'The Incredible Hulk': Marvel's most artistic film
The Incredible Hulk (2008) might be the most artistic film of the Marvel Universe. With the acting skills of Edward Norton, Liv Tyler, Tim Roth and William Hurt and Craig Armstrong’s music score, each scene is easily conveyed through body language, facial expressions and music. Dialogue is almost superfluous.
The film itself takes its cues from the Bill Bixby TV Series with its long, lonely walking scenes and the movie versions of Mary Shelley’s Frankenstein with its humanity in the monster not in the man fighting the monster. The 3rd act provides a monster movie feel as the 2 monsters, the Hulk and Abomination meet in Harlem for an epic battle. It could very well be Godzilla vs. pick-a-monster at that point.
With Mark Ruffalo’s defining interpretation of Bruce Banner ion the rest of the Marvel Universe, it is hard to imagine what Norton could have done with the role beyond this film. Still, as a single movie, Norton’s acting is well done and helps make The Incredible Hulk the most underrated of the Marvel Universe films.
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