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Cinematronic by Michael Snyder
Film
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  The Hulk cinematronic
  director

Ang Lee

cast

Kate Hudson, Luke Wilson, Sophie Marceau, David Paymer, Cloris Leachman, Rip Taylor, Rob Reiner

year

2003

rating rating cinematronic
  Not just another film adaptation of a Marvel Comics superhero, "The Hulk" is as much a smashing good psychological drama as it is a sci-fi blockbuster. The serious approach is logical, since the Hulk is a post-atomic update on the destructive dual-personality theme of the horror classic "Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde." But "The Hulk" is also loaded with unique, hyperbolic action sequences that make trippy use of the latest in computer animation. Bruce Banner (Eric Bana) and his ex-girlfriend Betty Ross (Jennifer Connelly) are scientists trying to regenerate damaged organic tissue with gamma radiation. When mild Bruce is exposed to a lethal dose of rays, he survives, only to transform into a massive, green-skinned manifestation of his inner rage. This mighty, hulking thing becomes a target for Bruce's father, a demented geneticist (Nick Nolte), and Betty's father, a callous military general (Sam Elliott). Hailed director Ang Lee ("Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon") uses a thrilling visual style with quick wipes, split screens and melding images that echo the panels of a comic book. And the Hulk alter ego seems real, even though, by necessity, it's a 3-D digital fabrication rather than a human actor.  
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