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Hollow Man II (2006)

A Seattle detective and a biologist are on the run from a dangerous invisible assassin gone rogue.

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(as Claudio Faeh)

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Frank Turner
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Maggie Dalton
David McIlwraith ...
Dr. William Reisner
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Col. Gavin Bishop
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Lisa Martinez
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Heather Dalton
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Trophy Wife
Terri Anne Welyki ...
Pearl Girl
John Shaw ...
Dr. Devin Villiers
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Elderly Husband
Hamish Cameron ...
Washroom Man
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Capt. Rollins
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Ashley
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Josh (as Nolan Funk)
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A Seattle detective and a biologist find themselves the targets of murder from an invisible assassin gone rogue, as well as the government forces who caused him to become invisible... Written by Anonymous

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There's more to terror than meets the eye... See more »


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Rated R for violence, some sexuality/nudity and language | See all certifications »

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20 June 2006 (Canada)  »

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During the final battle between the two Hollow Men, Turner kills Griffin with a shovel/spade. In H. G. Wells' The Invisible Man, Griffin is beaten to death with objects also including a shovel. See more »

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The creaky first step in Dr. Maggie Dalton's house does not creak when she and Frank Turner walk downstairs together. See more »

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Michael Griffin: [about to kill Maggie] You have a real shitty job...
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Featured in Shameful Sequels: Hollow Man 2 (2012) See more »

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One On One
Written by Craig Rose
Performed by 3-D Arson
Courtesy of Craig Rose
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Not bad, but basic one dimensional plot and characters.
4 June 2006 | by (Romania) – See all my reviews

Keep in mind that it is the sequel to a movie just as "hollow". So it couldn't have been very good. The thing is that I like Christian Slater, I think he can be a damn good actor when motivated, so what happened to him? How can he play a character that is not on the screen? He appears in a flashback and once in the end. He used to play in good indie-like movies. It's a pity.

Anyway, the movie is as straight forward as it can get. Hollow man = bad; cop = good; gorgeous, rich and smart scientist = trophy. Now, of course the government is behind it.

As a parenthesis, it's the second US movie I'm seeing tonight and in which the idea of the government covertly doing bad things is tacitly accepted in both of them. I mean, OK, it is plausible that a great deal of power will corrupt a great deal, but to accept it as normal, let it slide? What do these people get in their water?

Well, in the end, can you guess what happens? It's not rocket science, you know. In conclusion it is a completely average recipe movie.

I would have loved an invisible man movie that takes into account not just the physics involved, but also character development, the possibility that the man is not bad and not good, just as normal people, true invisible fantasy scenes, I mean, naked women, violent acts, etc. After all, the original Invisible Man story was about power that corrupts, not a power struggle.


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