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Scientist Bruce Banner scours the planet for an antidote to the unbridled force of rage within him: the Hulk. But when the military masterminds who dream of exploiting his powers force him back to civilization, he finds himself coming face to face with a new, deadly foe.
A humble fella has an allergic reaction to gamma gamma gamma; in the MCU movie about the green man you don't want to make angry.
It's easy to see why this one isn't so highly regarded. You watch Iron Man, fall in lust with the MCU, and a month later, this is at your movieplex. What if movie A is really really awesome, and movie B, not so much? I guess the masses need time for their minds to adjust! At least it's better than Ang's version, right?
Norton or Ruffalo? Naw, give me, Bill Bixby. That's the Banner I know. (I loved seeing him on the tube in this.) I swear I could hear the Hulk tv theme during…
Completely ignoring Ang Lee's 2003 feature about the same character as if it never existed, The Incredible Hulk is the second instalment in Marvel Cinematic Universe that marks yet another attempt to bring on screen the fascinating story of Bruce Banner & his alter ego. And while the first attempt was a disaster, the second venture is no jackpot material either.
The Incredible Hulk tells the story of Dr. Bruce Banner; a nuclear physicist who is on the run from US military after an experiment carried out on him goes horribly wrong & transforms him into a green humanoid monster for a brief period of time whenever he's stressed, angry or excited. The plot covers Banner attempting to cure himself of his…
Am I the only one who wonders what The Incredible Hulk's poops look like? Or is he incapable of pooping because pooping makes him relaxed and happy? Inquiring minds want to know...
WHATS THE DEAL WITH THE INCREDIBLE POOPS?
Part sequel, part reboot, Louis Leterrier's "The Incredbile Hulk" is a straightforward and sufficient action film that attempts to relaunch the titular beast in a manner worthy of a self-contained franchise. While Leterrier and company may not have achieved that goal, the film offers a engaging and thrilling experience.
Picking up more or less where Ang Lee's 2003 "Hulk" left off, Leterrier's film finds Edward Norton's Bruce Banner seeking peace and solitude in seclusion. Old and new enemies soon resurface, and Banner is left on the run and trying to conceal his inner, anger-generated monster. The narrative needs not concern itself with an origin story, but tendrils of the Hulk's beginnings weave their way into this film in the form…
Conquering the MCU: Film #2 - The Incredible Hulk
Wow, this one really sucks. Re-watching it after eight years made me realize how awful this Hulk origins movie is. Let me explain:
- I hate how they shot Rio de Janeiro. Yeah, I know Favela of Rocinha is huge, but it's not a city, so don't shoot it like it's the only thing in Rio. This shouldn't have bothered me so much, but it looks like Leterrier doesn't really care how Brazil is portrayed. ALSO, we don't speak like that! Portuguese is not Spanish, our accents are completely different.
- I love Edward Norton, but he's just miscast here. Actually most everybody is, except Hurt (guess that's why he showed…
Road to the Avengers: Part 1
I remember when I first watched it, while I liked it, I was also disappointed. The main reason for that was because leading up to the movie I was bombarded by trailers that mainly featured scenes from the final 15 minutes of the film. If you have a villain or monster in your film that only appears at the very end... do not show said villain or monster in the damn trailer! In fact you shouldn't have ANY big scenes from the last 30 minutes of your…
lame and dumber than a rock
This honestly starts out fairly well, and the use of the Hulk as a monster in a horror influenced sequence is wonderful.
But as time goes on the plot really fails to grip, the acting gets worse and worse, and overall, the end product feels rushed.
This is certainly the forgettable MCU film if there is one.
This is the Hulk movie that was never needed with slightly better acting and better casting for Thunderbolt Ross. It was a reboot that still felt like a sequel with essentially the same plot applied to different characters after slightly changing the origin incident.
I remember trying to watch this years ago and it was too intense and triggering as a result of some of the stuff i've been through, and watching it in full tonight was a bit of a headache which is not to say it is a bad film just very poignant and those amoung us who know what being the hulk is like know and the rest probably think this is shrek.
No. This film is a mess from start to finish. Get it out of my face.... now!
The great parts of The Incredible Hulk are really fantastic. The first act is strong, as is a lot of the second but as the finale starts to approach the film gets long and tired. The ties to the MCU are still here but I can see why this is the overlooked black sheep of the franchise.
La película empieza muy bien, con unos créditos que te resumen que ha pasado en la anterior película y unos planos aéreos por las favelas espectaculares. Y luego la película va cuesta abajo y sin frenos, con situaciones cada vez menos creíbles (o el coronel es un incompetente de aúpa). Lo único salvable es Tim Roth al principio (¿soy la única que piensa que es Cristopher Waltz pero en demacrado?).
Lo mejor de la película es cuando la FUERZA DEL AMOR salva la situación. Con su momento de "jo, llevo desaparecido dos años y mi novia ha rehecho su vida"
This review may contain spoilers. I can handle the truth.
The Incredible Hulk is definitely one of the biggest question marks in the history of the Marvel Cinematic Universe. While some people have praised the second film in the mega-franchise, others have chalked it off to growing pains of the universe. On top of that, the film is probably one of the most easily forgotten: it’s the second-lowest rated film on Rotten Tomatoes, the lowest grossing film in the universe, and its lead actor was replaced in The Avengers. One of my friends only remembered this one because of William Hurt’s reprisal of General Ross in Captain America: Civil War. And after watching the movie…I can kind of understand why people don’t look back on The Incredible Hulk with fond…
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Top 100 Comic Book Movies of All Time, as voted by the Blu-Ray.com-munity. Organised by spawningblue.
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