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Hollow Man 2 2006 R CC

(26) IMDb 4.5/10

Christian Slater stars in the action-packed sequel to the box office hit Hollow Man as a dangerous invisible solider gone rouge. Facing his demise unless given a life saving serum, he hunts down the biologist involved in his transformation, the detective assigned to protect her, and the government forces that created him.

Starring:
Kevin Zegers, Kaley Cuoco-Sweeting
Runtime:
1 hour, 32 minutes

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Product Details

Genres Horror
Director Kyle Newman
Starring Kevin Zegers, Kaley Cuoco-Sweeting
Supporting actors Nick Carter, Ben Scott, Stacy Keach, Judge Reinhold, Lisa Chess, Nicholas Turturro, Eileen Brennan, Joseph Mazzello, Shelley Bennett, Melissa Schuman, Zen Gesner, Natalija Nogulich, Blake Shields, Sewell Whitney, Adam Gierasch, Daniel Spink, Heather Marx, Mason Novick
Studio Not Available
MPAA rating R (Restricted)
Captions and subtitles English Details
Rental rights 24 hour viewing period. Details
Purchase rights Stream instantly and download to 2 locations Details
Format Amazon Instant Video (streaming online video and digital download)

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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Coffee Addicted Writer's Reviews TOP 1000 REVIEWER on October 25, 2012
Format: DVD
Hollow Man 2 was released direct-to-DVD six years after the original. The government has been experimenting with the invisibility serum by injecting it into a soldier, Michael Griffin (played by Christian Slater). Of course he goes a little mad, killing innocent people at random. His next target is Dr. Maggie Dalton, who may or may not have a cure for him. Hot on his trail is Detective Frank Turner, who is assigned to protect Maggie. The only way Turner can stop Griffin is to have the serum injected into himself.

My expectations for Hollow Man 2 were low as I don't care much for direct-to-DVD sequels that don't need to be made. The movie isn't connected to any of the events or characters of the first film. Griffin is already invisible at the beginning of the movie and the back-story is briefly explained in flashbacks. There are several well-known actors in it, but the plot is clichéd and predictable. The special effects are average of at best. Overall, Hollow Man 2 is an okay sequel thanks to the twist with the second Hollow Man.
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5 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Joshua Koppel on July 18, 2006
Format: DVD Verified Purchase
The first Hollow Man was sort of an invisible man meets alien film with the title character going nuts in an underground installation. This one is more like the original Claude Raines movies. Two cops get drawn into a murder case and are immediately superceded by the military. But when one of them dies protecting someone related to the case, the lead detective, who tries so hard to be Tom Cruise, goes on a vengeance campaign to find out why his partner had to die.

There is an invisible man (unimaginatively named Griffin) who seems to be killing people. He needs a buffer that was designed by the woman being protected by the cop. A cat and mouse game follows with complications added by the military. Finally, desperate measures are called for and the film reaches its climax.

Christian Slater is the invisible man in this one but his part is quite small and his biggest scene is a flashback. The movie starts very quickly as a character is attacked at a formal function. Things continue to move quickly all the way to the end with only a few pauses to catch a breath. The only real problem I had was that there is no real reason to care about the characters. We know so little about them it is almost as if they are lab rats, just people to have things happen to. Still it is a pretty fun movie
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9 of 12 people found the following review helpful By Michael Bolts on June 1, 2006
Format: DVD
In 2000 Kevin Bacon became the man who signed up to become a Hollow Man after the scientists made a monkey go invisible. After Bacon was invisible he began rampaging around killing off people one by one, terroizing Josh Brolin and Elisabeth Shue and eventually getting blown up in an elevator shaft. Now 6 years later they make another one...Hollow Man 2 and now in the spot as the invisible Assassian Hollow Man is none other then Christian Slater (Heathers, Pump Up The Volume) who is only in a couple of scenes but provides voices overs. Peter Facinelli (Can't Hardly Wait, Tempted) plays Det. Turner who after his partner is killed in an atempt to capture Hollow Slater runs around with Doc Laura Regan (Wes Craven Presents THEY) who so happened to be a part of the experiment involvoing Slater going invisible. How Hollow does this movie go? Well it has its moments and Peter Facinelli is basically the only one who keeps it alive. Slater looks cool in blue makeup but man...come on, going from crappy movies like The Deal, Manhunters to this?! I so hope he gets better movies. Regan's acting is bland and I'm not liking the short hair on her. The curly long hair in the scene where Slater goes Hollow was nice but short....no. So, all in all it wasnt that fantastic and I hope they dont make a Hollow Man 3. Well, if they do the only actor I have in mind for the role is Corey Feldman....just kidding....or am I?
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By Wuchak on September 5, 2014
Format: Amazon Instant Video
I wasn't all that crazy about 2000's "Hollow Man" with Keven Bacon and Elisabeth Shue, but it was good enough to give a marginal thumbs-up. Six years later this direct-to-video sequel came out with Christian Slater as the rogue invisible man created by the government. Peter Facinelli and Laura Regan team up after the invisible man murders the former's partner (Sarah Deakins).

The plot is sorta reminiscent of "Terminator 2: Judgment Day" in that you have a malevolent being with incredible powers pursuing two others and the two beings with powers square off at the end, but "Hollow Man 2" isn't nearly as good. Still, it's not bad at all and I found it watchable. There's some quality action and a little female eye candy, not to mention the F/X are good considering this is direct-to-video.

The film runs 91 minutes and was shot in Vancouver, British Columbia.

GRADE: C+ or B-
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6 of 9 people found the following review helpful By Michael Butts HALL OF FAMEVINE VOICE on May 27, 2006
Format: DVD
Waiting six years to do a sequel to the more engrossing original, this followup doesn't really seem necessary. Confusing plot developments, standard effects and mediocre acting combine for a rather tedious thriller. Christian Slater is going to become the next Stephen Baldwin with his laconic, devil may care and lifeless acting. Peter Facinelli and Laura Regan try a little harder, but they're swamped in the script's ineptitude. Maybe it'll be nice to say we haven't seen Christian Slater for a while!
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