I thought they did a very nice job with the story line and the statistic of the Hulk were almost right from Marvel. It iwas an interesting film to watch imo. I thought it was funny to see Lou Ferigno in a quick cam pass as a guard.
BTW, it is important that you spelled the word wrong when your elongated it like you did. Your post was based on that premise and you failed to deliver because your attention to detail was pathetic. Sorry to be so blunt, but presentation is 90% of everything.
The question of whether or not the Hulk is a great movie or a piece of crap may be an interesting one, but you all do realize it has nothing to do with Sony, don't you?
The Hulk was made by Universal Pictures, which is part of Vivendi Universal, symbol V on the NYSE. If you head on over to the V board, you will see lots of discussion of the movie. You will also see lots of discussion of the Hulk on the Marvel Enterprises board (MVL) because the Hulk is a Marvel comic book character.
Sony owns Columbia Pictures, not Universal. Columbia Pictures made Spiderman last year, another Marvel comic book character, which made a ton of money for Columbia and its parent company, Sony. But Columbia didn't make the Hulk. It seems that a number of folks on this board have got it stuck in their head that the Hulk has something to do with Sony. It doesn't.
So feel free to argue about whether or not the Hulk is any good and whether or not it will make a lot of money, but the people who actually care about it in terms of revenue and potential effect on stock price are over on the V and MVL boards.