Desperately trying to rid himself of his monster-like alter
ego once and for all, Doctor Banner sneaks into a government
research lab run by Dr Ronald Pratt hoping to find a solution.
When Pratt discovers Banner's plight, he offers to help. But
a beautiful spy who's out to steal Pratt's ideas for terrorists
forces Banner to choose between love and loyalty, good and
evil and ultimately, life and death...
is pretty obvious that The Death of the Incredible Hulk
has been released to capitalise on the publicity surrounding
the new Hulk movie (for goodness sake the DVD cover
even looks like the movie teaser poster) or am I an old cynic?
extended episode (90 mins in length) is the finale to the
1970/80 TV series which saw Doctor David (not Bruce like in
the comic books) Banner moving from town to town, getting
into some kind of trouble, getting angry and turning green.
hadn't seen an episode of The Incredible Hulk since
I was about eight, so I was really looking forward to watching
this. However, as the episode opened I was surprised to see
that Banner seemed a little on the simple side. There he was
with a job as a cleaner (no surprise as he always had a new
job every week) with the memory of a goldfish - what had happened
to the great doctor?
then everything fell into place. He was acting dumb on purpose
to allow him to work as a cleaner in a laboratory during the
day, and then sneak into one of the labs, to try to cure his
condition, in the evenings.
has such a low budget that in places you can't help laughing
out loud. Lou Ferrigno's
Hulk is painfully funny, running around in slow motion and
flexing his muscles at every opportunity.
biggest complaint, apart from the fact there are no extras
of any description, is that the title gives away the last
you want to relive your youth then this is worth a look, although
at £13 it is a little expensive for something you will
watch once and then give to your local charity shop.
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