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New York Times - A. O. Scott (06/13/2008)
USA Today - Claudia Puig (06/14/2008)
Los Angeles Times - Kenneth Turan (06/13/2008)
Empire - Simon Crook (08/01/2008)
Premiere - Eric Kohn (06/11/2008)
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- rbenoit80Feb 7, 2013by
Love the movie. Even the digital copy worked.
i bought this blu-ray because i love this movie. I love all the deleted scenes. This movie is so much better than the previous one.
- cannonclubonlin...Jun 21, 2009by
Tense, Sets Your Nerves On Fire, Like The Hulk?
While most film remakes tend to be predictable, this film was a surprising breath of fresh "Movie Air". Wow. Edward Norton as Dr. Bruce Banner was extremely impressive and teaches us that artistic creation does matter.<br><br>I wouldn't have missed this at all in theaters, however, I might have had something going on at that present time that caused me to miss the initial introduction in theaters. After over a year after its release, I finally caught this on video. Thanks to the wondrous world of Ebay, I finally caught this last evening.<br><br>While more than over the top, we find our buddy that we always loved Lou Ferrigno in a small part as a security guard. The U.K. Born Tim Roth is totally awesome in his role. We get to hulks for the price of one in this film.<br>Little do we know until the very end that Stark Industries, Inc., our old buddy Tony Stark is going to show up and get involved, yet during the first 4 minutes of the beginning, we almost figure all this out because the headlines and information flashes telling us of Stark's involvement. Perhaps this may be pointing us toward a second movie involving Ironman as well. Let be hopeful<br><br>Amazing graphics was only the icing on the cake. The screenplay didn't waste any time at all in telling us through the 4 minute screen credits what had actually occurred with our main character becoming mutated by gamma rays. I'll have to hand it to the production and design team and wonderful acting on the part of Liv Tyler, William Hurt, Ed Norton, and the rest to present this film in an absorbing rendition of the most incredible story in comics.<br><br>5/5 for genius.<br><br>IF YOU LIKE MY REVIEWS, PLEASE DON'T HESITATE TO LET ME KNOW BY VOTING. THANKS.Read full review
- pinkguinfloydSep 24, 2009by
Incredible Hulk on blu-ray
Im sure youve all seen the Hulk already and, if youre reading this, it means youve liked it enough to read a fans ramblings :)<br>So Ill skip the countless words of praise I would have for this excellent comic book move and just tell you that its a whole new experience on blu-ray.<br><br>The action is 10x as intense and the sound is just as as superb. Its like watching it for the first time all over again! The details in the CGI really pop, you can even see the Hulks stubble and mole!<br><br>You cant go wrong with this movie!
- arisgowMar 4, 2012by
awesome Blu-ray and awesome "Hulk" case instead of the usual blue
The Incredible Hulk is a surprising success on bringing the story of a tortured soul that is Bruce Banner to the movies...after a failed (for me anyway) outing with Ang Lee's direction I wanted desperetaly a good Hulk movie as I am a childhood fan of the comics...andthis was it! I can't wait to watch a sequel (hopefully) now with Mark Ruffalo who is one of my favorite actors...
- infamous_beastDec 22, 2011by
I read the production notes of this film back when it was being released this summer, and much of that information is contained in the special features.