Planet Hulk (2010) - Animation, Action, Adventure

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The Incredible Hulk, ejected from Earth in a spaceship, crash-lands on a planet ruled by a tyrant, who forces him to fight in a coliseum against other powerful creatures. The Hulk reluctantly befriends the combatants on his team.

IMDB: 6.8
Director: Sam Liu
Stars: Rick D. Wasserman, Lisa Ann Beley
Length: 81 Minutes
PG Rating: PG-13
Reviews: 4 out of 28 found boring (14.28%)

One-line Reviews (17)

It's running time keeps it engaging and fast, mixing the Hulk SMASH!

It's enjoyable .

) and It is counter-balanced by a well paced, straight forward narrative with emotionally engaging characters.

This reinforces the development of the slow/hesitant/misunderstood big hearted hero he is and becomes in this movie.

This resulted in Elloe not being able to have her rather nice story-arc, therefore making her kinda boring as a character.

I also saw the enjoyable 'Incredible Hulk', that made the character do pretty much all the character does on Earth.

The writing is intelligent and smart, and while the basic concept is somewhat standard the story is even in tone and compelling.

I quite enjoyed it, and I may well get the book.

Honestly, most agree that the Marvel Universe is the richest, most entertaining fictional realm ever imagined by man.

Adapting material from the fan favorite comic saga(with a few minor changes), Planet Hulk is an adrenaline pumping hero's journey from slave to savior; following the hulk from his first violent encounter in the arena to his eventual rise to power against the Red King.

A plot-hole filled, uninteresting story with good backgrounds and okay animation.

I am aware of the character, seeing the 2003 snoozer by the name of 'Hulk'.

The action sequences are well-choreographed and exciting, and the music has a haunting quality that is ideal for the tone of Planet Hulk.

The characters are dull, the plot's dull and why did the Hulk not become Bruce?

Unfortunately everything afterwards is the most cliché ridden stuff you'll ever see in a superhero film.

I like the whole Jekkyl/Hyde element, but, past that, he just seems dull.

Since all the characters are new we are treated to a half dozen boring back stories and given no explanation why Beta Ray Bill was there.