Directed by Paul Verhoeven
Starring Kevin Bacon, Elizabeth Shue, Josh Brolin, Joey Slotnick, Mary Randle, Kim Dickens, Greg Grunberg, Willian Devane, and Rhona Mitra.
I watched Hollow Man for the first time in over a decade, and I have to say that this movie is still impressive. What would you do if you couldn’t be seen? That is the question this movie explores. It also asks you to imagine the idea of gaining a new power, and then deciding on how to use it, for good or for evil. Not to start comparing, but this film effectively examines the theme of invisibility more than The Invisible Man(2020), in my opinion.
For those of you who are not familiar with the plot, here is the basic premise: A research scientist decides to makes himself invisible, but his new ability produces some unfortunate results.
There’s a lot that can be said about Hollow Man, but this review may turn into a term paper, lol. However, you can not deny that the mix of sci-fi and horror, and the top-notch performances, particularly Kevin Bacon’s role as the main research scientist, gave the viewer some thoughts on the dynamics of invisibility and its effects on individuals and the larger society.
If you haven’t seen this film, you should definitely watch it and add it to your collection. My score: 9/10(Add to your library)