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DCOM Invisible Sister Movie Review and Analysis on Disney+

Blog and Video Description: In this episode of Matta Critic; I will be reviewing and analyzing the DCOM movie Invisible Sister that is currently on Disney+. This movie came out in 2015. I will go over several topics in this episode. I will give you my rating at the end of this episode. The movie starts off with Cleo played by Rowan Blanchard and is narrated by Cleo. Cleo is played by Rowan Blanchard reminds me of Alex who was played by Kyle Schmid in Alley Cats Strike. She does an excellent job of bringing this character to life. Cleo talks about invisibility and how it is all around us. We may think that it does not exist, but it does exist. There are things we cannot see such as sound waves, gases, or things such as smell. There are things we miss because they are hidden in plain sight. When she says this, a butterfly is on a tree. If you want to know more about this, you want to read this blog or watch the video included in this blog.



YouTube Video Description: In this episode of Matta Critic; I will be reviewing and analyzing the DCOM movie Invisible Sister that is currently on Disney+. This movie came out in 2015. I will go over several topics in this episode. I will give you my rating at the end of this episode. The movie starts off with Cleo played by Rowan Blanchard and is narrated by Cleo. Cleo is played by Rowan Blanchard reminds me of Alex who was played by Kyle Schmid in Alley Cats Strike. She does an excellent job of bringing this character to life. Cleo talks about invisibility and how it is all around us. We may think that it does not exist, but it does exist. There are things we cannot see such as sound waves, gases, or things such as smell. There are things we miss because they are hidden in plain sight. When she says this, a butterfly is on a tree. If you want to know more about this, you want to watch this video.



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In this episode of Matta Critic; I will be reviewing and analyzing the DCOM movie Invisible Sister that is currently on Disney+. This movie came out in 2015. I will go over several topics in this episode. I will give you my rating at the end of this episode. Now on with the review.

The movie starts off with Cleo played by Rowan Blanchard and is narrated by Cleo. Cleo is played by Rowan Blanchard reminds me of Alex who was played by Kyle Schmid in Alley Cats Strike. She does an excellent job of bringing this character to life. Cleo talks about invisibility and how it is all around us. We may think that it does not exist, but it does exist. There are things we cannot see such as sound waves, gases, or things such as smell. There are things we miss because they are hidden in plain sight. When she says this, a butterfly is on a tree.

I am aware of Rowan Blanchard and that she played Corey Matthews’ daughter in Girl Meets World that is the spinoff from Boy Meets World. The one who plays Cleo Eastman’s sister Molly is played by Paris Berelc who has been in Mighty Med and in the spinoff Lab Rats Elite Force which was a combination of Lab Rats and Mighty Med. Cleo is the nerdy sister and Molly is the popular one in High School. Cleo feels invisible to Molly. Cleo shuts the world out by listening to her headphones and she is being challenged by her teacher. She got an A, and she got a perfect score, a 100. Her teacher Mr. Perkins tells her she needs to challenge herself. He wants her to experiment with something on transformation. He rejects her idea of powering a papaya into a battery. As he told her, I have 7 other kids turning vegetables into a battery. He told her, your experiment is officially rejected. Cleo is upset and told her, George gets all As and you are letting him study how a guinea pig lives on all ice cream diet. It leads to her getting a substance which he wants her to transform into its crystal state. She asks him, how am I supposed to do that? Mr. Perkins tells her; you are going to have to make a homemade spectrometer. Mr. Perkins tells Cleo; you are going to have to do what we in the science community like to call science. He tells her that the hives did not become the hives by shutting the world out and listening to their headphones. They got out there. His point is that you do not know what you can accomplish unless you engage the world a little bit. He tells her, as added incentive, this is worth half your class grade. Cleo is upset and realizes that she needs to get this done or she will fail his class.

Cleo later gets home with George and her sister Molly has a party. She makes the device needed to do it. She later finds out that the solution that she got from Mr. Perkins is a sugar solution. She says sarcastically, how sweet Senior Perkins gave me sugar. A moth will fly in her solution and becomes invisible. She puts it in a jar, and it becomes invisible. She drops the jar. This happens after she accidentally dropped a bunch of chemicals in the sugar solution. She tries to catch it and flies away.

It will later lead the viewer to having Molly drinking the invisible moth after she put Ginger Fitz in her water. She drunk it and it would later have Molly become invisible. This will lead Molly and Cleo to find out the next morning that Molly is invisible.

Molly will need Cleo to be her and get through her day as Molly. This will lead the viewer to some funny scenes of Cleo trying to play Lacrosse and her getting creamed. Cleo tells Molly that and Molly later tells Cleo this is not easy for her as she must drink Ginger Fitz just to untie the knots in her stomach. Molly helps Cleo get through the game. Cleo finds out that she can do it and she is tougher than she thought.

The movie will lead the two characters through trials and tribulations. They must trust themselves as well as their friends and when life gets tough, they must get tougher. The tough are the ones who find the answers. Yes, they are both smart, but the movie will show how tough these two are and realize they all have strengths and weaknesses that get exposed. It will help to make them stronger.

As not to be revealed anymore, nothing more will be revealed here. It does bring the viewer to the climax of the story.

I will now give you, my rating. I give Invisible Sister a 10 out of 10. It was fun and does an excellent job of telling this story. It helps to teach the viewer a lesson while being funny but having that Halloween story as well. Having this story take place during Halloween makes sense and Molly being invisible in this story reminds the viewer of a ghost. Ghosts cannot be seen and there is scene where Cleo puts a white sheet over Molly and if that is not an obvious nod to a ghost, I do not know what is. The graveyard scene where Cleo and Molly were looking for a moth is typical of a scary Halloween scene. It hits on all that and still provides the humor with the science aspect of this story. This makes it a unique story in that way.

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