The Invisible Man was Just a (Very Visible) Dude
While stopping short of adding a scene where Tom Cruise's Mummy movie is revealed to be a dream in the mind of an unimaginative coma victim, this year's The Invisible Man charted a new course for the so-called "Dark Universe" -- which, as you might remember, previously amounted to just one crappy movie and a publicity photo (that was also crappy).
The Invisible Man, though, is quite good, turning the familiar tale into an allegory for the trauma of abuse. They also updated the method of invisibility for the 21st century; instead of a crazy potion, it involves a high-tech suit -- which also means that this is the first Invisible Man movie where the titular character isn't running around town with his junk flapping in the breeze. In one early scene, Cecilia (played by Elisabeth Moss) is attacked by her abusive, invisible ex-boyfriend. It's freaky and weird and it was accomplished by literally just having a dude in a bright green suit hang around the set, who is decidedly less good at hiding.
The scene plays way differently when the attacker is painfully visible.
Yeah, it's way less terrifying with a man a skintight bodysuit --
-- that, frankly, leaves nothing to the imagination.
Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker -- Those Space Horses Were Just ... Horses
Regardless of how you feel about Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker, it inarguably has some pretty terrific special effects; from the space battles, to the lightsaber duels, to whatever digital technology was used to make it seem as though Oscar Isaac wasn't constantly dying on the inside.
LucasfilmWhich clearly they forgot to add to some scenes.