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    I just watched The Hulk on USA

    This was one of the worst movies I've ever seen. Horrible acting, terrible "comic book" editing, lame ass special effects. Does anyone know what Nick Nolte was supposed to be at the end? I pity the fool who paid to see this in theaters. I'm sure this movie has been mocked to death, but I think it deserves some more bashing. If anyone who worked on this movie is reading this, You Suck!

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    Actually I thought the Hulk was one of the better of the superhero movies thats come out since Spiderman. I think the story was interesting and I thought it had good Special Effects. The movie really does take a big down turn in the last five minutes. I got the DVD and still watch it from time to time. I just turn it off when Jennifer Connely gets off the chopper and the Hulk turns back into Bruce banner...Thats where I tag it THE END! The part with the mutated dogs is great. Oh and Jennifer Connely is whaaaay hotter then Mary Jane (can't think of her name right now)


    Compare it to the Fantastic Four and suddenly Hulk not looking so bad.

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    I thought it was very well done.

    the actors were almost too good for this type of movie as far as im concerned, but it worked. and i thought the editing was very original, especially when talbot dies and he sort of freezes and has a starburst explosion behind him...you dont see that everyday. the intro credits were badass too.

    so yea, lol, im gonna go ahead and contradict everything you said, armando. sorry.

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    can't believe no one mentioned the comic style panel edits, thought they were an awesome touch.

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    wow....didn't expect that. Scubasteve, it's a known fact that Jennifer Connely is way hotter that Kirsten Dunst. She's been hot for 3 decades, same with Chrisitna Applegate.

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    jennifer connelly. wowzers. the hulk was not on the screen, it was in in my pants when I watched that movie. goodness gracious!!

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    I too liked it. You guys should check out Ang Less commentar, really interesting.

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    Yeah I thought it was a pretty good and misunderstood movie.

    You will dislike it if you are expecting a flashy comic action movie... which is sadly exactly what the trailers advertise. Its not an action movie.

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    Cotron, dont forget that Jennifer Connelly had a pretty string of toplessnesses before hitting gold in a Beautiful Mind. EXCELLENT stuff.

    I only caught the last third of the movie or so, but I thought the Hulk stood out like a sore thumb. He didn't fit into the background, if you get my meaning. I was disappointed about that.

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    i agree with everyone else i saw the movie in the theathers and thought it was a pretty good movie. good special fx and i enjoyed the comic book pannal editing.

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    The comic editing was the corniest thing about it.

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    I liked it too. Probably more so the parts without the CG Hulk. As far as the comic panel editing goes, I thought some parts were successful, and some parts not. Saying that, It's good to see somebody take a chance and fail at trying something different than seeing the same cookie cutter bullshit.

    I did wish it ended when his father were captured. The last part with Nolte as a material changing bad guy was ass.

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    I'm watching it right now...and I have to say...It completly sucks.

    Ew...it sucks.

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    DISAPPOINTING at the theater and even more disappointing on the small screen.

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    I pity you for seeing it twice.

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    Quote Originally Posted by armando
    I pity you for seeing it twice.
    I'm feeling pity for myself for seeing it once.

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    HA HA HA! If you were to list all the super hero movies since the first Spidey, how'd your list be. Heres mine......

    1-Batman Begins (of course)
    2-SinCity
    3-Xmen
    4-Xmen 2
    5-Spiderman
    6-Hulk
    7-Spiderman 2
    8-Electra (this beats out daredevil only because Jennifer G. has more screentime)
    9-Daredevil
    10-Fantastic Four (even Jessica Alba couldn't make this movie less painful to watch)

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    Since the first spidey?

    I say all comic movies.
    1. Batman
    2. Sin City
    3. Batman Begins
    4. Spiderman 2
    5. Spiderman
    6. X-men 2
    7. X-men

    I can't list any of the others, because they all suck to much to be counted.

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    Random comicbook movies that popped into my head in no particular order.

    1. Steel, starring Shaquil O'neil
    2. The Phantom
    3. The Shadow
    4. The Punisher, starring Dolph Lundren

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    armando, the shadow? Man I hated that movie! I like the first Batman with Michael Keaton too.

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    For some reason, I could never get into the Hulk Movie. The TV show and the old comics were my favorite. I did like Sin City, Batman and Batman Returns.

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    The Hulk is right up there for me with the Spidey and X-Men movies. Loved it and regret that there won't be another.

    Although I agree about Nick Nolte's character. But that's because he's an over inflated booze hound flop who couldn't act his way out of a wet paper bag without looking like a tool.

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