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Eccentric inventor Prof. John Richards seems to have hit pay dirt when he designs a contraption which can move large objects instantly by breaking them into atoms which can be streamed from one place to another. This new machine seems like a sure-fire hit, which has attracted the attention of Richards’ less-than-scrupulous assistant Martin, who wants to steal the new invention and sell it himself. In order to make it easier for Martin to do just that, he uses the machine to create a duplicate of Richards, which will do his evil bidding. The professor’s son, Jack, and wife, Barbara, learn about Martin’s underhanded doings, and Barbara uses another one of her husband’s gimmicks to get revenge against Martin — she turns herself invisible.
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The movie Mom\'s Outta Sight is a vivid confirmation of the fact that `it is not so important what you tell, it is important how you do it`.
This movie became the most memorable of those that I watched in 1998, because the ending, in my opinion, although correct, but at the same time very unexpected, at least it will not leave anyone indifferent.
What I love about is that absolutely any movie made in this genre always has such an important component as an unrealistically cool musical accompaniment.
Throughout the 93 min minutes, I had the feeling that not today, but tomorrow, I will definitely meet them in the nearest supermarket or park.
Fred Olen Ray created the very movie, after watching which you want to erase your memory in order to watch it again, and again, like for the first time, feel the whole range of vivid emotions.
The characters are interesting and not stereotyped, but the Hannes Jaenicke, Jimmy Williams, Mary Elizabeth McGlynn, Philip Rosch, Robert Donavan, who brought them to life, pumped up a little, because they did not always play their roles reliably, apparently, they could not fully feel their heroes.