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Too much good tech! It's so cool when Hulk and Abomination have a brawl!
|10/10||connorhw1@ - 410 reviews|
I have to admit I was skeptical of Norton but I have to give him props for pulling this off. I also enjoyed Bana's version somewhat but this give the feel of the Bixby days. The CGI really helps the Hulk franchise and made the movie what it was. Plot and acting was very good making is one of the better Marvel movies.
|8/10||alapatyou@ - 49 reviews|
13.10.2011 - age: 26-35
How many versions does one need really. Can't they not decide or what. Let's face it, Norton was not hulk.
|8/10||shazjoao@ - 1748 reviews|
6.10.2011 - age: 36-49
This needs to [be] strong and intense to make The Hulk believable. The Incredible Hulk was small, weak, and lazy. There were moments, especially towards the end, which blew me away. But all in all, there's nothing special about this remake. I'd advise another remake to make this darker, and much more intense. This was weak.
|5/10||christensonj_filmcritic@ - 96 reviews|
18.5.2011 - age: 13-17
Very good movie. I'm glad they did a remake. Liv Tyler's character was annoying though, she had such a passive voice it was hard to understand her.
|8/10||lilaim@ - 73 reviews|
18.10.2009 - age: 18-25
It was really good, the only thing is I would have liked to see a bit more hulk, anyways, excellent movie. Hope they make a sequel!
|9/10||jlesh@ - 36 reviews|
2.7.2009 - age: 13-17
A lot better than 2003 Ang Lee Hulk and more true to both the comic and television show I mean in the comics and television show Bruce Banner was always a little shrimpy guy and in Ang Lee's version he was all buff. This Bruce Banner was more real and it was cool to see appearances from both Samuel Sterns/The Leader and Emile Blonsky/Ambomination the Incredible Hulk himself looked more real and less of a cartoon the 03 Hulk looked so C. G. I. Even a blind man could see he was fake a much improved version of the Hulk and a classic edition to the Superhero genre.
|10/10||ducksrule@ - 217 reviews|
25.5.2009 - age: 18-25
Love this latest installment of the Hulk, all others pale in comparison. Love Ed Norton too.
|8/10||liz_warman@ - 62 reviews|
25.4.2009 - age: 36-49
Go see it and by it if you love it!! It's a great movie much better then Hulk 1... this movie have Robert Downey jr The Iron Man at this movie this movie is totaly awesome!!
|7/10||lance_josh@ - 2 reviews|
13.2.2009 - age: 1-12
It stands as the Best of all the Marvel Movies much better then Iron Man.
|9/10||thegodzillaking@ - 92 reviews|
20.1.2009 - age: 13-17
A must see but you need to see iron man before seeing it because it adds on to iron man when stark came in at the end but they should of put the stark industries logo onto the RPG crate would of made the link sooner.
|8/10||kai12345678910@ - first review|
21.11.2008 - age: 13-17
Very good marvel movie. I'm really loving their new movies, attention to detail is perfect. Great story, great acting, more emotion. Definitely worth seeing.
|9/10||ambitiousleo@ - 7 reviews|
4.11.2008 - age: 26-35
I was very excited to see this film, after realizing that Bob Probert was the Technical Engineer. Although the special effects were great, I didn't think Paul Orndorff did a good acting job. Some of the effects were the work of Chuck Norris, while other action sequences were loaded with excess sugar water and purple.
|2/10||sicily75@ - 8 reviews|
12.9.2008 - age: 26-35
Another 'comic movie' surprises. Didn't expect much and got 'way' more out of it than I saw from the trailers or anticipated. Is it worth your cash? If your a hulk fan - Yes. If your not - you'll enjoy the one element that's becoming very apparent in 'comic book movies' and that's 'acting'. Real performances - Ed Norton, Liv Tyler, William Hurt - pretty good. The script has a few plot holes but the performances of the cast, especially, Ed "Bigums" Norton was top notch. Good for the video collection too.
|8/10||talk2eboo@ - 14 reviews|
31.8.2008 - age: 36-49
A better movie then I thought was going to be. I wish I saw it a lot sooner then I did though.
|8/10||jenniferanddavidpower@ - 18 reviews|
16.8.2008 - age: 26-35
Pretty decent. Didn't go there expecting much but I was surprised. Good performance from Norton.
|8/10||krillenbob@ - 11 reviews|
15.8.2008 - age: 13-17
Great action movie, really mediocre storytelling (did Lucas co-write the script or something? ) I think one of my biggest problems is that the trailers gave away way too much. I knew where the movie was going the entire time. The best part was the beginning (scenes in South America) since I had no idea they were going to introduce Bruce in that place. In the end, it's just a fun action movie but not very interesting.
