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H.G. Wells' novel continuously compels when being modernized with astonishing effects and smoother psychological study before succumbing into becoming its own version of "Alien" as eventful satisfaction for Verhoeven's recognizable taste in violently disposable storytelling. (B-)
Its not terrible. It has a nice concept that just falls short on execution.
Great effects..i enjoyed the story more than critics seemed to. Narcissistic Sebastian and crew do well as scientists turned survivors.
a great idea but the realization was a little less because the film revolves around the gain and the trivial fact that he does not want to be visible again and that therefore he does everything to prevent the advance of the searches. This film is not interesting or the first part in the last part and this generates a huge flatness
Amazing special effects, but its mostly a bunch of bad and over top acting with little plot.
A sci-fi film with very little ryme or reason behind it. The film offers a interesting concept, but fails to take it anywhere interesting or thought-provoking and it doesn't offer any great characters to follow. By the end, it just becomes your basic stereotypical horror flick with nothing tangible to back it up. The special effects were nice and Jerry Goldsmith's score was fantastic, but other than those aspects, I don't recommend it.
An Underrated film filled with amazing effects
Cast and effects are good, but everything could be better.
Hollow Man is directed by Paul Verovan- the carefree Dutchman who has made some gems like Starship Troopers, Basic Instinct and Total Recall. His films are heavy on gore and sex and this film has amples of both. Hollow Man is a take on the Invisible Man and contains a maverick performance by Kevin Bacon. Ably supported by the likes of Elisabeth Shue and Josh Brolin. This is a movie which, depending on your taste and moral compass, will appeal accordingly. I think this is a brave attempt by everyone from the leads to the director as many people will surely find the film morally lacking.
This movie is much like Kevin bacon's wiener, very limp.