The Incredible Hulk

Well many movies were made with “The Hulk” but out off all I would say this is the best. Not saying it’s a good movie but it certainly is better than the rest that were made. Following the tradition of always changing the main character that played Hulk in a previous movie, we have now Edward Norton playing the green man, and he really did a good job setting the scene in the streets of Rio De Janeiro in which you can really see how the life on the run is with never ending fights to stay calm so that the beast won’t come out of its cage.

The movie takes us throw a few countries and the sceneries are nice but the action placed scenes, like the campus field university are a bit farfetched. It is after all an action sf movie but there is a specific element lacking. Tim Roth did a very good performance but yet again the whole scenes and the way they were implemented looked a lot like Robocop and its plot, take for example when Robocop put in the hospital the mob chief and then bad guy was implemented into a robot witch when rogue, well you have exactly same plot here, after several attempts to trap “The Hulk”, Maj. Emil Blonsky ends up being dozed with gamma radiations and the whole experiment goes bad and we got The Abomination roaming the streets wreaking havoc. The final scene is a special effect packed one with the fight of the 2 “beasts”.
All in all it’s a pleasant movie to watch if you like an action movie, but it by far a masterpiece.

Starring: Edward Norton, Liv Tyler, Tim Roth, Tim Blake Nelson, Ty Burrell, William Hurt

Director: Louis Leterrier
Screenwriter: Zak Penn, Edward Harrison
Producer: Avi Arad, Gale Anne Hurd, Kevin Feige
Composer: Craig Armstrong
Studio: Universal Pictures

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