How about the horrible casting choice of Bana for Bruce Banner?
Banner is sppose to have some scientific nerdy quality...and Bana had none!
He was more shy and timid then scientific...
How about the awful "comic book panel" sequences they tried to do but failed miserably? It was rabbit poop!
How about the casting for the of Nick Nolte???? Sorry...I just really hate his films, and acting ability
Come on AYB....A 7 out a 10? Thats way above average!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
The move is at least a 3 out of 10.
didnt Munich suck huge emu eggs?
I heard that movie was crap...I never saw it so I cant really have 2 cents to throw in on that particular film...
Maybe the bombing of that film was due to bana...not sure
Munich probably 'sucked' because semites are a minorship...and even considering the movie did not justify whatever jewish did, the fact it was directed by a jewish director probably granted it a reputation of a pro-semite work - specially by people who didn't see the movie. however spielberg makes it subtle, however quite noticeable, that there's no right side in such issues and specially in that particular one. well packed, wrapped and delivered. great work with a very strong and heavy thematics
about hulk issues:
eric bana isn't great, but bruce banner is a moron. he's just a brilliant scientist with a huh...marvellous (?) accident in his life history. fine cast for me. we should'nt expect him babbling about every kind of math/physics theory that alan moore-ish relates to what the Hulk is.
nick nolte is a HELL of a great actor when there's a HELL of a part for him. I'm not talking about romantic adventures with Julia Roberts. He has great works in his career. you gotta know and believe the guy. i surely didn't like Jeff Bridges cast for Iron Man when I first heard of. Jeff Bridges and Keanu Reeves have always been, in my opinion, actors that play themselves in every movie. they have their shortcuts, their Tom Cruise-isms (the magic, shining bright smile that save almost every scene when he's sucking in his autopilot act)...but this time, Jeff Bridges REALLY impressed me. what a villain, what an Obadiah he was.
and the same went for Nick. He was always a shade of himself in movies. but in Hulk, well, he was a great shade of himself. the best shade of himself he could be. I have no complaints.
i guess the comic-book split screen, well...it was a try. nobody can blame ang lee for bringing something different. it sucked? yes. but here, between you and me...would you prefer watching a movie with those failing editing gimmicks or 15min. of ben affleck attempting to be matt murdock with his woodface grim and such a horrible hair?