The cluttered, banal children's comedy INVISIBLE DAD is hard to watch, for reasons unrelated to its title.
Teen electronics buff Doug Baily (William Meyers) is new in town, the latest of many moves for his widowed, workaholic dad Andrew (Daran Norris), an architect now creating a shopping mall. Their house previously belonged to an eccentric inventor, and neglected Doug finds his ultimate achievement,
a computerized gizmo that makes wishes come true. Doug wishes for harmless things, like finishing his homework or teleporting a bikinied girl from the TV into the living room. But when Andrew finds the machine he demands Doug destroy it, declaring that Bailys earn ...