The Incredible Hulk


Action / Adventure / Sci-Fi

Rotten Tomatoes Critics - Certified Fresh 67%
Rotten Tomatoes Audience - Upright 70%
IMDb Rating 6.7 10 418719

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January 31, 2012 at 07:07 AM


Robert Downey Jr. as Tony Stark
Edward Norton as Bruce Banner
Liv Tyler as Betty Ross
William Hurt as General 'Thunderbolt' Ross
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648.67 MB
English 2.0
23.976 fps
1 hr 52 min
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English 2.0
23.976 fps
1 hr 52 min
P/S 79 / 350

Movie Reviews

Reviewed by MR_Heraclius 6 / 10


This movie bucks me in the most irritating way. I love Hulk, but this movie really is irrelevant if you think about the bigger picture. The Marvel Cinematic Universe has so many other movies that actually have some kind of impact on the rest of the universe, but in the end, this movie is really just a filler in the middle of a greater universe and unfortunately, it really tells when you watch the movie. It's not that good, unfortunately.

Reviewed by Oeuvre_Klika 8 / 10

An underrated part of MCU history

As I am writing this review, Avengers: Endgame is breaking box-office records as the culmination of 11 years of the MCU. Marvel Studios has become a juggernaut that seemingly nothing can ever stop. When The Incredible Hulk came out in 2008, the second movie of the so-called « Phase 1 » after Iron Man, such a success was merely a hope, if it was envisaged at all.

However, this movie is an oddity in the MCU. It isn't considered an essential watch, a lot of people just forget about it, or simply have never seen it. And this isn't very suprising, as The Incredible Hulk has a completely different feel as any other MCU movie. There are no vibrant colors, jokes are few and far between, and, supreme heresy, it doesn't even feature the beloved Mark Ruffalo as Bruce Banner / the Hulk. Despite that, I think this movie should be more recognized by Marvel enthusiasts.

For one, I was surprised at the number of foreshadowing in it. Despite its reputation, it is very clear, watching now, that it was definitely intended as the beginning of a cinematic universe. There are references to Stark Industries, to super soldiers, to S.H.I.E.L.D., and the movie clearly lays the ground for a sequel (that never happened and probably never will).

The performances were strong, and I will single out Edward Norton, who left the Marvel boat after this, for reasons still a bit unclear. Watching this movie made me regret that he didn't stay in the role for more movies (no disrespect to Mr. Ruffalo whom I like a lot, as does everyone). I am a big fan of Edward Norton in general, from whom I have never seen an unenjoyable performance. That stays true for this movie. To me, his casting as Bruce Banner was an inspired one. He portrayed the tortured soul of the character exactly as I envision it, and with a lot of nuances.

The story itself isn't very remarkable. It's fairly conventional, although maybe not totally conventional for a superhero movie. I would say it's more of a thriller, about a man on the run from the military who are after his secrets and his life. We've seen this story before, but here the man also happens to turn into a big, green monster when his pulse gets too high. It isn't just a thriller, though, bu also very much a love story, which may be one of the reasons of its unpopularity (?). If that's the case, then it's a shame, because I found the love story actually well done. There was a real chemistry between Edward Norton and Liv Tyler, who portrayed a sweet, but capable Betty Ross, and there wasn't a moment where I didn't believe that these two characters were completely in love.

What this movie might be criticized for, is a lack of the titular Hulk. It's true that it's mainly Banner's story. However, the scenes in which the Hulk appears are very satisfying. I must say I was impressed by the CGI. It isn't as modern as what we're used to see nowadays, but still very good. In a movie with such a realistic feel, it's even more difficult to make a huge CGI monster look like it's really there in the scene, but I though that it worked perfectly.

This movie definitely is the odd one out in regards to the whole MCU, but I think it deserves not to be forgotten or dismissed. Not only is its quality on par with other, more popular Marvel movies, it is also our only Hulk solo movie, and it will stay so for the foreseeable future, due to the distribution deal between Marvel and Universal. So, if you're taking a nostalgia trip through the history of the MCU, or if you're only just now starting to delve into this cinematic universe, don't skip the Incredible Hulk.

Reviewed by rambofan4life 7 / 10

Hulk VS. "the Abomination" decent this movie surprised me

This is a decent good movie The Incredible Hulk really surprised me. I hated Hulk 2003 because the film was boring as hell the first hour almost nothing happened I hated Eric Bana and Nick Nolte in the film I hated them. With Hulk (2003) I was really, really disappointed over that lame over long, boring to death super wannabe comic book film, this was an improvement over the first Hulk film. It was directed by Louis Leterrier who also directed The Transporter 1 and 2. He brilliantly directed the film much better than Ang Lee. It is not an origin film it is a sci-fi action film too. I like the film, but is not my favorite MCU film.

But I am going to say this I was a huge fan as kid of "The Incredible Hulk" (1978 - 1982) TV Series I watched some of the episodes including the TV pilot for the series. It starred Bill Bixby R.I.P. 1934 - 1993. I heard that Bill didn't allowed to watch his kid his series because he was afraid that his son would have been terrified of him when he turns in to green monster. Me and my childhood best friend loved that show that time so much, it was our favorite TV show of all time and that was in 1995. So the title brings me in too good memories. This movie redeem it self and in turns in to a good decent, solid superhero movie.

I like the film, but I am not really a fan of the film Edward Norton is a good Bruce Banner and the designed for the Hulk was good. Dr. Bruce Banner is on the run from Thaddeus "Thunderbolt" Ross (William Hurt) who is a General in US Army who promised he will catch The Hulk but in truth he wants to take the power away from Bruce Banner so he can developed the power in too his soldiers to create super soldiers. Bruce Banner is searching for a cure so he could get ride of this power when his angry.

Adding Tim Roth as Emil Blonsky / Abomination in to this film arch enemy of The Hulk was the reason why I liked the film so much. Tim Roth was excellent as Abomination when he says he is angry and it is waiting for round three. I don't think it is such a bad film. The fight and the fight sequences between The Hulk and Abomination was a bad ass in to the movie I enjoy the fantastic CGI scenes in the movie. Liv Tyler as Betty Ross love interest of Bruce Banner is good in her performance who helps Bruce Banner out. This movie is also bloody in which Abomination kills people. This movie should be rated R not PG-13 but still with that rating it is a decent movie.

Lou Ferrigno is also in this movie in which he gives the Hulk his voice and he plays a security guard on College campus in which Banner brings him a pizza so that security guard let him in the campus. Lou Ferrigno played the original Hulk in the 70's and I like the actor so much. He was also in Hulk (2003) I watch it 3 years ago. It is a good movie I like it in MCU movies but is not my favorite film. I like "Hulk smash" and monster VS monster. I love that Hulk stopped Abomination and protect Betty. I also love in the film that General Ross order his men on a helicopter to help Hulk battling murderous monster Abomination I love that. I love that Hulk saved Betty and General Ross in the fire of helicopter by making a wind like Superman.

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