Review of 'Hulk'

hulk.jpg Bruce Banner has it tough. When he is accidently bombarded with Gamma Rays (and those pesky nano-bot things) he has to watch his temper or he becomes the Hulk. There is also the situation that his father is perfectly happy with the way things have turned out as it turns out this is part of an experiment that dear old dad carried out on his offspring some years ago. Not nice. When Bruce refuses to play ball father (and the military) get a bit upset…A fantastic comic-strip art version of the Hulk story with some very odd but fascinating split-screen scenes. Very good adaptation and one that bears repeat viewings (to figure out what is going on).

Rating: “Nearly perfect, but not quite”

Review Date: 2004-06-07

Directed by: Ang Lee

Studio: Universal Pictures

Year: 2003

Length: 132 minutes

Genre: Action/Adventure

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