Hollow Man


Yes, Hollow Man's slick and glossy. Yes, its effects are pick-your-jaw-off-the-floor faultless. And no, it's not a very good film. Paul Verhoeven's sauce-heavy retelling of the invisible man tale (with Kevin Bacon as the transparently mad scientist and Elisabeth Shue as the visibly sane one) has sporadic shocks but forgets to have a human, involving side. The mechanical end result feels... well, just hollow.

Film Details

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  • UK Theatrical Release Date: May 1st 2001

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