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    The race is back! John's Avatar
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    Well, my TiVo promised to show me the trailer for the Hulk, and since I was bored, I watched it, and any chance I might have gone to see the movie went up in smoke.

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    Who cares about the movie when we've got Deep Dish!

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    Originally posted by Zhora
    Oh heck. I'll probably see it anyway. I'll give you guys the suck-o scale rating after it's out on DVD.
    Hm. I'd actually like to hear more about this mysterious rating of yours, Z.
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    I'm a sucker for superhero movies, so I'm definitely there. I have to agree with Dobolina that this is a comic-book hero hence the cartoon type CGI hulk. The CGI Hulk might be a little too overdone, but I prefer it to the cheesy Lou Ferrigno's Hulk.

    I'm just going to go with no high expecations and try to enjoy it.

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    Originally posted by Paulie
    Hm. I'd actually like to hear more about this mysterious rating of yours, Z.
    Um, gosh. I have a feeling you might have taken that a little differently than I intended.

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    Originally posted by John
    Well, my TiVo promised to show me the trailer for the Hulk, and since I was bored, I watched it, and any chance I might have gone to see the movie went up in smoke.
    Me, too, John!

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    I saw this movie last night. I really enjoyed it! The story was good, the effects were very good, IMHO, and the acting was good.

    Ang Lee is a great director. Although there is some stuff in here that was semi weak...it is still a COMIC BOOK adaptation, so you have to look at with that mindset. One of the things I noticed, is the fact that they often "green up" the lighting when they were filming "Bruce Banner" to further show the fact that The Hulk is inside of him always.

    It may not be everyone's cup of tea, but I personally enjoyed this movie.
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    Originally posted by Deep Dish
    Well, originally they were going to go with a live-action Hulk:



    But that idea was quickly scrapped. It looked good to me.
    Oh my! Aren't you a little old to be dressing up for Halloween...?

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    I saw this movie over the weekend, and it's not that bad. Just go in expecting a cheesy CGI hulk and you'll be alright. It's a little bit slow in the beginning, but that's to be expected.

    Although, I didn't like the parts where animal testing was shown.

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    There's animal testing? Well, that's one movie Mrs. Wayner won't see. She freaked out at the invisible dog destruction in Hollowman, and while people were on fire in Gladiator she was frantic over her concern for the wolf.

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