There is a moment in this meeting where Griff and Melody seem to have a shared moment. We soon find out that Melody is not quite what she seems either. Awkward and shyly Melody doesn't think like regular people. She has ambitions of walking through walls but she explains it in a truly scientific way.
Griff continues to work at his day job at a shipping carrier in the customs office. He does not fit in at work and there is Tony that is constantly tormenting him. It turns out that Griff makes an Invisible suit and breaks into work to setup a gag to get back at Tony. It is shortly after this where we find out that Griff was not invisible and he was caught on film.
This is the point in the film where you start to question whether or not Griff's reality is truly real. They go back and forth between reality and fantasy at this point making things a bit confusing to figure out what was really going on. Although I must state I had many interruptions and several breaks during the viewing of this movie. So if I had a quieter and less distracted viewing experience I might have been less confused.
At the end you find that both Tim and Melody both want what they think is best for Griff. However they are at totally different ends of the spectrum. Melody wants him to embrace his fantasy and Tim of course just wants Griff to be normal like everyone else.
In the end we have a great finish to the film and everything seems to get tidied up.
It had a love story in there but it was buried in the middle of the chaos that is part of the film. I just couldn't seem to get into the film.
I rate this film three and a half out of five smiley Mike heads. If it wasn't quite so in and out of reality and confusing I perhaps would have rated it a bit higher. I must also admit that the ending seemed to just come out of nowhere.