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The Incredible Hulk

The Incredible Hulk

2008
Sci-fi
Fantasy
1h 52m
Depicting the events after the Gamma Bomb. 'The Incredible Hulk' tells the story of Dr Bruce Banner, who seeks a cure to his unique condition, which causes him to turn into a giant green monster under emotional stress. Whilst on the run from military which seeks his capture, Banner comes close to a cure. But all is lost when a new creature emerges; The Abomination. (imdb)
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The Incredible Hulk

2008
Sci-fi
Fantasy
1h 52m
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Rated 10 Mar 2016
85
63rd
Resoundingly adequate, but will be remembered only by those who do complete MCU marathons.
Rated 24 Jun 2008
6
55th
All I remember about this movie was a really hot chick let me finger her in the theater when we went to watch this. Good times
Rated 24 Feb 2011
45
17th
If this is supposed to be the good movie, I don't want to waste any more of my time on The Hulk. I understand why they chose to gloss over the origin story, but this creates a huge lack in character development that the movie never compensates for. None of the characters' motivations ever feel convincing; especially Roth, who ONLY exists so The Hulk can have something his own size to fight. On top of that, the CGI is too much and the fight scenes are cliched. A big step back for superhero flicks
Rated 17 Jun 2008
72
61st
Pretty decent, and certainly better than the Ang Lee version. Norton makes a good Banner, and they get right down to it in this version. Origin story is conveniently sidestepped, so we don't waste time with that. To be honest, most of the movie is filler between action scenes, but that's ok, cause the action scenes are really fucking good. None of this naked hulk vs. hulkdogs bullshit. We get the Hulk fucking shit up, and a great finale fight of Hulk vs Abomination that is sure to satisfy.
Rated 14 Jan 2010
75
50th
A satisfying comic book film that does the source material justice.
Rated 02 Aug 2008
90
86th
They should bury the first hulk movie and never speak of it again.
Rated 04 Mar 2010
50
7th
So why make another Hulk movie 5 years later? Seemingly only for a dumb teaser at the end that I think even Hollywood is smart enough to reconsider. At least Ang Lee tried to inject some serious pathos into the Hulk. Sure, that's one of the stupidest ideas I've ever heard, and he didn't prove otherwise, but at least there was some reason to watch it. This is throwaway plot with a CG model wreaking havoc on other CG models.
Rated 17 Sep 2016
17
1st
Gloomy, stilted, and sappy. The two Tims try to inject some charisma but Liv Tyler is perpetually stuck in la-la land and Ed Noodle is about as exciting as the cold center of a microwavable burrito.
Rated 11 Jan 2009
90
94th
If Marvel keep putting out films of this calibre it's going to be a very good couple of years. This is basically the best Hulk film I could have hoped for, and the fact that it's the start of tying the universe together makes it even better. Can't wait to see what's next!
Rated 01 Oct 2012
75
53rd
Not bad, but ultimately disappointing. Ed Norton makes a good Banner, Tim Roth is a solid bad guy, and there's some good action scenes, but it just doesn't add up to much. A fun popcorn movie, but nothing to write home about really.
Rated 04 Jul 2009
67
37th
As an action movie it mostly works, but dramatically it is a mixed and forgettable experience. The action is cool, but its storyline is fairly unremarkable and ho-hum.
Rated 26 Apr 2019
85
75th
The first half does a fantastic job of doing what may be most important: making Banner compelling enough that you're not sitting around waiting for the Hulk. The writer shrewdly offers up what he wants most: a potential cure. Once the Hulk does show up it's an impressively well made battle, although after having seen so many Avengers movies since 2008, they don't seem as impressive as they once did. Still, although we don't get much characterization for Betty or Emil, the performances are solid
Rated 08 Sep 2018
80
62nd
This updated version of Hulk had a lot to like but I was pulled away by Norton and Tyler. My issue with Norton as Bruce Banner is that he isn't someone that I feel sorry for. Norton has one of those faces that you just need to hate. Tyler, like Norton, is a fantastic actor but I think their talents were wasted in this movie. I like that this movie doesn't feel the need to rehash the origin story. It is a story of Banner coming to terms with his affliction. The story is great in this movie.
Rated 23 Dec 2012
52
47th
I loved Edward Norton's scenes of isolation, tormented by his inner demon. And Tim Roth's ambitious, aging general started out as an interesting antagonist. And then... we get to the states, Roth turns into a caricature, and the interesting, introspective plot turns into a pretty boring action sequence. Norton was enjoyable, and the effects, though not great, were decent. But it felt like a waste of potential, and more of a vehicle for Marvel than anything else.
