Hulk (2003) Full Movie

Hulk
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Hulk (2003) : Bruce Banner, a genetics researcher with a tragic past, suffers massive radiation exposure in his laboratory that causes him to transform into a raging green monster when he gets angry.

Title Hulk (2003)
Release Date Jun 19, 2003
Genres ,
Production Company Marvel Enterprises, Universal Pictures, Good Machine, Valhalla Motion Pictures
Production Countries United States of America
Casts Eric Bana, Jennifer Connelly, Sam Elliott, Josh Lucas, Nick Nolte, Paul Kersey, Cara Buono, Kevin Rankin, Todd Tesen, Celia Weston, Mike Erwin
Plot Keywords california, san francisco, california, monster, general, gun, dna, mutation, psychology, berkeley, transformation, president, superhero, based on comic, golden gate bridge, doctor, fear, scientist, dog, desert, anger, phone, military, super villain, cell, superhuman strength, repressed memory, repression, marvel comics, good versus evil
Bruce Banner / Hulk
Bruce Banner / Hulk
Eric Bana
Betty Ross
Betty Ross
Jennifer Connelly
Thaddeus E.
Thaddeus E. "Thunderbolt" Ross
Sam Elliott
Glenn Talbot
Glenn Talbot
Josh Lucas
The Father
The Father
Nick Nolte
Young David Banner
Young David Banner
Paul Kersey
Edith Banner
Edith Banner
Cara Buono
Harper
Harper
Kevin Rankin
Young Ross
Young Ross
Todd Tesen
Mrs. Krensler
Mrs. Krensler
Celia Weston
Teenage Bruce Banner
Teenage Bruce Banner
Mike Erwin
Security Guard
Security Guard
Lou Ferrigno
Security Guard
Security Guard
Stan Lee
Security Guard
Security Guard
Regi Davis
Security Guard
Security Guard
Craig Damon
President
President
Geoffrey Scott
National Security Advisor
National Security Advisor
Regina McKee Redwing
Aide
Aide
Daniel Dae Kim
Edith's Friend
Edith's Friend
Daniella Kuhn
Bruce Banner as Child
Bruce Banner as Child
Michael Kronenberg
Bruce Banner as Child
Bruce Banner as Child
David Kronenberg
Betty Ross as Child
Betty Ross as Child
Rhiannon Leigh Wryn
Pediatrician
Pediatrician
Lou Richards
Waitress
Waitress
Jennifer Gotzon
Delivery Doctor
Delivery Doctor
Louanne Kelley
Delivery Nurse
Delivery Nurse
Toni Kallen
Officer
Officer
Paul Hansen Kim
Security NCO
Security NCO
John Littlefield
Soldier
Soldier
Lorenzo Callender
Soldier
Soldier
Todd Lee Coralli
Soldier
Soldier
Johnny Kastl
Soldier
Soldier
Eric Ware
Colonel
Colonel
Jesse Corti
Colonel
Colonel
Rob Swanson
Technician
Technician
Mark Atteberry
Technician
Technician
Eva Burkley
Technician
Technician
Rondda Holeman
Technician
Technician
John A. Maraffi
Technician
Technician
Michael Papajohn
Technician
Technician
David St. Pierre
Technician
Technician
Boni Yanagisawa
Tank Commander
Tank Commander
David Sutherland
Comanche Pilot
Comanche Pilot
Sean Mahon
Comanche Pilot
Comanche Pilot
Brett Thacher
Comanche Pilot
Comanche Pilot
Kirk B.R. Woller
F-22 Pilot
F-22 Pilot
Randy Neville
Atheon Technician
Atheon Technician
John Prosky
Boy
Boy
Amir Faraj
Boy's Father
Boy's Father
Ricardo Aguilar
Paramilitary
Paramilitary
Victor Rivers
Davey
Davey
Lyndon Karp

Reviews

  • Cwf97

    Ang Lee helped revolutionize superhero related films forever with Hulk (2003). Rather than just have the hero try to save the world, Lee and James Schamus decided to have Bruce Banner deal with his Freudian psychology, specifically the repressed memories he had thirty years ago about his father. The acting talents of Eric Bana, Jennifer Connelly, Nick Nolte, Sam Elliott and Josh Lucas are perfect for the five main characters. Bana was able to do intentional wooden acting to hide his character's repressed emotions while Connelly conveyed kindness as her Oscar winning role from A Beautiful Mind (2001). What I loved about Lee's interpretation is that he did not care about faithfulness. He cared about showing a cerebral kind of superhero film that later got imitated with The Dark Knight Trilogy (2005-2012), Watchmen (2009), Logan (2017), Dawn of Justice (2016) and Suicide Squad (2016). Ang Lee is one of the best directors to have ever lived and Hulk is one of many films he directed for great proof.

  • lori007101

    The Green Giant is awakening! As a little baby, the Offspring Bruce Banner Genmanipulativ is changed. Later, as a young man, he is a scientist himself and is employed with gamma radiation. He wants to try to reach scar tissue and injuries, using the radiations, a healing method. Through an accident with the radiation, banners mutate when he has a tantrum, to a Green Giant: the Hulk! Eric Bana plays the shy and vulnerable Bruce banner. Although he does not really trust the role, he mastered the insecurity in person, sovereign. Jennifer Connelly plays Betty Ross. Connelly embodies Betty cool and sober. It is only when she experiences how banners mutate that she shares a helping emotion. Josh Lucas plays Glen Talbot. Talbot is fully fixated on his career and is a smug Sesselfurzer. He wants to develop the invention of banners for the military and thus create super soldiers. He has every means right for that. Lucas was arranged as a little villain. Unfortunately, he doesn't necessarily come across like that. The military commander Ross, is portrayed by Sam Elliott. Elliott plays his character cool and iron. He really wants to protect his country. That is why he acts defending and patriotic for his country. Although Nick Nolte has at least playtime, he plays his role most deeply. The few minutes of presence, is a pleasure of acting. The visual language of the director Ang Lee is very special. His idea of using certain settings as a split screen is also closer to the Marvel Comics. So that you really also realize the Hulk is a comic book template. The effects from the year 2003 are good, but you can already notice certain Unperfektheiten. The animations are still kitschy. Which seems a bit ridiculous, too. The story leaves a lot to miss. On the one part, because Hulk belongs in the MCU, here the humor and sarcasm is very rare to see. The colourful and colourful MCU can not be classified here. The story is portrayed here rather as a fantasy drama. Which then looks rather dull for a comic book template. In the last third, it is right to the point and it is going to be quite an effect thunderstorm. It's really a pity that you have to wait more or less until the end until the Hulk drops off steam. Conclusion: A down-to-earth stand of the character hulk of Marvel Comics. Unfortunately, it diminishes the story through seriousness and dramaturgy that happens!

  • tmdb44006625

    I mean, what was everyone expecting? They hired a director who does mostly Asian art-house movies to helm a comic book movie about a green monster who smashes things when he gets angry. Of course Ang Lee was going to delve into Freudian concepts, overtones of Greek tragedy, and strange editing choices. My issues with Hulk are more focused on its painfully slow pace and messy third act. Yes, the whole movie seems a bit pretentious, but you have to at least admire the intent and ambition to make this movie, even if the execution is wonky.