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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).
- 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.
- 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.