Mild-mannered scientist Bruce Banner has been traveling the globe in search of the antidote that will allow him to break free from his primal alter ego, but both the warmongers who long to exploit him for their own gain and a horrific creature known as The Abomination are determined to stop him from achieving his noble goal in Transporter 2 director Louis Leterrier's take on the classic Marvel Comics superhero tale. For years, Bruce (Edward Norton) has been living in the shadows, pursued by the military and haunted by the rage within. But traveling the world in secrecy isn't easy, and as hard as he tries Bruce can't get Betty Ross (Liv Tyler) off his mind. The daughter of Bruce's nemesis Gen. Thaddeus "Thunderbolt" Ross (William Hurt), Betty represents everything that is beautiful in the world to a man who lives his life on the run. Eventually, Bruce returns to civilization and faces the wrath of The Abomination. While the Hulk may be a formidable force of nature, The Abomination is decidedly more powerful, and determined to destroy Bruce Banner. Created when KGB agent Emil Blonsky (Tim Roth) exposed himself to a higher dose of the same radiation that transformed Bruce into The Hulk, The Abomination is unable to change back into human form and holds Bruce accountable for his frightful condition. With time fast running out for both Bruce and The Hulk, New York City is about to become the ultimate urban battle zone as two of the most powerful creatures ever to walk the earth clash in a massive, no-holds-barred fight to the finish.~Jason Buchanan
Anatomy of a Hulk out
Becoming The Hulk
Becoming the Abomination
Feature commentary with director Louis Leterrier and Tim Roth
From comic book to screen
The making of The Incredible Hulk
U-Control: Picture in picture
U-Control: animated comic
U-Control: comic book gallery
U-Control: scene explorer
U-Control: thunderbolt files
Edward NortonBruce Banner/The Hulk
Liv TylerBetty Ross
Tim RothEmil Blonsky
William HurtGen. Thaddeus "Thunderbolt" Ross
Tim Blake NelsonSamuel Sterns
Christina CabotMajor Kathleen Sparr
Lou FerrignoThe Incredible Hulk/Security Guard
Gale Anne HurdProducer
Zak PennScreen Story
Peter Menzies, Jr.Cinematographer
Craig ArmstrongComposer (Music Score)
Kirk M. PetruccelliProduction Designer
Andrew M. StearnArt Director
Daniel DorranceArt Director
Avi AradExecutive Producer
David MaiselExecutive Producer
Jim Van WyckExecutive Producer
Michael A. HelfantExecutive Producer
Stan LeeExecutive Producer
Denise CronenbergCostume Designer
John G. ScottiFirst Assistant Director
Robin D. CookCasting
Kurt WilliamsVisual Effects Supervisor
Action and Adventure
Superhero Film,Creature Film,Sci-Fi Action
The Incredible Hulk
Year of Release
Digital Theater Systems (akin to 5.1), Dolby Digital w/ sub-woofer channel, stereo
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.
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.
This review is from The Incredible Hulk [SteelBook] [Includes Digital Copy] [Blu-ray/DVD] [2 Discs] 
I would recommend this to a friend
Rating 5 out of 5 stars with 1 review
Perfect surround sound for DTS-X. Great picture quality and you'll notice the picture quality difference in 4k
this movie its pretty good on Blu-Ray.The picture quality is aceptable,and the sound quality is really good.
This review is from The Incredible Hulk [2 Discs] [Includes Digital Copy] [Blu-ray] 
I would recommend this to a friend
Rating 4 out of 5 stars with 1 review
Somewhat they'll get it right...
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.
The is really nice. The matte finish, at least for me, suits it very well. It doesn't have the movie title on the front of the steelbook, just the spine, but the big pic of The Incredible Hulk really says it all. The overall steelbook is about a medium. It's not cheap material, but have seen better material used on other steelbooks. For the price and with a 4K disc, it's a great deal for anyone looking to add to their steelbook collection or upgrade their existing BD to 4K.