The Incredible Hulk :- Watch The Incredible Hulk on Youtube on Fire, Marvel’s Great Studio Crusade: Chapter II. With Iron Man successfully fizzing off to franchiseville, it’s on to the fledgling outfit’s difficult second picture. And, it has to be said, this summer’s blockbuster anomaly a sequel that goes about its business like its predecessor never existed. Ang Lee’s Hulk remains, and probably will remain until we get Terence Malick’s Dangermouse, the least super of superhero adaptations, a patience-clobbering analysis of the comic’s themes sopping with Freudian anguish, tempestuous id-issues and Nick Nolte’s R-rated tramp hair. But by the time this title montage has faded, the origin story’s been altered and ruthlessly compacted (experiment turns scientist into smashy fist monster). Then, immediately, Rio: Banner’s (Edward Norton) a fugitive in the favelas, trialling antidotes and pining for lost-love Betty (Liv Tyler). The sequence also devises a shorthand to the rage dial that’s almost Speed-like in its simplicity pulse hits 200, Banner go boom. It’s concise, engaging stuff, and a solid foundation. That, eventually, cracks. As William Hurt’s flinty General Ross leads the Hulk-hunt and the pace picks up, there’s the sense of a risk-assessed movie running on rails including its lead. On paper, Norton seems the perfect fit for the schizo Banner this is, after all, an actor who made his name channelling Mr Internally Conflicted in Fight Club and Primal Fear. You expect edge. What we get is a vanilla hero on a cure-finding quest, too self-righteously doomed to wrestle any inner-demons.
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Action, Adventure, Sci-Fi
Release: 13 Ju/ne 2008 (USA)
IMDB Rating: 6.8/10
Director: Louis Leterrier
Stars: Edward Norton, Liv Tyler, Tim Roth