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Hollow Man

Rating:R (for strong violence, language, and some sexuality/nudity)
Genre:Suspense/Thriller
Release Date:August 4, 2000
Running time:130 minutes
Cast:Elisabeth Shue, Kim Dickens, Kevin Bacon, Greg Grunberg, Josh Brolin
Director:Paul Verhoeven
Producer:Douglas Wick, Alan Marshall
Writer:Andrew Marlowe
Distributor:Columbia Pictures

Description: At a top-secret military lab, a group of brilliant young scientists have just unlocked the secret of invisibility. The team's arrogant leader, Sebastian Caine, ignores the risks and decides to test the dangerous procedure on himself- only to discover his fellow scientists are unable to reverse the effect. Working around the clock, Caine's colleagues struggle to devise an antidote. But Sebastian's intoxication with his new found power is growing, and he's come to believe his colleagues may be a threat to his very existence.

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