I really enjoyed this movie back in the day and still do.
Well, you couldn't have possibly gotten any more hollow than "Hollow Man".
And, so now we all know. It was the snarfing down of vast amounts of coffee & Twinkies, not brilliance & intelligence, that sparked scientist, Sebastian Caine, to finally "crack" reversion and, with that, successfully complete Phase 3 of the sorely incomplete Bio-Quantum equation.
Yes, folks, in other words, eating junk food equals the certainty of realizing the secret formula to invisibility and, thus, it will allow you to become the ultimate Peeping Tom as you merrily go around feeling up women who have no idea that you're even there.
Wow! Scientifically speaking, isn't that the most astounding, intriguing and fascinating thing that you've ever heard in all of your born days?
And, of course, we can all thank director Paul Verhoeven for unveiling this awesome revelation about invisibility to us here in Hollow Man.
This $95 million production was a real stinking let-down. I even thought that the visual effects stank pretty bad, including the invisible vomit.
It really figures that, once again, it was the U.S. military who were the ones involved in this whole invisibility project. Golly. Gee. What do you suppose that they had in mind as a use for this sort of thing?
It was O.K for a home TV movie. I was entertained and interesting. But it was NOT worth the long library wait or the price to rent from a Red Box. "I fast forwarded a lot but not all the way.”
"There are some things Man is not meant to know", and there are some movies I am not meant to see. A dickish scientist and his animal-torturing techno posse are hired by the government to invent invisibility. What could go wrong? Has the kind of lame yet pretentious writing and empty style that give science fiction a bad name.
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