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    im sorry but this film is extreemly bad... it was hypeed up way too much
    me and knox fell asleep the second time around... and thats a bad sign
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    as its been said they tried to be way to " im ridiculasly powerfull " kind of thing.. it is too unbileivable imo.. and the thing at the end with his dad is absolultely saft.....

    i think i know why the ending was so pants tho.. i think they are making room for " the hulk 2... bigger greener and badder "

    i have been offered to go see this again and seriousley i would only go if i needed a good nap

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    If you didnt like it at all - why pay to see it again?

    And there is no need to apoligise for saying the film is extremely bad. For its just an opinion and i dont need an apoligy.

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    That bit with the mirror made me jump 6' in the air

    Im no film critic but i do know that i have never ever nodded off during a film showing at the cinema before until now. This film is instantly forgetable im afraid

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    Ok, I'm just cheesed off that your not using the term 'in my opinion' because thats what it is - an opinon.

    "This film is instantly forgetable im afraid"

    ^you say it likes it a fact. It isnt a fact, its an opinion. I know other people who liked this movie - quite a few people actually - and therefore the film is not instantly forgetable for everyone. Just you guys and others like you.

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    Its not forgettable, its got some good action moments in it that won't be forgotten, and the crappy ending definatly won't be.

    your the only person defending this film against at least 3 people who thought it was rubbish, keep at it

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    I know its not a classic. I would much rather watch Dog Soldiers, The Thing or Star Wars Episode 2 (yes) thant HULK. But it is still an enjoyable drama which tries to portray other things than action. I will admit that it doesent succeed in all areas but it does in enough. Enough for me anyway, which isnt always enough for other people.

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    I enjoyed the Hulk
    I thought it was a pretty good conversion from the comics - I wasn't looking forward to it 'cos of all the flaming it got from stupid people. Though some of the movie was very boring :/

    Daredevil could've been a lot better too, but still not disastrous.

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    join me brother in arms...

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    I think it's great that Marvel were so involved in the production of all these comic movies, otherwise god knows what they would be like. Let's face it people these movies could be a LOT worse!

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    See: Batman and Robin

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    I was talking about Marvel comics movies btw

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    Originally posted by Private_mojo
    Ok, I'm just cheesed off that your not using the term 'in my opinion' because thats what it is - an opinon.

    "This film is instantly forgetable im afraid"

    ^you say it likes it a fact. It isnt a fact, its an opinion. I know other people who liked this movie - quite a few people actually - and therefore the film is not instantly forgetable for everyone. Just you guys and others like you.
    Oki i forgot to type in imho so there it is for ya mate. All i remember from this travesty of a movie (imho) is some dogs fighting with the jolly green giant... hence instantly forgettable- (for me).

    I think why i am so hacked off over this film is that it was hyped so so much and (as you have rightly mentioned mate marketted incorrectly). Traliers led me to believe it would be a sat night fun fest- loads of action- no brainer- great. But it wasnt. The film was marketted brilliantly tho cos so many of us suckers were tricked into seeying it

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    private_mojo, in my school days, i used to get told in my history lessons not to write 'in my opinion' or 'i think' in essays because it is clear from the fact that you are writing it, that it is your opinion, and i have to agree with them!

    i don't feel it necessary for you to tell me everything you say is your opinion, it's obvious to me already, and you insult my intelligence if you feel you need to.

    also, your post after you get 'cheesed off' contains this :-

    I know its not a classic
    and, this :-

    But it is still an enjoyable drama which tries to portray other things than action. I will admit that it doesent succeed in all areas but it does in enough
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    lucky i don't agree with your opinion on writing 'in my opinion' all the time, or i might have gotten 'cheesed off'!

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    i wasn't very impressed by the hulk, it was okay, good standard action movie really (IMO). gets an extra few points for having the highly sexual jennifer connely... mmm.

    i ain't seen daredevil yet, but the best comic book movie i've seen for ages in x-men 2, that film rocked.

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    this is not a history essay

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    This film is so bad. I fell asleep half way through and i woke up just in time to see one girl solve the whole of the us army's problems by walking up to the big green guy and look at him! oh well i hope there's not a sequal.
    Catherine

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