PMMJ (cheetahmaster) wrote,

Netflixin': The Incredible Hulk

The lesson for Ang Lee is pretty simple here: it's not hard to make a Hulk movie good. Everything that was wrong with the first one is totally right in The Incredible Hulk, which basically ignores the first, and there's nothing wrong with that. We've got action, drama, super-on-super gamma-irradiated violence, favelas, cameos, obscure references, and more. Ed Norton was worth every dollar they paid,and Tim Roth does an excellent job as well. The dialogue could use some work, to raise it from its comic book roots, but it only sticks out in a couple scenes. If you want to see some HULK SMASH, this movie is highly recommended.

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