March 07, 2005

Good god, there's YEARS of this stuff...
  • Hulk's idea for blog is good. Me wish me thought it first.
  • How do you keep up with such a thing for 3 1/2 years? Someone has a strange obsession....
  • She-Hulk smash blog! She-Hulk smash you all!!!
  • This is a lot better than the incredible sulk. He's right about Iron Man too - complete asshole.
  • We were reading this last night - hilarious.
  • Oh god I remember seeing this a while back! I completely forgot to keep up with it though, thanks for posting
  • He must use an industrial strength keyboard. Must have gone through a few computers too, if the experiences of other blogspot users is to be believed. Hulk with computer rage would not be pretty - "Hulk smash you puny plastic machine!"
  • The Incredible Hulk reviewed beautifully in The Guardian: "Hulk. Smash!" Yes. Hulk. Smash. Yes. Smash. Big Hulk smash. Smash cars. Buildings. Army tanks. Hulk not just smash. Hulk also go rarrr! Then smash again. Smash important, obviously. Smash Hulk's USP. What Hulk smash most? Hulk smash all hope of interesting time in cinema.
  • I'll probably go see it at some point, for one reason: much of it was shot here in town, and it was a lot of fun seeing them build Harlem out behind the abandoned hotel downtown. So yeah, seeing the Hulk smash downtown Hamilton? Sure, I'll pay to see that. When it comes to the cheapie theatre, that is. And am I the only one who liked the first one? I thought Ang Lee did a good job, focusing on the emotional stuff. The CGI rampages were the weakest part of the movie. Not that it was one for the ages, but for a comic book movie, there was a lot there. Enh.
  • And am I the only one who liked the first one? Nope. The effects were not good, and that's the only time I've ever seen a superhero movie where I walked away thinking "Good script, but damn them was some weak effects." Which was a refreshing change, actually. In fact, I think I'll Netflix it right now.
  • I loved the Ang Lee Hulk, absolutely loved it. He dared to make a comic book movie that didn't pander to its audience at every turn, but rather took the thematic core of the story and made it a film of ideas. Can't have that, I suppose. This new one looks lame.
  • I didn't see the Ang Lee one, but I'll probably see this one on account of being a hopeless Edward Norton fangirl. But, I can already tell I'll probably snooze during the CGIFX rampages.
  • NOTE: Not say, do.