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Actors: Rita Wilson, Victor Garber, Tushka Bergen, Mae Whitman, David Dorfman
Director: Joan Micklin Silver
Genres: Drama, Television
Annie (Rita Wilson) is the perfect wife and loving mother of two children, who believes she has a third child named Maggie? only Maggie does not exist! Her husband Tom (Victor Garber), hires Gillian (Tushka Bergen) to beco... more »
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Sharon F. from HIALEAH, FL
Reviewed on 7/28/2012...
I think this movie was on TV also. A little weird and I felt sad for main character (Rita Wilson). She did an excellent acting job.
Only a Man with a Heart of Stone...
Ron N. Butler | Powder Springs, GA USA | 03/05/2004
(1 out of 5 stars)
"My wife and I watched this, and laughed helplessly for the last fifteen minutes. The basic premise is so goofy, the actors so solemn, the whole approach so politically correct that it reminded me of Oscar Wilde's comment on the death of Dickens' "Little Nell": "Only a man with a heart of stone could read it without laughing."The "funeral" scene in particular left us in stitches. I only regret that the wife didn't look up into her husband's eyes and say, "I'm pregnant. And I think this one will be invisible, too.""
Rididulous but Hilarious
Tiffany King | portland, or | 11/18/2006
(2 out of 5 stars)
"If you're bored and in need of a hearty laugh by all means, watch Invisible Child where a mother of two creates a third child (Maggie) for some obscure reason. The movie is devoted to watching this nutcase interact with thin air with the aid of her other daughter and husband. With no set up or backstory, you're immediately thrust into this family who has been dealing with mom's issue for about five years already. This movie is totally illogical and I suppose would be touching if it wasn't so absurd. There are SO many entertaining parts of this movie however. Anytime that the mother is out in public with her "child" is a riot. I don't know what would possess anyone to be a part of this film. I had to give it two stars just because it's so hilarious."