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||Elisabeth Shue, Kevin Bacon, Josh Brolin
Don't even think about bringing them.
She might get scared and snuggle.
A hinted at rape scene and lots of nudity, even
something for the ladies to see.
Too much to mention.
Chases and stuff.
A line here and there.
The going from visible to invisible and vice
Sebastian quotes a Superman joke: "I gotta get
myself some of that "wonder" pussy."
Douglas Wick, Alan Marshall
There were two reasons why I wanted to see "Hollow Man."
One was that I think Kevin Bacon is a great actor and would
be good as a twisted invisible man, deviant and mean. The
other was that ever since "Adventures in Babysitting," I
think Elisabeth Shue is one of the best and hottest
actresses out there and I hoped she would get naked. Well,
Kevin didnt disappoint, and even though Ms. Shue
didnt get naked, she was still great in her role and
wore some nice underwear.
A Movie Review
Kevin Bacon plays Sebastian, a scientist, who along with
his team, has been hired by the government to develop a way
to change the light spectrum of a person so that they are
invisible. The team has found the key to becoming invisible,
the problem is that they havent found the way to
reverse the process, thereby making the subject visible
again. Well, one night, Sebastian believes he has found the
key to the reversing process, its time for the test on
the gorilla who has been made invisible, and in one of the
coolest special effects sequences I have ever scene, we get
to see the invisible gorilla become visible again.
Sebastian isnt happy, though, because he knows if
he tells the government he has found the reversing process,
well, they will take over the project, delay human trials,
and he wont be able to be the first human to become
invisible. So he convinces Linda (Shue) and her partner that
he should be the first invisible man and they lie to the
rest of the scientific team that the government had approved
Sebastian being the first human trial.
All goes well on the making invisible part, but alas, the
reversal process doesnt work (I guess humans and
gorillas arent that close in the gene pool), and
Sebastian quickly goes more crazy while stuck in
invisibleness. He hates being invisible until he realizes
the freedom it gives him, and when his co-workers realize
that Sebastian has turned evil, well, they realize he must
be stopped before he can escape.
Alright, sure, there are some stupid things in this plot
like why didnt Sebastian just stay outside the
compound the first time, but then I guess we wouldnt
have the big fight scene at the end nor the ingenuity of
Linda making a giant electromagnet. With that "Hollow Man"
could have opted for more originality than seeing chicks
naked and killing the General who could stand in your way of
freedom, and, oh yea, the love triangle of Sebastian, Linda,
and the other co-worker, but it kept things simple and just
had Linda make sure she would kill Sebastian (so much for
the sequel). But, "Hollow Man" did have some quality nudity,
some quality kills, and Elisabeth Shue in her underwear.
With that its 3 ½ stars out of 5 for "Hollow
Man." The movie isnt bad, kinda what you would expect,
the effects are incredible, and you also get some to see
some boobs and a quality tire iron shoved through the body.
What more do you want!
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