This review may contain spoilers. I can handle the truth.
nick wibert’s review published on Letterboxd:
This review may contain spoilers.
It only gets better when you rewatch it, don’t worry. There’s so many things this movie does wonderfully that I simply don’t have time to write about them here.
However, I think I’ve decided that Banner might be my favorite part of this movie. Seriously, there’s something about Professor Hulk that amplifies all of Mark Ruffalo’s best traits and turns him into this giant awkward teddy bear that you can’t help but love. Ruffalo’s voice and motion capture work are just incredible; he makes Professor Hulk really likeable while keeping him so expressive and emotionally relatable.