Memoirs of an Invisible Man

Synopsis: Nick Halloway is accidentally made invisible during an accident. When Jenkins finds out about Nick, he set out to recruit him into the world of espionage, seeing the potential for an invisible CIA agent. When Alice Monroe falls in love with Nick, they are forced to flee the attentions of Jenkins. Nick also has the problem of living invisibly whilst trying to find a cure.
Director(s): John Carpenter
Production: Warner Home Video
  5 nominations.
Rotten Tomatoes:
99 min

- It'll be Indiana/UNLV. Maybe Arkansas.

- Carolina.

The leap into film, what did you do?

Raise money?

- Your firm represented someone?

- No, I quit.

I got a job as a production assistant

for a public television station.

- Next thing you know, I'm in the jungle.

- I think it's gonna be UNLV.

Primitive, huh?

There's only a few places in the Amazon

that could still be considered virgin.

So, what did you miss most

when you were down there?

Hot showers, cheeseburgers.

I think Seton Hall will go all the way.

- I hate TV.

- Me too.

- I like music.

- I love jazz.

- I hate weight lifters.

- Narcissists.

- Love skiing.

- Love the ocean and the woods.

I love blond hair.

I love garlic.


- What are we doing?

- I hope it's foreplay.

- We should get back.

- Yeah. Yeah. We should get back.

Let's not do anything

cheap and meaningless.

Okay. What do I owe you?

You couldn't afford it.

- Ciao.

- Nice to have you back.

- Thanks, George.

- See you soon.

- Making an early night, Nick?

- I thought we were having dinner.

- I promised I'd meet somebody.

- Really? Maybe I'd better drop you.

Actually, dinner's not such a great idea

with all this work I gotta do.

You like Italian? We could go to Fiorello's.

It's dark. It's quiet.

- I'd love to, but I do have to meet somebody.

- You're kidding.

- I thought you were putting them on.

- No.

Want to meet for lunch Friday

at the Brasserie?

Lunch? Let's go to Maui.

Nick, we have plenty of time.

You're right.

- Am I gonna regret meeting you?

- You already do.

In a way, it was all Alice's fault.

Maybe if I hadn't met her that night,

and she hadn't been so beautiful...

... I wouldn't have gone back to the bar

and drunk myself silly.

The next morning, I was never

so hung- over in all my life.

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