Rated 17 Jun 2008
70
34th
Norton makes a better Hulk than I had thought, but the horrible acting of Liv Tyler more than makes up for it. William Hurt proceeds to call everyone by the name "Soldier" and does an awful job in his character. Almost no plot or character development, but some well done CGI. Overall, this movie stumbles too much to make a good impression.
Rated 13 Apr 2010
40
15th
the plot "superhero meets his equal" has been done to death, and the story pretty much doesn't have anything else. The motivation for the villain is weak, Hurt and Tyler (who sucked by the way) portray one dimensional characters. Norton can't quite save a film when he has very little presence. Top-notch actions scenes make the movie tolerable though.
Rated 07 Jul 2008
33
6th
By far the worst comic-book based film I've seen, more in the league with Mortal Kombat II then anything else. The only plus is a short guest appearance of Robert Downey Jr. (you guessed it - Tony Stark!).
Rated 10 Feb 2015
30
8th
The use of Liv Tyler's character is alarmingly sexist (she is practically the only female in the film and exists ONLY to lend support to Edward Norton's character), and honestly, apart from a couple of decent sequences towards the beginning, everything else is a mess.
Rated 12 Mar 2021
5
43rd
What many consider to be the black sheep of the MCU, The Incredible Hulk does feel the most out of place of them, wether because Universal produced this or the one off Norton experiment, I find this is actually okay. Roth was actually really intriguing to me, and his build up to Abomination was interesting. A lot of the action and effects were solid as well, and it binds a entertaining final act. However, Norton and Tyler themselves leave a lot to he desired. It's incredibly average.
Rated 11 Feb 2010
60
30th
Completely silly reboot of the Hulk franchise. Edward Norton is miscast as Bruce Banner. The effects are "ok" up to a point but instead of emphasizing the human drama elements of the Hulk it dives right into action sequences that look like they come from a video game. Not all that impressive considering the vaunted "reboot" status and dramatically a lesser film than Ang Lee's version.
Rated 27 Dec 2008
2
8th
A crashing disappointment coming so soon on the heels of the excellent IRON MAN. Actually worse than Ang Lee's version -- impossible to follow, under-written to the point of inanity. Even the action is lousy. Leterrier is incapable of telling a coherent story. I could feel myself getting angrier as the thing dragged on. The Hulk should be the easiest Marvel character to film, yet NO ONE can seem to get it right. Hulk SMASH stupid turkey movie!
Rated 01 Aug 2009
69
65th
Enjoyable comic book action. The plot is nothing special, but at least it stays simple and avoids plot holes. Norton and Roth are excellent and the rest of cast adequate at best. Good fun.
Rated 22 Aug 2013
2
15th
I have never been as happy about a power outage as I was when I saw this in theatres.
Rated 23 Jul 2008
28
9th
The creators veer so far from the unfairly maligned 2003 Ang Lee take on the Hulk that they wind up with a film that doesn't have a brain in its big green head. It takes flailing stabs at the different subtexts inherent to the ballooning angry fellow and his band of grouchy or teary supporting characters, but it's half-hearted. In the end, this film is about finding a way for the Hulk use a couple of parked cars as makeshift boxing gloves because that'll look way cool in the video game spin-off.
Rated 03 Jan 2012
30
17th
In a time where really good superhero films are made with great regularity, The Incredible Hulk just isn't worth your time. The action is dull, the situations begin and get resolved far too quickly, and the Hulk is a character that simply bores me. Compared to the likes of something like Iron Man from earlier in 2008, this is a bad movie with lifeless characters and an almost non-existent plot.
Rated 24 Mar 2020
55
20th
Nice try but it's not what we wanted. To be fair, it wasn't that bad (particularly on 2nd viewing), but the fact that it wasn't quite an origin story means that they had to play by other rules, and also feels separate from the overall MCU. Edward Norton is fine, but now that we are used to Mark Ruffalo in the role, he just doesn't live up to it. The fine battle is a little anti-climatic, especially as the monster form of Abomination, isn't nearly as interesting as the human form.
Rated 15 Oct 2008
87
82nd
Action packed and kinetic. This one maintains a better pace than the first very cerebral one. The action here is very well done and the effects of the Hulk character are about as realistic as you could expect a giant green man to appear. A couple of the fight scenes, though (particularly the last one between the Hulk and the Abomination) are filmed a little too close to really be able to easily follow the action. Other than that, this one is great.
