The filmmakers really create a personal experience filled with sensations that can make a strong emotional connection with male and female audiences. The fantastic - oops, wrong superheroes…The incredible rooftop fight scene provides the pinnacle of the satisfying, fight-filled action. An excellent music score from composer Craig Armstrong enhances this high budget film.
The creators of The Incredible Hulk follow the typical rule of showing a big set near the beginning then destroying it to stretch those budget dollars. It’s a wise tactic that Marvel Studios also used in their first film, Iron Man. Marvel even borrows from their own material in a pizza delivery sequence, echoing Spider-Man 2. This action-packed film not only entertains on a high level, but also exhibits admirable themes of responsibility. The Incredible Hulk also tells a cautionary tale about sharing vital information with other people.
Additional references (pants jokes, etc.) and characters, especially Dr. Samson, recognizable to Hulk fans, will definitely enhance this exciting experience. A key scene with Samuel Sterns and Blonsky and the extra ending scene shed further light into the Hulk’s future. Hopefully Sterns will get considerable screen time in future Hulk film installments, unlike Dr. Curt Connors, played by Dylan Walsh, who never became fully developed in the second and third Spider-Man films. This approximately 112 minute film comes recommended and rated PG-13 for sequences of intense action violence, some frightening sci-fi images and brief suggestive content.