Hollow Man

2000 film directed by Paul Verhoeven

Hollow Man is a 2000 American-German science fiction horror film directed by Paul Verhoeven and starring Kevin Bacon, Elisabeth Shue and Josh Brolin. Bacon portrays the title character, a scientist who renders himself invisible, only to go on a killing spree after going violently insane, a story inspired by H. G. Wells' novel The Invisible Man. The film was nominated for an Academy Award for Visual Effects in 2001, but lost to Gladiator (2000 film).

DialogueEdit

Dr. Kramer: I'm going to call out the scientific council.
Matt: Is there anything we can do in the meantime?
Dr. Kramer: How about clearing out your offices?
Linda: For what is worth, we're both very sorry.
Dr. Kramer: It's a little a late for apologies.
Mrs. Kramer: What's the problem?
Dr. Kramer: Just a screw-up at work!
Mrs. Kramer: How bad?
Dr. Kramer: Bad enough to wake up a few Generals.

AboutEdit

  • I decided after Hollow Man, this is a movie, the first movie that I made that I thought I should not have made. It made money and this and that, but it really is not me anymore. I think many other people could have done that. I don't think many people could have made RoboCop that way, or either Starship Troopers. But Hollow Man, I thought there might have been 20 directors in Hollywood who could have done that. I felt depressed with myself after 2002
    • Paul Verhoeven as quoted by Jordan, Zakarin, (April 23, 2013). "Tribeca: Paul Verhoeven on 'Tricked' and Hollywood - Hollywood Reporter". The Hollywood Reporter. Retrieved April 10, 2014.