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The Incredible Hulk

This topic contains 6 replies, has 5 voices, and was last updated by  Anonymous 7 years, 1 month ago.

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  • #40252

    Anonymous

    Blimey Bruce Banner really looks like the guy that use to play him in the 70s.

    IS this film a continuation of the last one or a complete re-realisation? (The military guy – looks a bit like Sutherland).

    #98566

    Anonymous

    I think there are aspects of both, to be honest Jack, but mainly ignoring the previous release

    #98600

    Anonymous

    Isn’t that Edward Norton and Tim Roth? He does look a little like Bill Bixby.

    Looks like they’ve gone back to the drawing board, has to be a better offering than the Eric Bana version.

    #100239

    Anonymous

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    Wow – that looks great … so is this a continuation of the other Hulk film or a complete retelling that army guy looks like the guy in the first film.

    #100241

    Anonymous

    Its as if the Ang Lee film (don’t say "Eric Bana version" – its not his fault <!– s;) –><img src="{SMILIES_PATH}/wink.gif" alt=";)" title="Wink" /><!– s;) –> ) hadn’t happened. Not sure if its a complete reboot, but it is back to basics.

    The trailer looks fantastic and I’m sure you hear a little snatch of the Bill Bixby TV series theme. There’s also the "eyes turning green" homage to look for.

    I think this will be as much a hit as the last film was a flop <!– s:) –><img src="{SMILIES_PATH}/smiley.gif" alt=":)" title="Smiley" /><!– s:) –>

    #100404

    Anonymous
    &quot;kopicbloodaxe&quot;:20ec1ymb wrote:
    Its as if the Ang Lee film (don’t say "Eric Bana version" – its not his fault <!– s;) –><img src="{SMILIES_PATH}/wink.gif" alt=";)" title="Wink" /><!– s;) –> ) hadn’t happened. Not sure if its a complete reboot, but it is back to basics.

    The trailer looks fantastic and I’m sure you hear a little snatch of the Bill Bixby TV series theme. There’s also the "eyes turning green" homage to look for.

    I think this will be as much a hit as the last film was a flop <!– s:) –><img src="{SMILIES_PATH}/smiley.gif" alt=":)" title="Smiley" /><!– s:) –>
    [/quote:20ec1ymb]

    Yeap i’m looking forward to it. I caught the Ang Lee one on DVD last year and WHAT a disappointment. Why didn’t someone have the courage to point him in a different direction … actually i don’t think i could even watch the whole thing .. i gave up at hour .. how do they expect us to watch 3 images on the screen at the same time — it’s not 24. Mind you it was still better than that Spawn movie from the 90s.

    #100414

    Anonymous

    I love Edward Norton, hes always in quality written scripts. I watched about half an hour of the last effort and switched it off, but this one looks to make up for it.

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