PLANET HULK (DVD 2010 USA)

Ben Meyers’ rating: 3.5|5.0 Starsììì

Planet Hulk—average Marvel film—requires no effort to watch and becomes an easy-on-the-mind film due to its low engagement factor. It performs as a teen-age action flick with good acting and storyline, but there’s not much here other than some good fight scenes.

Storyline

The Hulk goes into outer space, lands on an alien planet, and fights in alien gladiator arenas.

Additional Thanks

Thank you to Director Sam Liu for directing effort. Thank you to Executive Producer Eric S. Rollman making the film possible. Additional characters/cast include: Hulk (voice of Rick D. Wasserman), Caiera (voice of Lisa Ann Beley), Red King (voice of Mark Hildreth), Hiroim (voice of Liam O’Brien), Korg (voice of Kevin Michael Richardson), Miek (voice of Sam Vincent), Elloe Kaifi (voice of Advah Soudack), Lavin Skee (voice of Micahel Kopsa), Beta Ray Bill (voice of Paul Dobson), Iron Man (voice of Marc Worden), Miek (voice of Sam Vincent), Elloe Kaifi (voice of Advah Soudack), Lavin Skee (voice of Michael Kopsa), Beta Ray Bill (voice of Paul Dobson), and Iron Man (voice of Marc Worden).

Buy a ticket? Yes? No? Maybe?

Maybe. It’s a fun re-visit into the Hulk story, but a better teen/adult watch is Guardians of the Galaxy.

Ben Meyers

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