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A lot better than Ang Lee's Hulk film. It has great performances from everyone. It's packed with action. But the story is a little underwhelming. When I first watched it I LOVED it. When I re-watched it though, It was just average. Lacking in depth but very entertaining.
Overall Score: 7/10 (Good). As a fan of superhero movies, I'd probably rate this an 8/10 But from a filmmaking & casual movie-goer's perspective (Meaning realistic) I'll stick with a 7/10. In the end, Recommended.
The Incredible Hulk... Marvel's 2nd MCU Movie... So awesome!! Especially the final battle and the battle at the campus as well as the opening montage scene! LOVED IT!! This was the movie that made me LOVE MARVEL EVEN MORE cinematically, as I've always known marvel's characters since I was a kid!
While it never lives up to its true potential, The Incredible Hulk nevertheless makes up for any flaws it has with great CGI, worthy performances from its cast and some awesome action thus making this a worthy summer action blockbuster which improves upon the 2003 non-MCU Ang Lee Hulk played by Eric Bana.
This movie I don't blame for having stale parts. Once again just sort of meh. I give this movie some gruff though because it's the second movie under the MCU cast with an actor who quit the franchise anyway. (kind of glad about that though) Still has great visuals and even though Edward Norton isn't as good as Mark Ruffalo, he does okay like the rest of the cast.
The Incredible Hulk decided to have much more action than the last Hulk film. They also brought in a different villain named Abomination. It may be more entertaining than the last Hulk film but the new cast isn't as good and its narrative is far less involved. It may provide more action but doesn't provide as much powerful dialogue from Bruce Banner, so the film is only slightly better than the last Hulk film.
After watching this, I'm actually more confused whether it's considered MCU canon or not, and if it is, how the hell Ross recovered from the disgrace of this whole mess (and why Tony was willing to have ANYTHING AT ALL to do with him in Civil War).
Best in the hulk series. The second in marvel phase 1 and the words super awesome best describes. shame Edward Norton didn't stay with us in the marvel cinematic universe. Oh well mark ruffalo will do.
This movie is downright annoying. The action is passable at best, but the characters SUCK. Edward Norton and Liv Tyler do shoddy work as Banner and Betty, with Edward feeling miscast and Tyler performing in such a way that makes me want to claw off my genitals with a bottle cap. The only person I felt actually gave a heck is General Ross. He's cast well, and the actor does a fine job. The scenes he's in I don't mind nearly as much. That said, his actions are ALSO annoying. He's the typical hardass general who doesn't like the word fun. The only pluses I can give this movie are that the story is actually not half bad, and neither is the action (what little there is.) The cruelest thing this movie does is spare Betty Ross.
Probably the most underrated film in the Marvel Cinematic Universe, in my opinion (but I'm a Hulk fan so I may be biased). Great script by Zak Penn as this reboot shows just enough of Bruce Banner's origin but doesn't have to outright explain everything. Banner's motivation for staying away from society is well seen and Edward Norton gives an outstanding performance. Tim Roth as Blonsky gives a great performance as well. Fight between the Hulk and Abomination is amazing, and of course, the cameo at the end sends audiences off very happy.