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    The Incredible Hulk

    Saw it earlier this afternoon. I didn't see the first Hulk movie, but this one really seemed to be unresolved and focused more on setting up future Hulk movies. If anything, it reminded me way too much of the first Spiderman movie and almost ended the same way, where the villian is defeated and the love interest is pushed aside.

    For those still going to see it, there is no scene at the end of the credits like in Iron Man. I thought there was going to be an extra scene with Robert Downey Jr, and it was at the end of the movie.

    In general, it was kind of a letdown compared to Iron Man, but I still have high expectations for Dark Knight.
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    Re: The Incredible Hulk

    Quote Originally Posted by WVRed View Post
    Saw it earlier this afternoon. I didn't see the first Hulk movie, but this one really seemed to be unresolved and focused more on setting up future Hulk movies. If anything, it reminded me way too much of the first Spiderman movie and almost ended the same way, where the villian is defeated and the love interest is pushed aside.

    For those still going to see it, there is no scene at the end of the credits like in Iron Man. I thought there was going to be an extra scene with Robert Downey Jr, and it was at the end of the movie.

    In general, it was kind of a letdown compared to Iron Man, but I still have high expectations for Dark Knight.


    i saw iron man but didn't stay for the end of the credits. what was the scene about?
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    Re: The Incredible Hulk

    Quote Originally Posted by toledodan View Post
    i saw iron man but didn't stay for the end of the credits. what was the scene about?
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1GUH74W8dm8

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    Re: The Incredible Hulk

    My issues with the Hulk has to do with the overplayed running from the military angle which IMO muddies the pace and leaves the audience bored, but it is part of the Hulk's storyline, so I can't blame the filmmakers for it. But all things considered, it was a decent movie, barely makes the top echelon of comic book films, alongside but still far behind Iron Man and Batman Begins.

    The Dark Knight makes all this talk irrelevant though. Best movie ever I have yet to see.

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    I like that they were talking about the super soldier that created Captain America.
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    Re: The Incredible Hulk

    Went w/ two of my sons, 17 & 12. We all liked it.

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    Re: The Incredible Hulk

    I saw it yesterday in El Paso. Not much better to do when it's 109 outside. I liked it, way better than the last one.

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    Re: The Incredible Hulk

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    I saw it yesterday in El Paso. Not much better to do when it's 109 outside. I liked it, way better than the last one.
    Jennifer Connelly was the only good thing about the last one though

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    Re: The Incredible Hulk

    Just saw it - really liked it. Soooooo much better than that Ang Lee piece of crap.
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    Re: The Incredible Hulk

    Ang Lee's Hulk was on the Sci-Fi Channel yesterday.

    Just as boring as I remember.


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