Rated 21 Dec 2017
5
10th
Edward Norton is incredibly bland as the Hulk. Same with Liv Tyler as the love interest. Still, the Incredible Hulk is interesting because tonally it does not match up with the MCU as a whole at all. In fact, it was seemingly ignored until recently with the use of Ross in Civil War. It's pretty clear that with the success of Iron Man and the lackluster response to the TIH, that the MCU as a result followed Iron Man's tone in it's development and conception. And it's easy to see why.
Rated 01 Jul 2008
6
34th
More fun and entertaining than Lee's version (which was too boring for words), but that's what it is, ENTERTAINING, a real no brainer, all they do is run or fight, which pretty much sums up the entire film. And as for the hulk's backstory, not much is really explained (well it's Leterrier so...), but as far as summer movies go, it's respectable. This is particularly due to Norton's presence, I think I would've left the theater very soon if he wasn't there...
Rated 26 Nov 2011
79
64th
Pretty damn good start the The Avengers thing Marvel has going. Norton was great, to bad he won't be the Hulk in the actual Avengers movie.
Rated 20 Sep 2008
71
29th
Fun enough and Norton does a good job, but there's something about the story that just wasn't all that captivating.
Rated 22 Sep 2010
66
51st
OK adaption and I liked it better than the Ang Lee version. It was really just a set up for the Avengers (that Norton won't even be in because of his incessant bitching) so I wasn't expecting too much.
Rated 24 Apr 2019
58
6th
put me off the mcu cancelled my endgame ticket
Rated 27 Jul 2009
73
54th
Not the best of comicbook superhero movies, but hey, it has Tim Roth.
Rated 15 Jun 2008
80
69th
Well acted and directed with an ok script and great action. Skillfully avoids a sluggish origins story.
Rated 17 Apr 2011
79
39th
Better than the first Hulk movie.
Rated 01 Jul 2008
70
18th
A mindless superhero flick which trades in Ang Lee's directorial vision and the psychological essence of the hulk myth for a lot of big explosions and CGI extravaganza. Fans of the tv-series and the golden age marvel comic books might be thrilled, but those who go looking for a little depth in their super hero buffet, might want to look for a different restaurant. But hey, you can't compare fast food with haute cuisine anyway.
Rated 12 Jun 2010
70
50th
There's a really interesting idea at the center of this movie. Basically we're shown during the first 45 minutes how every time Banner becomes the Hulk he loses everything. His home, his money, his job, his friends, everything. There are other superhero movies with a similar kind of theme, but we're never shown it this convincingly. Near the end we're shown a hint of Banner adopting a monk-like existence. This is all great. However, about 60% of this movie is kinda conventional and boring.
Rated 27 Jul 2014
3
14th
The Incredible Hulk is a definite improvement on Ang Lee's awful predecessor. In comparison this is better in every way, but that said it's still a poor excuse for a Hulk film. I loved the character growing up and like so many other fans out there I'm just crying out for a worthy Hulk film. Plot wise it's completely forgettable, but the set pieces are much more enjoyable this time around and are worth a watch. Norton phones in his performance and overall this is a weak step towards the Avengers.
Rated 23 Jun 2009
70
29th
The action was fun, but everything else was just boring. I thought first attempt was a better movie.
Rated 26 Apr 2010
20
1st
With the financial viability of superhero movies proven in the early '00s by the success of the X-Men and Spiderman franchises, producers quickly developed highly advanced technology, allowing for entire superhero movies to be created, from script to screen, by computers, requiring humans only for an afternoon or two to come in and read their lines off a prompter, and sign the appropriate licensing agreements. The Hulk: green like money.
Rated 15 Jun 2008
60
35th
Thankfully the 1-hour long how-the-superhero-got-his/her-powers(the origins) was gone but still the film stumbles often; the pace sucks. Generally uninspired and without ambition - the best thing about the film is that it reminds how masterful Ang Lee's depiction of Hulk was.
Rated 23 Jun 2008
99
96th
Edward Norton and Liv Tyler, William Hurt and Tim Roth all OWNED their roles! Even the big ol' green meanie himself looked PERFECT! I saw The Incredible Hulk today and I am VERY excited to tell you how much I loved it! It's a HUGE improvement over Ang Lee's version from just over 5 years ago, and I cannot recommend it enough! I am going to have my detractors when I say this, but I liked Hulk better than... GASP... Iron Man!
Rated 27 Apr 2013
68
45th
I just can't get into these Hulk films. If you're a big fan of the Hulk comics, the movies just can't compete. The best Hulk incarnation is actually the one in the Avengers.