|6/10||patrick.sullivan@ - 265 reviews|
14.8.2008 - age: 26-35
A great movie. Much better than the other hulk. The Portuguese though is not from Brazilian people...
|8/10||rogerio.lage@ - 9 reviews|
8.8.2008 - age: 26-35
I don't know, this movie didn't really do it for me. Edward Norton wasn't as good as he was in The Illusionist, but he still didn't disappoint. On the other hand, I found Liv Tyler's acting to be particularly weak. Basically, this movie could have been made shorter and still have the same impact. At the beginning especially, it could have dragged less. However, I liked the action scenes.
|6/10||saragroleau@ - 24 reviews|
6.8.2008 - age: 13-17
Not better than the last Hulk movie and not that enjoyable. The TV pilot episode did it better. The CGI Hulk looked ugly and fake. Tim Roth was too skinny and short to be taken seriously as a professional soldier. Liv Tyler was horrible. Too much of the movie's action senses seemed to be like cut scenes from the video game Ultimate Destruction.
|5/10||parker_2@ - 299 reviews|
5.8.2008 - age: 36-49
A real good movie! Younger audiences may find the action takes a little to long to build, but for me it was well paced and very well acted! Edward Norton is solid as usual, his David Banner is tortured and sympathetic, yet still proactive and inspiring!
|8/10||paul_hilditch@ - 8 reviews|
5.8.2008 - age: 26-35
Funny, action-packed, and Edward Norton. Brings back the feel of the Hulk TV series. A must for ALL fans of the big green guy.
|9/10||mikevo@ - first review|
4.8.2008 - age: 26-35
Not a bad movie, better than first one, but still... your typical comic story spiderman was much better, but its worth seeing.
|7/10||ykebbe@ - first review|
31.7.2008 - age: 18-25
This is one of the best movies I have ever seen! A definite must see!
|9/10||dhwolfman@ - 2 reviews|
31.7.2008 - age: 13-17
I did not enjoy the 1st Hulk but this one is a MUST SEE. I can't wait for the next one. You will not be sorry.
|10/10||hudson@ - 30 reviews|
31.7.2008 - age: 26-35
Great movie. Returns to the original Hulk story line. Saw it twice... plan to go again!
|9/10||dotkoch@ - 9 reviews|
30.7.2008 - age: 50+
Great movie, it is way better than the 2003 hulk.
|8/10||seankaufman@ - 6 reviews|
29.7.2008 - age: 26-35
Great sequel, prob should have been the first movie, well done great acting, and ed Norton how can you go wrong!!
|9/10||mkittey29@ - 65 reviews|
28.7.2008 - age: 26-35
Better than the last Hulk movie made. Not as good as Iron Man but still really good.
|8/10||murdoc49@ - 10 reviews|
24.7.2008 - age: 26-35
I love it the movie hulk it was fun!!! And amazing.
|10/10||shahrokh_819@ - first review|
22.7.2008 - age: 1-12
I was skeptical about this at first, not being a huge fan of Liv Tyler, and also uncertain about Edward Norton's ability to play the role, but I was pleasantly surprised. The special effects are phenomenal, and there is a great cameo to look out for! I highly recommend it to all comic book fans!
|9/10||efriday3@ - 39 reviews|
21.7.2008 - age: 18-25
The fighting scene, between Hulk and the other monster, Abomination, in the street and other place, was nice. Parents and/or a person with a kids are advised, there is a scene (s) I think just after Betty Ross (Liv Tyler) bring Bruce Banner (Edward Norton) from walking in road in the raining to the her House, should not be watched by kids. Also all the visuals effects on this movie, are awesome, nice. I just enjoy watching this movie. How about, another scene near to the University or Scientist building, I think, the fight between Hulk and the solders, I like that part of the movie with great visual effect and good action.
|8/10||henyland_lake03@ - 10 reviews|
21.7.2008 - age: 18-25
They finally did a Hulk movie that was everything I hoped it would be, and it exceeded my expectations in a big way. I had never seen Ang Lee's 2003 version, although I heard it wasn't that great, and that it doesn't even come close to this new improved creation. So I was pleasantly surprised that this was such a good movie. The thing that stood out the most was the action scenes... they were phenomenal, and the final battle was nuts though very fitting for an exciting conclusion. I thought that the visuals and special effects were so amazing. The acting was great as well. Edward Norton did a truly remarkable job at portraying the Hulk... he lit up the screen literally with his menacing, power hungry disposition. The transformation from man to monster was completely life-like and believable on all accounts. Liv Tyler did a good job as well at playing the Hulk's girlfriend. However, I wish though that she had longer parts in the film. I feel that her character could of been a little bit more developed. Also, I'd like to add that Tim Roth's Abomination was ideally the perfect enemy to go up against Ed Norton's Hulk. As for the story itself, I thought it was well explained, and that it had a good flow and feel to it. Overall, Marvel Comics did an incredible justice to this film and to the Hulk's enduring legacy for bringing him into being on the big screen. Go and see this great summer movie now. This one should not be missed.
