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  • #31
    The Incredible Hulk was just a generic shoot em up, with shitty looking CGI.

    At least Lee attempted something different. He did have the better cast and the action scenes were pretty good.

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    • #32
      Originally posted by The Revelator View Post
      The Incredible Hulk, no contest.

      Although I've warmed up nicely to Ruffalo as The Hulk. I'm thinking if he ever gets a solo film it will take the cake.
      Absolutely, which is why I think they're trying to work out a solo movie for Ruffalo as the character. At first they didn't want to, but once he got the insane reaction he got they changed their tune.

      So, with that said, I'd like to think that the next Hulk movie will be the definitive Hulk movie.

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      • #33
        Hulk is better in my opinion, though I don't believe I will ever watch either of them again.

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        • #34
          As a life long Hulk fan... I didn't really care for Hulk, too much Angst and not enough monster on monster action. The Incredible Hulk had a better looking Hulk, better action, and a better villain. Abomination (and his character arc) was pretty cool. Better pacing and nods to the TV show gained extra points.
          Seems like Planet Hulk might be the next stand alone film. 90+ minutes of The Hulk fighting gargantuan aliens is exactly the big splash page type film this character needs. A Hulk movie should never be weighed down with melodrama and relationship issues. Nope, just be big, loud, and chaotic. Go for it.

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          • #35
            Originally posted by capecep View Post
            As a life long Hulk fan... I didn't really care for Hulk, too much Angst and not enough monster on monster action. The Incredible Hulk had a better looking Hulk, better action, and a better villain. Abomination (and his character arc) was pretty cool. Better pacing and nods to the TV show gained extra points.
            Seems like Planet Hulk might be the next stand alone film. 90+ minutes of The Hulk fighting gargantuan aliens is exactly the big splash page type film this character needs. A Hulk movie should never be weighed down with melodrama and relationship issues. Nope, just be big, loud, and chaotic. Go for it.
            But isn't that what defines Hulk? Isn't the real story about how he struggles with the uncontrollable monster within?

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            • #36
              Originally posted by Justin_Voorhees View Post
              But isn't that what defines Hulk? Isn't the real story about how he struggles with the uncontrollable monster within?
              That's a part of it...and we've had two movies now about that. In the comics (for a long stretch), Hulk was Hulk all the time, and had to deal with just being a monster. More plots about yoga and therapy would be redundant. Who wants to see Hulk trying to work it out, when the movie could be about him dishing it out?

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