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  • Rated 5 out of 5 stars

    Norton is the Best Hulk

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    Owned for 1 week when reviewed.

    Excellent looking movie in 4k Edward Norton is such a superior actor, compared to Mark Ruffalo. Great story, Great screen play. Unfortunately the Marvel people hate working with Norton. Nice steel book. Great nemesis, "Abomination" played by Tim Roth! Liv Tyler did a great job.

    I would recommend this to a friend
  • Rated 5 out of 5 stars

    Excellent 4K presentation!

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    Owned for 3 weeks when reviewed.

    One of the films that helped kickstart phase 1 of the current MCU franchise! Beautifully presented in 4K! Who doesn’t love the HULK?! Fun watch- exciting action! I recommend this version over all other HULK FILMS!

    I would recommend this to a friend
  • Rated 5 out of 5 stars

    Smash

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    Owned for less than 1 week when reviewed.

    Excellnt 4k transfer. DTS- X sounds amazing! It had all 5 of my speakers working! Picture was A1!

    I would recommend this to a friend
  • Rated 5 out of 5 stars

    Hulk in 4k is meaner and greener

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    Great looking 4k disc. Edward Norton is the best Hulk. The color depth was outstanding. Tim Roth playes a great bad guy. DTS-X soundtrack was incredible.

    I would recommend this to a friend
  • Rated 3 out of 5 stars

    Great Steelbook Packaging, But For A Lousy Film

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    The Incredible Hulk isn't quite the gem you would hope for in a Marvel film. The story itself is fine, not mind-blowing, not terrible, just fine. But the actors and the performances bring this film down. They're so little charisma or effort being put forth to their characters to push this film to be better than sub-par. That being said the Steelbook release of the film is excellent and very good quality. Would recommend for a fan of the Marvel Cinematic Universe. If for nothing else but collecting purposes.

    I would recommend this to a friend
  • Rated 5 out of 5 stars

    Great movie!

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    Perfect surround sound for DTS-X. Great picture quality and you'll notice the picture quality difference in 4k

    I would recommend this to a friend
  • Rated 5 out of 5 stars

    Steelbook

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    Owned for more than 2 years when reviewed.

    Great colors and layout looks like it came from a comic book

    I would recommend this to a friend
  • Rated 5 out of 5 stars

    Awesome Movie

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    This Movie is really Good in 4K it has that Cinematic Image and Earthshaking Sound that you’re looking for. :)

    I would recommend this to a friend
  • Rated 4 out of 5 stars

    Hulk..... Smash.... In 4k!!!!

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    Owned for 4 months when reviewed.

