The Hulk

The Hulk
Director: Ang Lee

Unlike any other comic book character, a wacky science experiment goes haywire, leaving Bruce Banner to become a large angry green man.

I’ll try to start this out in a positive way and say that I liked how it had frames on the screen like comic book panels. That was cool. I think that was the only cool part though.

I thought the acting was horrible. There was no chemistry between any of the actors with one another. Having the Hulk being a complete animation was a big mistake I think. They should have some something similar to either Golem in Lord of the Rings or Mr. Hyde in League of Extraordinary Gentlemen.

The Hulk was my favorite thing in kindergarten. I had an Incredible Hulk lunchbox. I loved that. I wish I still had it. I used to watch the show all the time when I was a kid. I never remember the hulk being a super bouncy ball. What was up with all the bouncing? It wasn’t like he was super angry and couldn’t control his rage. It was like he was a bouncy ball that couldn’t control his bouncing.

This movie was seen over Netflix with Kaile. He had to leave to go somewhere so we stopped it early. We thought the movie only had a few more minutes left and never had the desire to finish the rest of it. We returned it to Netflix and then found out from others that there was about another 20-30 minutes after we were done watching it. I am so glad we didn’t finish it. I don’t think I could have taken any more bouncing.

*bounce bounce bounce bounce*



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