Invisibility as a superpower seems like an awesome ability to possess, often the one choice people tend to pick if they could choose from any superpower in the world. However any superpower comes with its own set of responsibilities. Any superpower could take the road of pure horror and crime, or take a complete different turn and simply portray comical events or incredible acts of courage. We all know the magical ring of invisibility in “Lord of The Rings” or the secret invisibility cloak from the “Harry Potter” films.
It is impossible not to love ‘The Incredibles’, the amazing animated superhero film produced by Pixar and released by Disney. Even if one isn’t into superheroes, this one is a delight for every entertainment-seeking individual who appreciates humour and action in the most fun and thrilling way. Following a family of superheroes who must ignore their powers and live an ordinary suburban life, we are quickly drenched into this fantasy world where an evil genius must be fought, bringing the family’s origins back to the surface. From strength, elasticity and super-speed, Violet Parr, the teenage daughter possesses perhaps the coolest power of all which is, as you might have guesses, the ability to turn invisible and create a protecting shield of energy. Here’s the list of movies similar to ‘The Incredibles’ that are our recommendations. You can watch some of these movies like The Incredibles on Netflix, Hulu, or Amazon Prime.
10. The Invisible Woman (1940)
Although not an innovative plot regarding the theme of invisibility, it is still a great medium of fun and entertainment for a generally vast mass of audience, with a great performance by John Barrymore, who by some was called the “greatest living American tragedian” because of his talent on the theatrical stage. A laugh-o-rama that gives us a taste of the adventure of Kitty Carroll, a young woman who becomes the test subject to a newly invented machine intended to turn an individual invisible. However after seeing that it works, the device is stolen by gang members who want to use it to their own advantage.
9. Now You See Him, Now You Don’t (1972)
This charming little film is a fun Walt Disney production starring a young Kurt Russel as an inventive chemistry student in a small American college. Working on a science experiment, he accidentally discovers the formula for an invisibility spray which could win the upcoming science contest, hence save the school from it’s financial instability. However, a selfish villain soon notices the boy’s invention and tries to steal it for himself. An innocently entertaining comedy story perfect for a pleasant family viewing. Its light-hearted creativity makes the amusing aspect of invisibility a delight to watch.