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original title: The Incredible Hulk
duration: 1h 52min
tags: On June 13, get ready to unleash the beast.
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Bruce Banner(Edward Norton) is now in Brazil, trying to reverse the effects of the original experiment that left him filled with Gamma rich blood. Gen. Thunderbolt Ross(William Hurt) is on the prowl to find him, and eventually locates him. and sends a small detachment, including Emil Blonsky(Tim Roth), a veteran British soldier who loves the excitement of Battle !
Banner escapes and returns to Virginia, to enlist the aid of Mr. Blue, an unknown internet connection whom is trying to help find the "Cure."
As fate would have it, he runs into his old flame Elizabeth (Betty) Ross, (Liv Tyler), scientist, and daughter of the General.
Now injected with an experimental drug,Blonsky aims to become a Super Soldier, and the pursuit of the Hulk begins again.
Needless to say, the transformation doesn't become complete until Blonsky meets up with Mr. Blue, and this is when the Abomination becomes incarnate. The battle scenes are Terrific, with breathtaking action almost non stop for about the last 20 minutes of the film.
While CGI still isn't where it will be, these creatures are Real enough to provide the punch necessary to deliver a Big Emotional Wallop.
So, while this incarnation of this composite Hulk film, pays tribute to past Banners(Bill Bixby) and Hulks( Lou Ferrigno), it can stand on its own as a testimony to the power of the emergence, of man,Director Louis Leterier and computer , to produce an entertaining comic book on film. 8 out of 10. Runtime 114 minutes. The Incredible Hulk is just a luridly reductive and violent B movie -- one that clears a bar that hadn't been set very high. The Incredible Hulk is based on a fictional character created by American comic book artists and writers Stan Lee and Jack Kirby for a Marvel Comics comic book series of the same name. The Incredible Hulk #1 first appeared in May 1962. Yes and no. Depending on how you look at it, this can be a "reboot" of the Hulk movie franchise, much like Batman Begins (2005) (2005) was to the Batman film franchise. However, there are references to the previous film. For example, The Incredible Hulk begins in Brazil, which is where Hulk (2003) (2003) leaves off. This is because the script that was used for The Incredible Hulk was originally supposed to be a sequel, until Marvel decided against it, and Edward Norton reworked the script to firmly establish it as a "reboot". So basically, it is a sequel in that it continues from where Hulk ended. The flashback to the character's origin is slightly different to what happened in Hulk, meaning retroactive continuity. The reason for the "reboot" hoopla seems to stem from Norton's inability to take over another actor's role without it being considered sloppy seconds or the studio's wanting to separate itself from the wrongly criticized 2003 film, thus the idea that it's the first of a series instead of a sequel. We could also look at the "new origin" as Banner actually returning after the main events of the first film so that Betty and he could try to get rid of "it", unwittingly unleashing it again, hurting Betty, with General Ross pissed more than ever after giving him another chance. While the filmmakers and cast felt that the contributions Edward Norton made to the screenplay were significant, the WGA felt differently and gave sole credit to Zak Penn. The WGA tends to favor plot and structure, rather than dialogue and character changes, much to many screenwriters' chagrin. It's also possible that Norton requested not to be credited, as he has done uncredited rewrites on quite a few of his films, most notably(1998). The opening montage of The Incredible Hulk takes place prior to the events of Iron Man 2 (2010) (2010) . The latter half of Iron Man 2 runs concurrent to the first half of The Incredible Hulk as the news report for the aftermath of the Hulk's battle on the university campus is on the news near the end of Iron Man 2. The final scene of The Incredible Hulk takes place after the events of Iron Man 2 as Tony Stark is just joining the Avengers by the end of the second Iron Man film. The obvious. Bruce Banner / The Hulk (main character) and Emil Blonsky / The Abomination (main Villain).
The not-so-obvious. Tony Stark makes a cameo appearance at the end of the film to talk to General Ross about the "Avenger Initiative." Stark Industries products are all over this film as well. Nick Fury's name appears briefly during the opening credits on a government document, hinting that, like in the comic books, he is behind the Hulk task force.
Sequel hints. Samuel Sterns / The Leader tries to help Banner cure his condition. Sterns' transformation into the Leader begins to happen when Banner's blood drips into an open cut on Stern's forehead. His head begins to pulse and grow, setting up a sequel with The Leader as the superintelligent supervillain.
Allusions. (1) Captain America when Ross talks to Blonsky about the super-soldier serum that was tested in WWII and was put on ice. There is a scene that didn't make the cut where Banner goes to Antarctica to kill himself. When he attempts to shoot himself, he becomes the Hulk and smashes an iceberg