|9/10||crisperguy33@ - 101 reviews|
20.7.2008 - age: 36-49
Ed Norton is perfect, and gives a depth to the movie that is rarely seen in comic-book based flicks. Amazing movie.
|10/10||elrod@ - 16 reviews|
20.7.2008 - age: 36-49
This movie is worth seeing. Definitely better than the original. I didn't expect this movie to be any good at all and I'll hand it to Edward Norton to rescue The Hulk and the story-line. I really, really liked that they stopped cartooning the Hulk as in the previous movie. The story was overhauled brings it back to its roots... that Bruce Banner is a wanderer trying to find a cure for himself and a way to control the hulk. In this movie the hulk looks a little different, smaller and doesn't jump miles into the air. I find it a bit more real. BTW Lou Ferigno has a small part in this movie. He still has muscle even today at his age.
|9/10||satrac@ - 15 reviews|
20.7.2008 - age: 26-35
Great movie, if you liked the first you will enjoy this one too. Just as good or better than the first.
|7/10||elikeats@ - 13 reviews|
18.7.2008 - age: 26-35
This movie wasn't that bad actually - I mean there are some parts that aren't that good but yet it was still enjoyable to watch... every movie has its ups and downs but this one was totally a thumbs up. Well most of the time it was --
|8/10||lucianaloves@ - first review|
18.7.2008 - age: 50+
Very good movie. It was a whole lot better than the other hulk movie with Eric Bana.
|9/10||mariblonika@ - 26 reviews|
Pretty awesome movie. Kept me entertained... and my dad who doesn't like most movies, liked it a lot. :)
|8/10||kittkat_10@ - 2 reviews|
16.7.2008 - age: 13-17
Much better than the previous one. If you like marvel go and see, you will enjoy it.
|9/10||alihessabi@ - first review|
16.7.2008 - age: 36-49
Awesome!!! This movie was action packed and way better than the first one.
|10/10||h.jamie@ - first review|
14.7.2008 - age: 13-17
Marginally better than the last Hulk movie, which was terrible. Another example of a comic book character that simply does not translate to live action movies very well. Aside from the poor base concept, the acting and direction are quite good.
|6/10||claxwax@ - 30 reviews|
14.7.2008 - age: 26-35
I like movies with great stories and this one had a great story. I went to the movie theatre with my cousins cause I was bored out of my mind and we decided to see this. I hated the first hulk but this one was the only thing that was decent and worth watching that was on. I thought it great, the first hulk was to dark and depressing and didn't have enough action and this one had a lighter story. There was more action and we see an actual hulk villain, the "abomanation". I would probably see this again and I absolutely LOVED the ending cause we see another super hero come and say something special about the next movie!
|8/10||richyazda42@ - 78 reviews|
13.7.2008 - age: 13-17
This Incredible Hulk movie was alot better then the 2003 one, It had alot more action in it with the other Hulk in it.
|9/10||garypatrickduffy@ - 9 reviews|
11.7.2008 - age: 18-25
It's tight yo! Whooo. Hooo. This is the best action sci-fi movie of the century.
|9/10||joejoe33@ - first review|
11.7.2008 - age: 13-17
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An Amazing Movie. The Special effects were great. The Plot Line was Amazing and the final battle is a MUST SEE!!! But the fact that The Abomination survives is stupid...
|9/10||cameoburnz@ - first review|
11.7.2008 - age: 13-17
Like it , unsure why they had to change entire cast from other hulk movie, lou f is awesome, cool effects and battle scenes.
|8/10||kiwip76@ - 45 reviews|
11.7.2008 - age: 26-35 - One reply
I like the music and the funny prof. I would have hoped that Elizabeth would have more scientific dialogue, but she was still good in the part. The scenes shot in Brazil were good. Nice fight scenes.
|10/10||violbiol@ - 178 reviews|
10.7.2008 - age: 18-25
Great movie, it's a must see at the theaters! Highly recommended (way better than the 1st one! This version is more "serious")
|8/10||sympaticoh@ - first review|
10.7.2008 - age: 26-35
Wow... go see it... way better than the first one.
|9/10||magnateataxia@ - 175 reviews|
10.7.2008 - age: 26-35
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