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DVD Releases: Oct. 21, 2008

The Incredible Hulk9/10

Louis Leterrier’s The Incredible Hulk is a more focused and action packed film adaptation of the Marvel comic book involving Dr. Bruce Banner (Edward Norton) and his gamma eradiated, anger induced monster than Ang Lee’s Hulk (2003) and is almost as good as recently released Iron Man. While in Brazil at the beginning of The Incredible Hulk, the film might have even been as good as Batman Begins and was for a few sequences but then it backed away from that greatness during its CGI heavy climax, leaving realism and the human element behind.

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  • I liked this movie and I’m a little surprised at how many people went to see Ironman and didn’t even give this one a shot.

    Jenns last blog post..DARK REMAINS

  • I liked this movie and I’m a little surprised at how many people went to see Ironman and didn’t even give this one a shot.

    Jenns last blog post..DARK REMAINS

  • I liked the first two-thirds of this film. The monster fight at the end of the film was weak.
    People are giving it a shot now that its four dollars to rent and can be put in a NetFlix queue.
    Plus the studio has been advertising the hell out of it on tv.

  • I liked the first two-thirds of this film. The monster fight at the end of the film was weak.
    People are giving it a shot now that its four dollars to rent and can be put in a NetFlix queue.
    Plus the studio has been advertising the hell out of it on tv.

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