    In 2008, I didn't know what to make out of the then-new MCU. I wasn't even aware of any connection to the series until I saw the post-credits scene with Iron Man and Thunderbolt Ross chatting about the Avengers Initiative, which surprised me after viewing my Netflix DVD rental. I still find it hard to believe that it's still considered an MCU film at all, what with the change of the Hulk star between them and The Avengers 4 years later and the seeming lack of inclusion of anybody from the film until Civil War 8 years later. But, I gotta say I do like the movie, even if it sits pretty low on my MCU film ranks. Edward Norton is Bruce Banner, a scientist on the run from the US military, who want to use and weaponize him, leading the charge is his girlfriend's father, General Ross. Seemingly safe in Rio, he seems to have been able to control his anger and secure a job at a soda plant, while in communicado with a mysterious scientist trying to aid him into curing his condition. Unfortunately, the US find his whereabouts, and forced back to the US to help with the cure, he comes across his former love, his potential captors, and his biggest foe yet, The Abomination. After the meh performance of Ang Lee's Hulk from 2003, it was surprising that they returned to the well so quickly, but I gotta say they pull it off, offering a superior film despite a lesser director at the helm. I'm not saying that the film's director, Louis Leterrier, is a bad director, with some good movies like Clash of the Titans, Unchained and Now You See Me under his belt, but he isn't Ang Lee. But, Lee took the direction of Hulk in a more boring direction, with a lack of action, a stagnant pace and a climax that makes me scratch my head to the skull everytime I see the movie. Luckily, the film has a greater focus on some good action scenes, my favorite being the soda factory scene, shot like a monster reveal from the olden days of the Universal Monsters. The cast and crew all do a fine job, with Norton being a good Banner, but luckily Mark Ruffalo took over the role and has made him the definitive Hulk in my humble opinion. The story is nothing special, but the actors carry the story rather well, despite hitting some unoriginal dramatic and action beats. The CG is quite good for it's time, and the cinematography is slick and screams "blockbuster" as does everything else. Just don't expect Iron Man quality here. After getting the BluRay a couple of years after release, complete with the awesome green BluRay case and 3D lenticular slipcover, I was satisfied with the look and sound of the film, with a fine layer of grain (When shooting a comic book film on 35mm wasn't a rarity), a beautifully sharp picture compared to the DVD I have (still own it!) and the colors, especially the greens, looking amazing. Seeing the 4k version for so cheap (The cheapest MCU 4k release, since it not being a Disney release), I had to pick it up and, lo and behold, it looks great! It retains the same positives as the now eleven year old BluRay (!), which is included, but with the awesome additions of HDR (Sadly only HDR10, but hey i still enjoy it) and Dolby Atmos on the 4k disc! The image is a 2k DI, but the boost in details and colors are beautiful in 4k and the Atmos sound is also fantastic. Of course, the BluRay has the standard 5.1 DTS-HD, which is also a great track, but if you have Atmos, you won't ever want to go back. The extras are also plentiful, all carryovers from the standard BluRay. On the 4k disc and BluRay is the commentary with Leterrier along with Tim Roth, who is the Abomination. Also included are around 45 minutes of deleted scenes, about an hour's worth of featurettes, P-in-P tracks and more, giving it better BTS looks than of the Disney discs as of late. It even had better audio than the "At-mouse" that are twice as much as this quality disc. My only gripes are the lack of a green case and the Target-exclusive features on the original release, but overall, this is a must for any collection.

    I would recommend this to a friend
  • Rated 4 out of 5 stars

    The Hulk Rocks

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    Owned for less than 1 week when reviewed.

    I like the story, but I wished they could have connected it better to the Avenger saga. Ed Norton is Ok, but not as dept to the part as Mark Ruffalo.

    I would recommend this to a friend
  • Rated 4 out of 5 stars

    Fantastic audio upgrade … visuals not so much

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    Universal does a decent job in upgrading this fantastic 2008 Hulk movie to the 4K medium. In terms of visual, there are some decent resolution bumps in various key scenes in the movie ( e.g., battle on the university campus ) but some scenes look almost identical to the previous blu-ray release. In terms of audio, Universal delivers a superb DTS-X track that brings a lot of bass and low frequency subwoofer punch throughout the movie. In some scenes, use of ceiling or upfiring speaker is used effectively ( e.g., helicopters flying overhead ) and when items are thrown the scene, the sounds travels across the speakers immersing the viewer into the movie. But this for the audio upgrade ( moreso than the visual upgrade )

    I would recommend this to a friend
  • Rated 4 out of 5 stars

    Somewhat they'll get it right...

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    Owned for 3 weeks when reviewed.

    If the first Hulk movie was to cerebral and slow, then the second one might be too simple and fast paced. That's not to say this is a bad film. This is actually one I can rewatch multiple times and enjoy, because again, sometimes you want to just shut your brain off. What's unfortunate here, is that the character of the Hulk has a lot of depth. That might sound surprising being this is from a comic book, but a character that has to do everything in his power from getting angry or scared, lest he become a massive uncontrollable beast, is a very interesting literary idea. And it's one I think that would really benefit from a film. But whereas Ang Lee's Hulk was so story driven, that when it's over you find yourself shocked that really not a lot happened, Louis Leterrier's Incredible Hulk has so much happen that It ultimately sacrifices the story. If not for Edward Norton's performance, as well as a subtlety he adds to Bruce Banner's characterization, this is a film that could easily fall apart. Thankfully, it never does. It's just a film that goes down easy like most tentpole films do, and usually that's fine. It's sad because there could have been something deeper there.

