such. Also that a lot of the responses in the beginning by the characters are monotone and very robotic. It also would have been nice to see some loose ends tied up, although you can't get everything, eh? But in general I really enjoyed it. I loved the poetry aspect and the fact the entire movie in itself was a metaphore. As well, in the end when Nick had on a bird shirt (representing the idea of how he figured out what was happening to him.) I am quite dissapointed with the review for this movie on this site because they overlooked the good aspects of this, and not just because it was a negative review, but it wasn't given much thought. Anyhow, Wonderful movie.
not rated for age

a movie that you can sit and actually enjoy watching for 2 some hours

i think that the movie was definitely better suited for older children, appropriately rated pg-13 but it was not that bad in terms of things that shouldn't be seen. any strong violence was implied as apposed to shown, and some of the issues that the movie dealt with felt very strong and important. the movie ended in a very touching way and definitely was worth watching
not rated for age

This movie ROCKED! I would see it again and again!

This movie was released April 27, 2007. Two young teens' real selves are invisible to others, one due to his untimely death and the other due to the neglect she's endured since the death of her mother. Nick Powell gets beaten up by Annie Newton and gets nearly killed! Nick's soul comes out of his body and tries to find out the answer to his "crime scene". He gets help from his friends (Annie and Pete)
not rated for age

Amazing!

ONE STAR?! What's your problem?! Sure, the previews make it look all tense, which it's not very much by the way... But it has it's times... And it's also an EXTREMELY GOOD drama if you look at it that way!