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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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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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The character's name "Michael Griffin" is a direct reference to the character of "Griffin" from H.G. Wells' 1897 serial novel "The Invisible Man". In Wells' story, Griffin was driven insane by his invisibility - much like the character in this movie. See more »

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At the gas station in Seattle a man asks if the ferry to Edmonds runs at night, Edmonds is on the Seattle side of the sound. See more »

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Man on the street: Bacon is murder. Bacon kills
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Follows Hollow Man (2000) See more »

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Written by Craig Rose
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It's a let down
19 October 2006 | by (Toronto, Ontario) – See all my reviews

6 years after the original came out, this appears.

It misses the mark as a suspense, action, mystery, comedy.

It's a let down...it doesn't suck to extremes, just bad enough to make you want to wish there was only the first made.

Had this come out a year or so after the one with Kevin Bacon and Elizabeth Shue, it may have had more impact and been more intense and exciting.

The special effects were poor.

The casting was ALL wrong.

The story was also poor.

The chase scenes were dull.

Who would think that this 20 year old looking kid would be a DETECTIVE? Why were store security guards carrying guns? What power do they have to use a gun? This movie was filmed in and around Vancouver...so it should be called Vancouver - NOT Seattle...there were just too many giveaways that it was NOT Seattle.

There was little intensity and for the most part it was really dragging.

The dialog was very bad - especially near the end.

The direction poor...it was a mess, that if it had been made immediately after the previous, would make much more sense and be much more interesting.

This is television viewing...to be made for a Saturday night movie special..not for a feature.

This just doesn't cut the line to be feature material.

It had less of a budget, which meant casting unknowns, working with unknown director and using shots which would make this film seem poorly done - which it was.

A smaller budget meant cutting back the extras - which made the original far superior...and who could replace Kevin Bacon? He plays a bad guy great...

If you're tired and drunk and this comes on television, it might be of interest, but it's mid-grade.

Don't hope for great expectations.


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