    I would recommend this to a friend
  • Rated 5 out of 5 stars

    Hulk Smash!

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    Owned for 1 week when reviewed.

    The packaging for this movie alone deserves every penny of the price tag, however, the movie itself is pretty mediocre and one of (if not the) weakest of the MCU movies. The 4K transfer looks great, but aside from minor improvements to the color grading from the HDR I don’t really see a huge difference between this and the standard BluRay release in terms of resolution or overall image quality, but that may be more noticeable if you have a 4K TV that’s 75” or larger that you sit relatively close to. Sound wise I don’t see any huge difference, although I imagine it would be best enjoyed if you have a full Dolby Atmos surround set up. The BluRay sounds great, but with a full Atmos surround system you might hear bigger improvements from the audio. If you’re a collector of the MCU movies or a Hulk fan though, then this is the definitive release of this movie and definitely the one above all that you want to add to your collection. It may not be a huge improvement over the standard BluRay, but between the minor improvements, inclusion of the digital copy, and phenomenal packaging it’s still definitely worth paying the difference between editions.

    I would recommend this to a friend
  • Rated 5 out of 5 stars

    The Incredible Hulk

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    Owned for 1 week when reviewed.

    This is a great movie of the Incredible Hulk and if you are a fan of the hulk movies

    I would recommend this to a friend
  • Rated 5 out of 5 stars

    The Best of All Worlds

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    The second film to be produced directly by Marvel seems eager to prove why comic book companies should exercise direct control over their films. Rather than being nothing more than a new director's take on an old classic, The Incredible Hulk is both an engaging film and a love letter to every other incarnation of the The Hulk that proceeded it. This film truly endeavors to understand and assimilate the entire history of the character into one new project, and boy does it succeed. At the center of The Incredible Hulk is an ambitious attempt to marry the two most popular and conflicting visions of the character. The film borrows many elements from the fondly remembered 1970s television series but also incorporates many of the more important elements from the comic book. It's a tough balancing act, but the film makes the disparate elements mix together in a way that makes complete sense and (I believe), leaves fans of both series feeling satisfied. The origin and characterization come largely from the TV series (though, thankfully, it's Dr. BRUCE Banner this time), but the more memorable supporting characters and conflicts from the comic are worked in as well (though Rick Jones was quite fortunately forgotten). Additionally, the enemy is a highly logical choice from the comic book series. Finally, the bad memories of a mutated Nick Nolte are beginning to subside. The film also incorporates minor elements from the TV movies, the previous film (which is neither acknowledged nor completely contradicted), and even the previous Hulk video game. Of course there are also many wonderful nods to fans of each of the Hulk incarnations. The flashing danger light, the appearance of student reporter "Jack McGee," and Stan Lee's cameo proved to be my personal favorites. Lou Ferrigno also receives a far better cameo than in the previous film. Most importantly, whether you have any interest in previous Hulk incarnations or not, this film is exceptionally well plotted. It resists the urge to shine the light fully on Hulk or Dr. Banner, instead carefully developing the two in unison. Dr. Banner (masterfully played by Ed Norton, who actually outshines Bill Bixby) gets farther than his television counterpart was ever allowed, and that experience necessarily changes him. The transformation is satisfying, yet still allows the franchise to return to familiar territory by the end. In parallel, the monster also receives his share of development, though this isn't made clear until the end. His final scene cements this film's brilliant unison of television series and comic book, leaving no doubt that this is the most impressive project ever to come out of the Hulk franchise. I was left so excited, so convinced for the first time that the character had truly come to life, that I almost expected Doctor Strange and the Defenders to show up in the next moment. For only the third time in all my movie going experiences, a beloved comic book character actually seemed real (or at least possible), even in spite of the sometimes questionable computer animation. Finally, true Marvel fans will be amazed to see just how much continuity this two hour film packs. Clear and meaningful ties are made to Captain America, Iron Man, and S.H.I.E.L.D., and just you wait for the film's final scene! While DC is still trying to decide who should play Superman and Batman for their Justice League movie, you can rest assured that Marvel is getting ready to tie their films together in a meaningful and impressive way. The Marvel Universe has truly made the move into Hollywood and, with The Incredible Hulk as a shining example, it's safe to believe that they've just begun delivering everything a humble fan boy could ever hope for.

