Commentators occasionally go overboard with allegories, but there’s no escape the “Believe the women” overtones in “The Invisible Man, ” which transforms invisibility into the ultimate tool of an abusive, high-tech modern stalker. That coming invokes lots of creepiness, thanks foremost to perform Elisabeth Moss, but this is one of those movies that the project works better the less day one depletes sweating the details.

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