Directed By: Claudio FÃ¤h
Written By: Joel Soisson (Screenplay), Gary Scott Thompson (Story & Characters), and Andrew W. Marlowe (Characters)
Score: Technical: 90, Story: 85, Acting:Â 85, Overall Score: 87%Â
Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â A Seattle detective and a biologist are on the trail of a rogue assassin the only problem is heâ€™s invisible.Â How do you find someone who doesnâ€™t want to be found, the only thing is you must make him come to you.Â Then find a way to see him as itâ€™s the only way to fight him.
Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â The special effects were just as good if not better than those effects used in the first film director Claudio FÃ¤h definitely knew what he was doing when he decided to make this sequel.Â Picking up somewhat where the first film left off it flowed very nicely throughout and answered all the questions that one may have for the film.
Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Receiving Three Skipped Beats on the Roger Moore Movie scale I personally feel that Hollow Man 2 is one of the best sequels I have seen in years. They even did their own homage to the original Invisible Man by using the name Griffin in the film, it was done very tastefully and very well.Â The script was put together with the utmost excellence and the filming was magnificent.Â Only if all sequels were as good as this one Hollywood would be a much better place. Christian Slater does an excellent job in this film even though you never actually see him do anything the voice work done by him was wonderful, and the fight sequences were exceptionally well especially when you have two Hollow Men fighting one another, great climactic ending.Â AS always be afraid, be very afraid.