Rated 24 Sep 2008
71
53rd
Far more entertaining, and thus enjoyable, than Ang Lee's Hulk film but it's not without it's flaws. I think the largest one is that the character of The Hulk simply isn't an interesting one. The other being the supporting characters are even worse. Still, as a blockbuster action flick where you're going to see stuff explode this delivers. It's good great fights and a great a cast, who do what they can with what they're given. In the end it's entertaining but nothing more.
Rated 19 Jun 2008
45
25th
A solid summer actioner, even if it is a bit mindless. This movie has more in common with the TV show than anything, attempting to fix Lee's version's problems, but unfortunately removes too much of its brain (or perhaps leaves it on the cutting room floor). Roth steals the show as Blonsky, and Norton is solid in the lead. Tyler is utterly forgettable, and Hurt can't match Sam Elliott's intensity. But when Hulk smash, Hulk really smash.
Rated 21 Jun 2008
4
44th
A mostly enjoyable action movie. It makes interesting use of genre, avoiding nearly all the standard beats of the typical superhero film and really being more of a chase / thriller movie that happens to be about a superhero: Hulk meets Bourne. The action scenes and special effects are solid. Ed Norton is as watchable as always but Tim Roth is mega entertaining and arguably steals the show as the villain.
Rated 06 Mar 2018
73
29th
A disaster from a marketing perspective but not as bad as you would think so. This is probably the only film from MCU that you could call an outlier, both in tone and success. Too dramatic sometimes, lingering too much in action scenes at others, these are the results when creative differences exists between the production team. Nevertheless It was still very touching and an accurate representation of a tragic antihero, and probably the scariest yet most sympathizing hulk that ever existed.
Rated 27 Feb 2020
91
32nd
"Don't make me hungry... you won't like me when I'm hungry." A really great cast, actually, with Liv Tyler, Tim Roth and Edward Norton. Would've been interesting to see it play out as a trilogy like Iron Man did. I knew this was one of the weaker entries in the MCU, but definitely better than I remembered it. (First logged 5/11/2015)
Rated 17 Jun 2008
15
6th
I didn't like him even when he's angry. Without anymore expectations even the action sequences were devoid of any excitement.
Rated 10 Dec 2014
45
37th
Admittedly, this was pretty great while on peyote. Couldn't understand why the entire movie they won't just leave him alone. That's all he wants. And then you wonder why he gets so angry?
Rated 30 Sep 2012
79
39th
This feels like the black sheep of the MCU. With a bad guy and plot similar to the early 2000's superhero movies, this movie just feels different. Edward Norton makes a good Hulk, Tim Roth makes a solid bad guy. Everything's there, it's just not following the current Marvel Superhero formula and following an older formula. Is that better?
Rated 06 Jul 2008
67
6th
The Incredible Hulk is a weak summer blockbuster, and a shell of its former Marvel counterpart Iron Man. Driven by a horrible script. Director, Louis Leterrier has to muster nearly a two hour cinematic adventure guided by virtually a non-existent plot and dialogue. Nonetheless, Norton and Laterrier manage to keep the audience engaged, despite Liv Tyler's disgraceful performance as Betty Ross. The action is entertaining yet unfulfilling. TIH although not an Abomination leaves much to be desired.
Rated 22 Dec 2009
75
66th
It has everything the Eric Bana version lacks and more. Unfortunately Liv Tyler and Jeff Bridges can't hold a candle to their counterparts from the previous movie (and that's one of the few things that really holds this movie back). The action scenes are phenomenal.
Rated 08 Nov 2011
60
52nd
I'm not sure if Marvel's second attempt at a Hulk film is any better than its first. This one is certainly less ambitious, and easier to follow. Norton is believable as a low-key Banner but not as the Hulk, as we aren't really sure what he's repressing and what fuels his anger (perhaps its his separation from Betsy Ross, but the only proof of this is repeated staring at her photo). The villain is also lacking - Blonksy's motivations are unclear and he is severely underplayed by Tim Roth.
Rated 30 Dec 2012
25
17th
Only slightly better than Ang Lee's abomination, and worse cast. The Hulk has yet to receive worthwhile treatment in a standalone film and I'm beginning to think he's just not cut out for it. As a side character, he's great, but I think it might be time to give the Hulk franchise up as a bad job.
Rated 21 Dec 2011
59
12th
I didn't enjoy this movie. There are a lot of talented actors in this, Edward Norton, Tim Roth etc. But they have all given better performances in better movies. The final big fight scene was boring and the story was uninteresting.
