Our Review/Thoughts

Some effects are very well done but not all of them

Less is more, as they say

Imagine how much fun that would be! This movie has always attracted rather negative reviews, mainly due to the classic Hollywood-style Halloween-like ending, where the Hollow Man suddenly turns into the Fireproof, Self-cleaning, Concussion-resistant, More-lives-than-a-videogame Berserk Man; not to mention the overuse of the horror movie logic, demanding that large groups of armed heroes, easily capable of overwhelming even an invisible Alien, invariably end up splitting themselves in groups of maximum 2 people, always cornering themselves in tight quarters and dead ends, where they can be conveniently slaughtered by the villain with his/her/its bare hands/claws/appendages

The one scene that should of been deleted from the video/DVD, is the scene where Kevin Bacons character is invisible, and decides to take his anger out on an innocent lab dog by beating it sensless against it's cage(all because it was barking)

Except Verhoeven makes you hate him from the beginning, and makes it clear that there is no good in this man, so he ends up basically being a less witty, less visible Freddy Krueger

Director Paul Verhoeven has one sick mind

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