The Incredible Hulk Returns (1988) - Action, Adventure, Drama

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Hopefully on the verge of curing his Hulk condition, Banner meets his colleague, Don Blake, who is mystically linked to a Viking warrior, Thor.

IMDB: 5.8
Director: Nicholas Corea
Stars: Bill Bixby, Lou Ferrigno
Length: 100 Minutes
PG Rating: N/A
Reviews: 2 out of 26 found boring (7.69%)

One-line Reviews (13)

Despite the TV-budget limitations, this is a very entertaining Hulk movie, even better than the pilot movie from 1977.

Trite, and nothing like the series.

The versus angle, consisting of a short fight between Hulk and Thor in a lab, is anything but exciting.

Writer/director Nicholas Corea relates the immensely entertaining story at a snappy pace, makes neat use of plentiful strenuous slow motion, stages the action scenes with flair, and further spruces things up with amusing touches of campy humor (the sequence with Thor visiting a biker bar rates as the definite comic highlight).

The familiar B-movie faces of Charles Napier and Tim Thomerson round out the cast of what is a surprisingly entertaining and action-packed superhero outing.

Trite, ridiculous attempt, to incorporate the mythical, and science fiction together.

Extremely Entertaining .

Welles's Dr. Moreau in outer space) creates man-monsters who give Thor all he can handle; Ulik, mightiest of the monstrous Rock Trolls, who inadvertently unleashes the mighty Mangog on the Gods, ushering in the day of Ragnarok; "Crusher Creel," the muscle-bound bald convict armed with a ball and chain who becomes The Absorbing Man; The Super Skrull, who possesses ALL the powers of The Fantastic Four; and The Hulk and The Wrecker and Tana Nile and Galactus and and...

A very entertaining tv movie .

Overall the movie was entertaining and predictable.

Very enjoyable made-for-TV movie revival of the classic series .

Even though it's a little more comic bookish in story than the old series, it's still worth watching.

) Kirby's Mythological Science Fiction, his Cosmic Concepts, are rich with characters and details that would make for some fascinating adventures- if only the TV and movie folks could get it right.