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Hollow Man 2 [DVD] [2006] [Region 1] [US Import] [NTSC]

3.7 out of 5 stars 14 customer reviews

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  • Format: CD-ROM
  • Language: English
  • Subtitles: English
  • Region: Region 1 (US and Canada DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 16:9 - 2.35:1
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Classification: R (Restricted) (US MPAA rating. See details.)
  • Studio: Sony Pictures
  • Average Customer Review: 3.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (14 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B000EU1Q6I
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 258,363 in DVD & Blu-ray (See Top 100 in DVD & Blu-ray)

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HOLLOW MAN 2 MOVIE

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In keeping with the other reviewers I was not expecting much from this movie. The first movie was a good no brainer and I wondered what I would get with the second movie. It had Chris Slater in it and well his best years (?) are in the past. He is okay and thankfully invisible for most of the movie.The other actors are good as well but there is no one of the calibre of the original movie's lead Bacon and Shue.
The DVD does not seem to have any audio commentaries which is a disappointment. Though it does have a good making of documentary.
I think that this is a good shlock SF movie that is well worth the one pence plus £1.26 P&P I paid for it second hand.
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I thought I would give this a go, after spotting an advert for it in a well-known UK film magazine. I knew Hollow Man 2 was in production, and as a fan of the first movie I was a little non-plussed to find the sequel getting a Direct-to-DVD release.

So I wasn't really expecting much...

I was pleasantly surprised therefore to find an engaging little movie - very much in the spirit of the first (no brain, no logic, full speed ahead with cardboard characters and a plot straight from the back of a 40-year-old comic). It has many faults - Christian Slater just ain't up to the job any more (but seems to be enjoying himself), a long and overly-talky middle act, some extremely ropey visual effects (though it has to be said that there are many good ones despite the obviously low budget), a blatant re-use of a scene from the original Hollow Man not-very-well-disguised, and a conclusion that felt very rushed - dare I suggest the budget ran out?

On the plus side however the 2-dimensional characters are engaging, there are one or two great jump-out-of-seat moments, tips of the hat to not only the original movie but also HG Wells' novel "The Invisible Man", effective use of music (which is all new - not a rehash of Goldsmiths original) and an overall sense of fun (That's Executive Producer Paul Verhoeven shining through, I think) - despite the nasty moments!

To the people that are slating this saying "It's not as good as the first, really disappointed" etc etc, I simply have to wonder exactly what they were expecting! Shakespeare this ain't...

But to the people who are open-minded enough to give this an honest go, you will get out exactly what you put into it. It's not Shakespeare, but it certainly is Hollow Man.

If this is the future for the Hollow Man franchise (there is the obligatory - but well executed - set-up for a Hollow Man 3), it could be an awful, awful lot worse.

Bring 'em on!!
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I bought this film because the first Hollow Man was fantastic, the second film however does not succeed it. About half as good as the first, but still an okay film. I was disappointed with the sequel, I would recommend the first hollowman over this one, but still it's a fun film to watch, and the price's for films on Amazon are just ridiculously cheap!
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The original Hollow Man starring Kevin Bacon was reasonably enjoyable without being a great film. The sequel (as is often the case) is an inferior version of the original. One of the main problems for me was that the Hollow Man (Christian Slater) is only visible for about 5 minutes of the entire film. It's almost an hour in before you actually see how he became invisible and by that time I was already a bit bored, partly due to the lack of any recognisable actors. HM2 has obviously been rushed together with a very limited budget. In that respect the director has done reasonably well in making it all look pretty good, and it does entertain in places, ultimately though this is best rented when there's not much else to choose in your local video store. If I had purchased it I would have been a bit miffed. It's okay, but it ain't great.
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in this the second film of hollow man the military (as usual) want it as a weapon and put one of their highly special forces officers on it to take the syrum ,but there is a floor as 3 kinds of cancer start to destroy the body as he tries to get the syrum killing all he knew had the know about to where it is,in the end a cop helping the doctor to stay alive takes the same syrum as the special force hollow man and all hell breaks loose,great special effects and a good film (with hollowman 1) even better,recommend this
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Christian Slater takes over from Kevin Bacon in the lead role in the sequel to Hollowman, not that you'd notice that it was him particularly, as he remains invisible for most of it (although you have to give a Hollywood actor credit for doing that).

I enjoyed Hollowman, but still felt it lacked a bit of edge. This sequel was blander and somewhat repetitive. There's only so much you can get out of repeatedly watching scenes where surprised people are tripped up, beaten, or groped by someone they can't see. Some nice make-up made up for some dullish acting and a script that's a bit rambling and unsure of itself.
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A totally unwelcomed Sequel.Gone is Kevin Bacon,giving way to the always Watchable Christian Slater,it's just a shame that it's all a bit Samey.
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