This is the only movie in the MCU I haven’t seen before. I’m happy I finally gave it a chance 👐. I can’t help but compare Edward Norton and Mark Ruffalo. Who do you think gave us a better Bruce Banner/The Hulk? I say this because their iterations are very different even though it’s suppose to be the same character.
General Ross’s brutality is at the frontline here, he’s shown to be a man of little, to no, mercy, with a never-say-never attitude, something that causes him to create a monster to fight another monster. He claims to be a good father, but we all know he really isn’t. Which leads rocky next question:
Where in the MCU is Liv Tyler’s Betty Ross?
I enjoyed her performance so much that I’m angry she hasn’t popped up since 2008. I’m even angrier now about Bruce and Natasha being a thing, 🤢.
I also want to mention The Abomination, if returned with a proper story arc, he’d make a villain worthy of The Hulk’s size and anger.
Okay. I don’t think I have much to say again, so let me drop this. Even though ‘The Incredible Hulk’ is an interesting movie, it’s easily forgettable, bring my that the lead actor has been recast and the new one has found a way to make the character his own. Yea, I prefer Mark Ruffalo, 😁.
I still recommend this movie to whoever hasn’t seen it, you’ll enjoy it.
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