Rated 10 Jan 2011
1
0th
It's the crappy summer blockbuster Marvelites probably deserve.
Rated 19 Jul 2008
75
57th
A great comic book film. Edward Norton does a really good job in this. The special effects are solid, and Hulk looks awesome, A lot better than 2003's. However, points are subtracted for a terrible script and a very bad plot.
Rated 19 Jan 2011
65
33rd
Incredible Hulk: The Series Movie
Rated 20 Jun 2009
27
7th
Perhaps it's that the hulk as a character is just dumb, maybe its the sterile acting and bland special effects. I don't know - all I know is that this is pretty bad.
Rated 09 Aug 2009
75
58th
Highly entertaining pulp, but not much substance. The film trades the more cerebral approach that Lee favored for a more action packed feel. Despite the action being decidedly better, the film is less interesting than Lee's flawed effort.
Rated 21 Feb 2011
60
40th
Okay, 5 years later and still no decent story or improvements.for everything that's better, there something that's worse, so it's pretty much on par. Norton is decent as always, tyler makes for a pretty betty ross but is nowhere near jennifer connelly. Mmmmh, jennifer connelly...
Rated 23 Sep 2008
55
34th
I expected soo much more since Ed Norton was starring in it. Let me get this right, he cuts his hand while walking on a railing, and his blood falls into a bottle. How about if you step in shit, and shit falls down? Little things like this bother me..
Rated 29 Apr 2011
83
46th
A big improvement over the first Hulk film that gives us what we want- action, some personality and a tight narrative.
Rated 01 Dec 2008
30
18th
What a waste of Norton's talents. Not a bad movie, but nothing spectaculair as well.
Rated 06 Jul 2008
45
28th
10 steps behind Ang Lee's version. More action, but absolutely no sense. Usually Norton shines but he doesn't even glimmer in this movie. Bad shaky cam and way too much CGI.
Rated 06 Oct 2008
35
18th
The gratuitous Stark/Iron Man tie-ins define this one: a vehicle for the evolving Marvel movie universe. They decided to make Banner more of a Jason Bourne clone than a scientist, and having him start to be able to control the Hulk's powers takes away the emotion behind his quest to cure himself. Norton and Tyler are decent, but William Hurt as Gen. Ross is completely one-dimensional and uninteresting compared to Sam Elliott's version in the 2003 film.
Rated 25 Jul 2010
62
36th
The screenplay has flaws and the effects are questionables, but is passable for Edward Norton's intense performance
Rated 05 Apr 2019
42
12th
I wonder if Marvel studios create scripts based on a checklist of sorts: uncomplicated story- check, love angle - check, possible joke situations - check, plot twist - check, explosions - check, troubled hero lookalike - check, big bad enemy - check, big good green blob (extra points) - check, famous actors - check, good side prevailing - check. Ding ding ding ding! we have a winner ladies and gentlemen a movie worth dying for. Suprisingly it also makes me question my movie selection choices.
Rated 30 Mar 2014
47
21st
Picture it: the scriptwriters have written the first half-hour or so, they've been informed that their job is done and the CGI guys will take it from here, when the boss comes in and goes "Um, guys? We kind of need a big finish, any ideas?" One scriptwriter takes his mouth off the bong long enough to mumble "Um... another hulk?" Boss shrugs and goes with it. As does the audience.
Rated 29 Aug 2019
65
32nd
The action is passable and Edward Norton fits the central role well enough. As far as the greater MCU is considered, The Incredible Hulk is a little too safe and nowhere near the level of Iron Man from the same year.
Rated 13 Aug 2009
70
28th
When compared to IRON MAN--which you sort of have to do, considering the last minute of the film--it's relatively sub-par. But, on its own, it's fine. There are holes that bother me, though, and the action scenes are much too infrequent.
Rated 30 Oct 2008
75
59th
A huge improvement for the franchise but still full of faults.
Rated 14 Feb 2009
73
52nd
This is what the previous Hulk movie should've been. More character-driven, more plot. This movie is quite good overall, though it doesn't reach the caliber of Iron Man or Spider Man.
Rated 08 Mar 2015
83
33rd
http://youtu.be/xbqNb2PFKKA?t=1m15s || this trailer is better than any super hero movie could ever be, maybe future critics will watch our film history in terms of the development of our trailer aesthetics, because they, just as commercials, are way ahead of anything the tv/movie machine could ever hope to produce,
Rated 07 Feb 2015
3
12th
Eh, the movie wasn't terrible thanks to the high quality acting, but the plot was bland and the cgi was bad enough to take me out of it. I guess at least it's not like the previous Hulk movie, but still quite the waste of time.
