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Hollow Man (2000)

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Old May 29, 2001, 05:55 PM   #16
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Re: good sci fi, bad movie....

well i'll agree ST is not a classic (but its definitly getting there, at least in the sci fi genre), it is definitly not "gay"(and neither is Hollowman). Its almost as good as Robocop (Verhoeven's best), and a superb flick that is very underrated.
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Old May 29, 2001, 07:30 PM   #17
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Re: good sci fi, bad movie....

I wouldn't go that far Oogaphlub. With all due respect to Eowyn's opinions, I just don't feel the same about Verhooven's other films. I liked Total Recall and Robocop but thought that they were far from classics. They were simply action packed, violent movies, just as Hollow Man was. Kevin Bacon kept a journal of his experiences from the film. They actually were wanted Robert Downey Jr. for his role! So it could have been much worse!



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Old May 30, 2001, 07:58 AM   #18
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Re: good sci fi, bad movie....

okay, perhaps I was wrong to use the word 'classic' .

What I meant is that Verhooven's other work has been far better.

Compared to ST, Total Recall and Robocop, Hollow man was a big disappointment
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Old May 30, 2001, 04:25 PM   #19
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okay...

I see what you mean now Eowyn. Anyways I liked Total Recall and Robocop. To me Total Recall almost crashed at the begnning but saved itself in the later half of the movie. Robert Downey JR.? Thank you for casting Kevin Bacon. Wait no! There could have been a drug bust on Downey in the end!
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