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Hollow Man II (2006)

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

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Claudio Fäh (as Claudio Faeh)

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Cast

Cast overview, first billed only:
Christian Slater ... Michael Griffin
Peter Facinelli ... Frank Turner
Laura Regan ... Maggie Dalton
David McIlwraith ... Dr. William Reisner
William MacDonald ... Col. Gavin Bishop
Sarah Deakins ... Lisa Martinez
Jessica Harmon ... Heather Dalton
Sonya Salomaa ... Trophy Wife
Terri Anne Welyki Terri Anne Welyki ... Pearl Girl
John Shaw ... Dr. Devin Villiers
David Abbott ... Elderly Husband
Hamish Cameron Hamish Cameron ... Washroom Man
Colin Lawrence ... Capt. Rollins
Zara Taylor ... Ashley
Nolan Gerard Funk ... 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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You can't see him, but you can feel him. See more »


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

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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

20 June 2006 (Canada) See more »

Also Known As:

Hollow Man II See more »

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Dolby Digital

Color:

Color

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2.35 : 1
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The flashback scene in which Christian Slater is becoming invisible re-uses footage from the original Hollow Man (2000). See more »

Goofs

Reisner's glasses are on when Turner grabs him after he cloaks himself..... when he lets go and has the gun pointed at Reisner, his glasses are off, yet when the car hits him, the next shot shows a bloody and broken set of glasses. See more »

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Michael Griffin: [Maggie is injecting the supposed cure into an invisible Michael in overalls and sunglasses] Oh, you're a true hero Maggie - Just like me.
Dr. Maggie Dalton: Ok, You got what you wanted...
Michael Griffin: [Grabs Maggie, stands up] Perfection. How many people in their lifetime gets to achieve it? Perfect husband, perfect father, citizen? I'm none of these things... but I am the perfect weapon.
[Takes of glasses, to reveal hollow eyes]
Michael Griffin: And you perfected me...
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Intriguing sequel with action,thriller ,suspense and low budget
26 March 2007 | by ma-cortesSee all my reviews

This is a horror feast and killing based on H G Wells' novella and the previous film.It concerns about a biologist(Laura Regan)using the same invisibility formula in a military experiment over a soldier(Christian Slater).A detective(Peter Facinelli) is assigned to protect her from invisible man whose invisibility formula drives him insane and the killing,but his mind definitely nut and he plans to use his power to vengeance.The investigator also inoculate himself the powerful potion to battle the mad soldier become in a murdering megalomaniac.But the process is irreversible degenerating into body-count. This invisible man cannot be compared to Kevin Bacon in the first one.We discover who he is and we find out that he was sent out to kill political enemies of the establishment.Slater to get the opportunity of following in Bacon footsteps.The picture follows a lot of rules with being invisible,for instance he can't have any clothes on if you're invisible,when he materialize it can be a little embarrassing like an invisible striker,gets chilly out there running around without clothes.The producers thought in Christian Slater originally for this role because he has such a distinctive voice and while he doesn't appear as much ,because,of course,he's the invisible man he has that voice which is just so recognisable.So much film is done electronically ,the actors are used to working with blank spaces in front of them,nowadays actors in situation having to work with nobody.Paul Verhooven's Hollow man I visual effects were trying what were,at the time,very groundbreaking effects and they were very expensive,in this sequel look better than the original but they're doing it for one-hundredth of the visual effects that they had in the first movie.So the visual detail is excellent ,in spite of the low budget though it can't hide screenplay's lack of imagination.Setting standards and stunning effects specials are copied from previous film because they are difficult to surpass.So,they strap the actors into harnesses,they yank them around on wires,they shove them around with poles and I think it's helpful for the actors to kind of react to a bunch of stunt people, a bunch of wires,it creates a more honest emotion and reaction.The director Claudio Faeh is really interested in making this one a lot creeper than the first one.Darkest in tone and more suspenseful ,it's all about not showing everything we know, a kind of withholding information,withholding bits and pieces.Claudio's vision for the film is to do a modern film noir,but he's still trying to keep it very natural and realistic,keeping it very mood but not too theatrical.


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