Rated 06 Jul 2008
76
69th
Good action flick, could have been better. Roth is a genius in everything he does, even cheesy action movies. They didn't resolve the Abomination thread on-screen though, what's up with that?
Rated 03 Dec 2009
83
73rd
Another hit for Marvel Studios.
Rated 24 Jul 2011
60
28th
Here I was thinking I'd stumbled upon a Marvel movie with an actual point, containing the heart-wrenching pain of the first film without superfluous explosions. When the film merely heeds the dynamic between Bruce, Betty, and her father, it succeeds. Unfortunately, the third act turns into an expression of senseless violence for no reason; Tim Roth's character is pointless throughout the whole thing. I should be thankful; this is the only chance I'll get to see William Hurt with fake eyebrows.
Rated 12 May 2018
50
9th
Too obsessed with trying not to be the Ang Lee Hulk and not obsessed enough with being a good movie in its own right. Also, what ugly cinematography.
Rated 14 Oct 2008
95
90th
Fuck yeah hulk
Rated 27 Nov 2008
80
80th
Norton does good role as Banner. The action and cgi along with plot and stylish "cut-the-crap" beginning make this highly enjoyable movie.
Rated 25 Oct 2014
70
50th
I really enjoyed Tim Roth in this, but then again he's always solid. Edward Norton was good as Bruce Banner but now that I have the comparison I do believe Mark Ruffalo did a better job (IN LESS SCREEN TIME!). The thing is that is good and moves along pretty well, although it falls far behind what Marvel has been able to pull off since then.
Rated 06 Jul 2008
81
44th
Well, since they came out just a month apart, it's impossible not to say, "Not as good as IRONMAN"... A lot of it works for me though. But, I have the same problem that I had with the first one with Bana: It looks like animation to me... But it's getting better.
Rated 17 May 2010
89
93rd
Hulk is my favourite MARVEL character along with Bruce Banner
Rated 21 Jun 2008
82
59th
Solid comic book movie. Good performances and well-paced until a certain point. My only problem is it seems to kind of rush prematurely into Act 3. Tim Roth becomes the Abomination too quickly, and after the great buildup throughout the film it becomes too impatient. Otherwise, pretty fun stuff overall.
Rated 06 Sep 2010
63
23rd
It's better than Ang Lee's Hulk, but it's still not really good. And Liv Tyler is annoying. As is the comic buzzword bingo ("An Abomination!").
Rated 27 Oct 2012
50
14th
This movie was not bad. It was just too similar in the overall story to "Iron Man". The main reason it didn't get a better rating is because of the cross-promoting of another movie. If you're good, you can catch the cameos by RDJ himself. This movie just didn't pop for me but Edward Norton was suprisingly good as Bruce Banner. I also give props to the designer of the favella chase scene.
Rated 31 Jan 2009
83
50th
I liked the one with Eric Bana better even though I admit that Edward Norton is a superior actor. But for some reason...he just didn't strike me as a Bruce Banner. I thought Ang Lee's version was unfairly panned. It was a really good film.
Rated 25 Dec 2010
100
89th
Norton's act is unique!
Rated 04 Aug 2008
60
36th
Arguably better than Ang Lee's Hulk, because it has Edward Norton in it, and he makes Bruce Banner much more likable than Eric Bana's wimp. But the problem is inherent in the Hulk - there is only so much the Hulk can do - getting angry and smashing things.
Rated 10 May 2009
82
34th
great action flick!
Rated 05 Aug 2010
6
65th
melhor que o primeiro...
Rated 21 Oct 2010
90
67th
Edward Norton is an awesome Hulk.
Rated 22 Dec 2018
83
69th
In retrospect, one of the more interesting early entries in the MCU series; seemingly intent on striking out in a more sober, serious direction to counterbalance IRON MAN and all the better for it. Norton's intense, haunted Banner is a more intriguing rendition of the character, though it's difficult to fathom if he could have ultimately fit into later entries. On its own merits: a well-produced, generally well performed blockbuster entertainment, with a genuinely exciting 'Hulk vs Hulk' climax.
Rated 30 Jan 2020
71
57th
71.2
Rated 01 Oct 2010
85
31st
good
Rated 12 Jan 2017
9
88th
Love the OTT strength.
Rated 22 Apr 2012
78
50th
New hulk with comics sense and a good plot.

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