Griff the Invisible
Griff the Invisible (2011)

The world can make us invisible. Courage can make us incredible. Love can make us invincible. Ryan Kwanten of TV's True Blood stars in this charming, quirky and totally unpredictable romantic comedy about the superhero in all of us.… More

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Rated: PG-13
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Release Date: August 19, 2011
DVD Release Date: November 15, 2011
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Critic Score: 62% Rotten Tomatoes™ Critic Reviews
Calvin Wilson
St. Louis Post-Dispatch

Struggles heroically, but unsuccessfully, to strike a balance between whimsy and pathos.

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John Hartl
Seattle Times

Something clicks here. Physically as well as verbally, these kids are speaking their own language.

Glenn Dunks
Onya Magazine

It's a film that asks potent questions about important topics, but will first and foremost charm viewers with its oddball humour and romanticism. Griff the Invisible is a treat.

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Michael O'Sullivan
Washington Post

Griff seems a little too psychologically damaged to laugh at. On the other hand, for a drama, his behavior is way too silly to take seriously.

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Ethan Gilsdorf
Boston Globe

The touches of magical realism begin to feel gimmicky. By the final frame, this romance never feels real enough.

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Emily Estep
We Got This Covered

Griff The Invisible explores the personal angle of vigilante justice, adding a unique spin to the superhero genre with heartfelt moments and relatability.

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Tirdad Derakhshani
Philadelphia Inquirer

It tries too hard to be eccentric, kooky. So hard, it can be downright annoying.

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Megan Lehmann
Hollywood Reporter

A superhero wannabe fights the forces of loneliness and alienation in this uneven Aussie indie.

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Chris Hewitt (St. Paul)
St. Paul Pioneer Press

It's shaggy, but its modest charms make up for that.

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Flixster Audience Score: 52% Flixster User Reviews
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Question: Do you ever feel invisible? You are standing there, existing in the world but no one seems to notice you or how special you are? I am positive a lot… More
Thomas Bowler
Funny, charming and strange: exactly what you wouldn't expect. Full review later.
Spencer S.
An Aussie comedy starring True Blood's Ryan Kwanten, Griff is a pragmatically kooky film with little consideration for plot or character development.… More
Matt Goodman
Griff: Before I tell you this, you have to commit to a vow of secrecy unlike any other. Prior to going into Griff the Invisible, I had known not one detail… More
Cynthia S.
A fantasy love story that I found quite endearing. Fun. Quirky. Sweet. A little cooky, a little sci fi, a little romance, a little different. Well done...
Corey Wood
Quirky, odd, and flat. Had potential, but lost it along the way.

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