In several days earlier, I mentioned I will be giving the review about The Incredible Hulk that premieres about one or two weeks before today. The movie itself is a sequel to Hulk in 2003, and I’d say that’s quite a time making a sequel. The story still revolves around Bruce Banner and how he is trying to cure himself from his ability to change into Hulk.
The movie starts with Bruce Banner, still in his exile somewhere in Brazil trying to adapt with his situation. He looks rather tired (compared to Bruce in the previous version), and probably because of the physiological effect having a monster inside him. He now works as a technician in a bottled drinks company. He is still actively trying to control his anger, and he manages to suppress the “incident” for almost a couple of months. And suddenly, when he is trying to repair a switch, he got a cut in his hand. A drop of blood falls down into those bottles and he had to stop the machine. After he wipes off the blood, then he continues working. However, unknown to him, there is still one bottle with his blood.
Meanwhile in the US, General Ross is still actively trying to pursue and catch Hulk, as he is classified as “property of US Army” because he is a product from the revived superhuman research back in the World War II. After receiving report about a man who accidentally drink the bottle that was contaminated by gamma radiation, the army goes to capture Bruce. But this time, General Ross hires a special member, Emil Blonsky to successfully capture Bruce.
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