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Old 03-21-2014, 04:51 PM   #76
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but he's almost an anti-hero, at this point.

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Old 03-21-2014, 05:45 PM   #78
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I guess your right in case no one knows about this it seems some people see Loki/WWW from OUAT as a couple and seeing how the WWW is. Her and Loki would be the perfect couple for each other.

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With respect guys, what didn't you like about TIH? I really feel like that was one of Marvel's best most underrated movies. Ed Norton played a very charismatic Bruce Banner, the Hulk looked the BEST he's ever looked (and that's including Avengers, sorry guys but TIH Hulk looked BADASS), there was great action and tension. Only negative thing really was Liv Tyler, she was kind of wooden. Other than that I really don't see what rubbed everyone the wrong way about that film?
A mediocre Betsy Ross, an unimpressive and flat General Ross compared with the prior take, an utterly cardboard and uncharismatic main villain in Blonsky, fairly ugly character design, and fight scenes that were inferior to the ones in the Ang Lee version.

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I'm offended by the Hulkbuster armor appearance- the last film already had a "stop the Hulk's rampage" sequence-- I really hope they're not going there again in this film. By the end of part 1 Tony and Bruce are in bromance mode anyway-- this would be a serious regression. I do not support this!

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I'm offended by the Hulkbuster armor appearance- the last film already had a "stop the Hulk's rampage" sequence-- I really hope they're not going there again in this film. By the end of part 1 Tony and Bruce are in bromance mode anyway-- this would be a serious regression. I do not support this!
Someone else mentioned an idea-if Ultron hacks the suit and goes on a rampage with it, then the Hulk would be the perfect choice to stop it. That would be a nice reversal, and a clever way to get that fight without going backwards in character development

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Well most people(like me) don't even own a Blu-ray player and don't ever get to see all that bonus stuff since as soon as all this Blu-ray bull**** came along that's the only place that they put these extra features and regular DVD folks can go straight to hell in Marvel's mind I guess. So it's nice that we also can see some of that stuff.
Yeah.Hear hear.I can watch Blu-rays on my PS3,but I tend to save the extra $7 and just get the DVD.I can't see spending cash I can't afford for some extras I'll probably watch once every ten years.

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Old 03-22-2014, 02:58 AM   #83
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With respect guys, what didn't you like about TIH? I really feel like that was one of Marvel's best most underrated movies. Ed Norton played a very charismatic Bruce Banner, the Hulk looked the BEST he's ever looked (and that's including Avengers, sorry guys but TIH Hulk looked BADASS), there was great action and tension. Only negative thing really was Liv Tyler, she was kind of wooden. Other than that I really don't see what rubbed everyone the wrong way about that film?
Agreed 100%.

Liv was alright.But I wouldn't cry if they decided to re-cast.I hope they stick with Hurt as Ross though.I thought he was excellent.

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I'm offended by the Hulkbuster armor appearance- the last film already had a "stop the Hulk's rampage" sequence-- I really hope they're not going there again in this film. By the end of part 1 Tony and Bruce are in bromance mode anyway-- this would be a serious regression. I do not support this!
Makes sense to me. Hulk is always a wild card. It's one of his defining characteristics, especially when on a team. Sure, he's ultimately good. Be he sure as hell ain't safe.

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Old 03-22-2014, 03:14 AM   #85
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Makes sense to me. Hulk is always a wild card. It's one of his defining characteristics, especially when on a team. Sure, he's ultimately good. Be he sure as hell ain't safe.
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Old 03-22-2014, 05:13 AM   #86
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With respect guys, what didn't you like about TIH? I really feel like that was one of Marvel's best most underrated movies. Ed Norton played a very charismatic Bruce Banner, the Hulk looked the BEST he's ever looked (and that's including Avengers, sorry guys but TIH Hulk looked BADASS), there was great action and tension. Only negative thing really was Liv Tyler, she was kind of wooden. Other than that I really don't see what rubbed everyone the wrong way about that film?
What rubbed me the wrong way was pretty much everything else you mentioned, as I disagree with just about all of it. I found Norton boring and uncharismatic (let me put it this way, Ruffalo got me more attached to Bruce in his first scene than Norton did throughout his whole movie), HATED the way the Hulk looked, and saw nothing special about the action. You're on point about Betty, though. Basically, I found everything about the film - except maybe William Hurt - to be fairly devoid of personality.