    I would recommend this to a friend
  • Rated 5 out of 5 stars

    Unleash the beast!

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    Owned for 7 months when reviewed.

    This is by far my favorite Hulk movie of all time. It's a must watch in 4k.

    I would recommend this to a friend
  • Rated 4 out of 5 stars

    Not the best Marvel movie, but...

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    Owned for 5 months when reviewed.

    ...an important part of the MCU saga, and an interesting contrast to the Ang Lee film. Solid 4K video (love those bold greens) and the DTS:X audio is a nice upgrade from the HD Blu-ray edition.

    I would recommend this to a friend
  • Rated 5 out of 5 stars

    Definitely a 100% excellent.

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    Owned for 3 weeks when reviewed.

    Love this hulk. The graphics were amazing and the hulk ( Edward Norton ) was more interesting then Mark Raffalo. I like Mike too. But this “unofficial part of the marvel franchise “ was better hulk then the one they got one. The movie was beautiful. Loved the Stan Lee Cameo. The original hulk (Lou Ferrigno) I watch this film at least twice a month. Graphics are sick. Abomination he was perfect in this film.

    I would recommend this to a friend
  • Rated 4 out of 5 stars

    An early marvel movie entrant

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    Ang Lee's 2003 take on the Hulk was an ambitious, but ultimately flawed, adaptation of the classic Marvel character that managed to somewhat capture the tragedy of the character, but proved supremely underwhelming in delivering the action goods. With this reboot directed by Louis Letterrier (Transporter 2, Unleashed), the Hulk gets a fresh start, and it's all the better for it. The Incredible Hulk stars Edward Norton as Bruce Banner, who has managed to evade capture by living in Brazil for the past few years, and keeping his monstrous alter-ego at bay as well. A search for a possible cure brings Bruce out of hiding, as his nemesis General Ross (William Hurt) employs spook agent Emil Blonsky (Tim Roth) to bring Banner in, by any means necessary, even if it means turning Blonsky into some sort of Abomination (I'm sorry, I just couldn't help myself). With loads of odes to the comic and even more to the classic 70's series, The Incredible Hulk delivers in terms of action and excitement, and even manages to pull out some surprises as well. The only real flaws of The Incredible Hulk are some plot-holes in the story and the mis-casting of a stale Liv Tyler as Betty Ross, but that aside, this film still makes up for the Ang Lee mis-fire. Also starring Tim Blake Nelson and Ty Burrell as some important supporting players in Hulk lore, and featuring an ending that will send fanboys in an uproar, The Incredible Hulk truly is a smashing and entertaining good time. All in all, it's nice to finally have the Hulk movie that we wanted and deserved, and longtime fans of comic should definitely enjoy it.

    I would recommend this to a friend
  • Rated 5 out of 5 stars

    Don't make me angry...

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    Owned for 7 months when reviewed.

    Edward Norton as a Marvel superhero sounded too good to be true but it did happen in 2008's The Incredible Hulk. It was the only time he suited up as the Green monster before Mark Ruffalo replaced him four years later. Grab your chance to watch character-actor Norton play an unexpected role in its CGI-heavy glory. Universal does a stellar job on the 4K edition of the film.

    I would recommend this to a friend