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    The Incredible Shrinking Man

    The Incredible Shrinking Man is a science fiction film. When Scott Carey starts shrinking because of exposure to a combination of radiation and insecticide. There is no way to help him, even medical science is powerless to help him.
    Duration: 81 min
    Quality: HD
    Release: 1957
    IMDb: 7.6
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  • Actors of "The Incredible Shrinking Man"

  • Characters of "The Incredible Shrinking Man"

    Scott Carey. Character of The Incredible Shrinking Man
    Played by: Grant Williams
  • Directors of "The Incredible Shrinking Man"

    Jack Arnold. Director of The Incredible Shrinking Man
    Jack Arnold
    Birthdate: 14 October 1916, New Haven, Connecticut, USA
  • Creators of "The Incredible Shrinking Man"

    Richard Matheson. Director of The Incredible Shrinking Man
    Richard Matheson
    Birthdate: 20 February 1926, Allendale, New Jersey, USA
  • Critic Reviews of "The Incredible Shrinking Man"

    March 26, 2009

    Director Jack Arnold works up the chills for maximum effect by the time Williams is down to two inches and the family cat takes after him.

    Time Out
    June 24, 2006

    A moving, strangely pantheist assertion of what it really means to be alive. A pulp masterpiece.

    New York Times
    March 25, 2006

    Unless a viewer is addicted to freakish ironies, the unlikely spectacle of Mr. Williams losing an inch of height each

    Chicago Reader
    January 01, 2000

    The surreal intensity of outsize objects that loom as the hero shrinks is handled effectively, and the mystical happy ending is a better payoff than one would expect of the genre.

    Radio Times
    October 20, 2016

    Williams gives a sensitive portrayal of a man hounded by the media and consigned to a freak's world, whose descent into being and nothingness provides a memorable climax.

    August 29, 2015

    A case of tangible metamorphosis and spiritual expansion, a unique Jack Arnold mastery

    Antagony & Ecstasy
    July 25, 2015

    A pretty terrific example of its genre, despite some rather obvious and avoidable flaws of story structure.
    October 28, 2011

    Earns its ponderous tone, and the final moments are as fitting as they are unexpected.

    TV Guide
    June 06, 2007

    Notable for its relatively intelligent script, for some imaginatively amusing special effects, and for an existential streak which finally has our (tiny) hero pondering the meaning of existence.

    Old School Reviews
    April 06, 2007

    Surprisingly provocative 50's sci-fi that goes beyond the thrilling spider battle

    Ozus' World Movie Reviews
    May 04, 2006

    A pulp gem.

    Lawrence Journal-World
    October 01, 2004

    One of the landmark sci-fi efforts of the 1950s

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