An Invisible Sign

When a puzzling disease devastates her beloved father, math prodigy Mona Gray deals with the pain by isolating herself from the rest of the world and turning for comfort to the reliable world of mathematics. But when she later teaches math to troubled grade school kids, Mona discovers that her gift can be a route back from her long emotional exile. Marilyn Agrelo directs and Jessica Alba stars in this adaptation of the book by Aimee Bender.
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Agrelo clumsily attempts to play jaunty larkiness against somber situations.
Kevin Thomas, Los Angeles Times  full review
Alba certainly tries her best at portraying not just a beauty but also a beautiful mind, yet very few things add up despite director Marilyn Agrelo's efforts.
Joe Neumaier, New York Daily News  full review
Cuter than a basket of puppies licking a litter of kittens, "An Invisible Sign" is an excruciatingly whimsical collision of adult themes and kid-friendly aesthetic.
Jeannette Catsoulis, New York Times  full review
What's the sign for boredom?
Lou Lumenick, New York Post  full review
Offhandedly charming, if a bit labored in its eccentricity.
John Anderson, Variety  full review
When an errant ax lands in Alba's thigh, the film goes from inept to kind of brilliantly bad; it's a teachable moment, though lessons learned may vary.
Eric Hynes, Time Out New York  full review
Jessica Alba gets plain-Jane crazy for An Invisible Sign, a syrupy A Beautiful Mind redux.
Nick Schager, Village Voice  full review
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