The Incredible Hulk (2008)

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The Incredible Hulk (2008)

Science Fiction | Action | Adventure
6.1 / 10
Release Date
12 June 2008
1 : 54 minutes
Spoken Language
Português, Español, English
Scientist Bruce Banner scours the planet for an antidote to the unbridled force of rage within him: the Hulk. But when the military masterminds who dream of exploiting his powers force him back to civilization, he finds himself coming face to face with a new, deadly foe.

Cast Overview :

Bruce Banner / The Hulk
by: Edward Norton
Betty Ross
by: Liv Tyler
Emil Blonsky / Abomination
by: Tim Roth
General Thaddeus "Thunderbolt" Ross
by: William Hurt
Dr. Samuel Sterns
by: Tim Blake Nelson
Dr. Leonard Samson
by: Ty Burrell
Major Kathleen Sparr
by: Christina Cabot
General Joe Greller
by: Peter Mensah
Voice of The Incredible Hulk / Security Guard
by: Lou Ferrigno
by: Paul Soles
by: Débora Nascimento
by: Greg Bryk
Terrified Gal
by: Genelle Williams
by: Chris Owens
by: Al Vrkljan
by: Adrian Hein
by: John MacDonald
Helicopter Soldier
by: Shaun McComb
Grad Student
by: Simon Wong
Tough Guy Leader
by: Pedro Salvín
Tough Guy
by: Julio Cesar Torres Dantas
Tough Guy
by: Raimundo Camargo Nascimento
Tough Guy
by: Nick Alachiotis
Communications Officer
by: Jason Burke
Helicopter Pilot
by: Grant Nickalls
by: Joris Jarsky
by: Arnold Pinnock
by: Jason Hunter
by: Tig Fong
Cab Driver
by: Maxwell McCabe-Lokos
Medical Technician
by: David Collins
Young Guy
by: Chris Ratz
Plant Manager
by: John Carvalho
by: Robin Wilcock
Boat Captain
by: Wayne Robson
Guatemalan Trucker
by: Javier Lambert
Computer Nerd
by: Martin Starr
Apache Helicopter Pilot
by: Todd Hofley
by: Joe La Loggia
by: Tamsen McDonough
Harlem Bystande
by: Michael Kenneth Williams
Market Vendor
by: Roberto Bakker
Supply Driver
by: Ruru Sacha
Army Base Doctor
by: James Downing
Aikido Instructor
by: Rickson Gracie
Ross's Soldier
by: Stephen Gartner
by: Nicholas Rose
by: P.J. Kerr
by: Jee-Yun Lee
by: Desmond Campbell
Little Boy
by: Deshaun Clarke
Brave Cop
by: Tony Nappo
by: Aaron Berg
by: David Meunier
by: Tre Smith
by: Moses Nyarko
BOPE Officer
by: Carlos A. Gonzalez
Medic Soldier
by: Yan Regis
Handsome Soldier
by: Stephen Broussard
Ross's Aide
by: Matt Purdy
Female Medical Assistant
by: Lenka Matuska
Humvee Driver
by: Scott Magee
Sterns Lab Soldier
by: Wes Berger
Large Woman
by: Carla Nascimento
Female Bartender
by: Krista Vendy
Hopscotch Girl
by: Mila Stromboni
Tony Stark (uncredited)
by: Robert Downey Jr.
Milwaukee Man Drinking From Bottle (uncredited)
by: Stan Lee
by: Terry Notary

Member Reviews :

**A long form review originally posted in 2011:** Dubbed as a “re-quel”, _The Incredible Hulk_ was first released in 2008, and now, I’m here to review it in the line of Marvel films I’m getting through a the moment. I always like to think of films individually, but with the Marvel Cinematic Universe getting so big, that can be rather difficult to do. So though I may comment on films in relation to their sequels, remakes, prequels, spin-offs, parodies and the like, know that my final score out of ten is always based purely on the films merits, or lack thereof. It’s pretty crazy seeing Edward Norton (_American History X, Fight Club, Red Dragon, Kingdom of Heaven, Pride and Glory, Stone_) as a very scrawny Bruce Banner, considering that he turns into the giant, muscular Hulk. But to me it totally worked. As an interesting side-note, Norton co-wrote the script, which may or may not have contributed to his being ousted as Banner for any future films after the movie was released. Not because the script is particularly awful or anything, but because as a general rule production doesn’t like actors getting all up in "dey grillz" half way through. Although it’s not like Norton’s never done this sort of thing before. Under-appreciated Tim Roth (_Reservoir Dogs, Pulp Fiction, Planet of the Apes, Lie to Me, Rob Roy_) is also excellent (as far as I’m concerned) playing the role of Abomination/Emil Blonsky. Interesting side-note, no, he’s not related to Eli Roth, who’s also a friend and actor of Quentin Tarantino and his films. Ultimately, _The Incredible Hulk_ is a fine film, but it just can’t stand up to the superior writing and character building of Thor, Iron Man or Iron Man 2. Liv Tyler (_The Strangers, The Lord of the Rings Trilogy, Armageddon_) is rather a non-event as supposed love interest Betty Ross. And William Hurt (_Robin Hood, A History of Violence, The Village, A.I.: Artificial Intelligence, Dark City_) as semi-antagonist General Thunderbolt Ross, is nothing but annoying (although it is pretty cool to see just how much they got him looking like the comic book character he is based on. You would’ve thought that having a modern day Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde story to run with, backing from the success of the franchise you’ve got supporting you, that it would be easy to write strong characters, unfortunately, it’s not the case. And while the action sequences are cool, and the fighting is possibly some of the best that Marvel’s come up with, it’s not enough to bring this film up to the standards of the other 3. The film lacks the flair I’m sure everyone would be expecting, and while it’s a perfectly good monster-movie movie, perhaps a completely separate Super Hero origin story would have been better than the overly-CGI-ridden quasi-sequel to 2003’s _The Hulk_ that we ended up with. 66% _-Gimly_