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Marvel Monday: You Don’t Want to See Me When I’m Not Mark Ruffalo

AvengersFor our Marvel Monday column for the next two months, we will be reviewing all of the Marvel canon movies to prepare for our big review of The Avengers: Age of Ultron  on May 1. Today, we get mean and green with Laney’s review of The Incredible Hulk (2008).

Any review of the character of the Incredible Hulk must of course begin with the recognition that there have been three in recent adaptations, and everyone has a firm opinion on which one was the best: Eric Bana, Edward Norton or Mark Ruffalo.

In full disclosure, along with many others, I am a wholehearted Mark Ruffalo fan, but it was also fun to go back for the first time in many years to review The Incredible Hulk starring Edward Norton and Liv Tyler, which is the ‘canon” Hulk film. Admittedly, I am huge Liv Tyler fan, which is also a piece of vanity because in high school, when Lord of the Rings was huge, I got compared a lot to her. (Dark long brown hair, thin pale face, soft-spoken.) Continue reading