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TIH Betty and General Ross may have been underwhelming when compared to the Jennifer Connolly and Sam Elliot version, but Tim Roth was awesome as Blonsky. He was so badass that the army let him wear a beard.

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Old 03-22-2014, 03:39 PM   #88
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A mediocre Betsy Ross, an unimpressive and flat General Ross compared with the prior take, an utterly cardboard and uncharismatic main villain in Blonsky, fairly ugly character design, and fight scenes that were inferior to the ones in the Ang Lee version.
With respect...there were no fight scenes in Any Lee's Hulk. I mean besides when he fought the dogs hulk did nothing in that movie. In TIH we at least had hulk fight a worthy opponent and and we actually got....actual fight scenes. Also "ugly character design?" Hulk in TIH looked BEAUTIFUL and so incredibly well detailed. He almost looked real. Any Lee's Hulk looked very chubby and incredibly fake.

Not trying to dump on your opinion I just...don't really understand it. Lol

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Yeah,TIH design was a thing of beauty.I don't really get people dumping on that design.

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I thoroughly enjoyed this feature, but I was annoyed that they didn't really go into any detail about TIH, it was just like "yeah there was a TIH movie in phase one" they could've at least mentioned Ruffalo replacing Norton.

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the Hulk should be even stronger in this film.

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They really would have to try something extravagant to show hulk being stronger than he was in TA, because that "one hitter quitter" he stuck the leviathan with was dope. One thing about hulk is, how do you truly display his strength, is it in fighting larger opponents? lifting/throwing large objects? I think AMEH did a phenomenal job showing his strenth during the graviton battle, when the hulk kept getting up from gravitons hold.

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With respect...there were no fight scenes in Any Lee's Hulk. I mean besides when he fought the dogs hulk did nothing in that movie. In TIH we at least had hulk fight a worthy opponent and and we actually got....actual fight scenes. Also "ugly character design?" Hulk in TIH looked BEAUTIFUL and so incredibly well detailed. He almost looked real. Any Lee's Hulk looked very chubby and incredibly fake.

Not trying to dump on your opinion I just...don't really understand it. Lol
I don't think TIH design looked real at all. It was at its absolute worst when he transformed into the Hulk on the university campus and jumped down from that passageway. He looked completely fake like here:



I didn't like the Ang Lee design either and was even more fake looking.

I think the Avengers Hulk has had the best design so far. He's not completely perfect but more realistic than the other two.

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Old 03-22-2014, 08:25 PM   #94
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The Avengers Hulk looked too Ape-ish to me.He had that over-large forehead.

TIH one looked straight out of Sal Buscema's art.

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The Avengers Hulk looked too Ape-ish to me.He had that over-large forehead.

TIH one looked straight out of Sal Buscema's art.
Like he's suppose to have - Avengers Hulk was the best by far - not 100% Kirby but close enough...

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They really would have to try something extravagant to show hulk being stronger than he was in TA, because that "one hitter quitter" he stuck the leviathan with was dope. One thing about hulk is, how do you truly display his strength, is it in fighting larger opponents? lifting/throwing large objects? I think AMEH did a phenomenal job showing his strenth during the graviton battle, when the hulk kept getting up from gravitons hold.
Don't forget that Hulk got to be the one to kick the crap out Loki at the end in the most hilarious scene in the movie.

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I thought that the Hulk design in TA was Kirby-esqe, myself.

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I liked it all he needs now is the purple pants

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