The Incredible Hulk (Special Edition) DVD

Louis Leterrier, 2008

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Film Details

Directed by Louis Leterrier

Produced in 2008

Main Language - English

Countries & Regions - American film

Film Description

All-action Marvel Comics blockbuster in which scientist Dr.Bruce Banner (Edward Norton) searches for the cure to his life-transforming alter-ego. Scouring the globe, searching for the antidote that will prevent him from changing into The Hulk, Banner (Norton) is forced to keep a low profile, lest the military authorities that seek to exploit his powers finally catch up with him. In an ironic twist, he longs to be with the only woman he has ever loved, Betty Ross (Liv Tyler), who just happens to be the daughter of his chief military adversary, General Thaddeus 'Thunderbolt' Ross (William Hurt). Having finally decided to return to civilisation, Banner discovers that there's an even bigger and more dangerous enemy on the block - The Abomination (Tim Roth). A primal beast even more powerful than The Hulk, this new foe, the result of a foreign agent being exposed to an even larger dose of the radiation that created The Hulk, is unable to revert back to human form. Now the stage is set for the titanic battle of the two heavyweights, with New York the setting for the ultimate showdown.

DVD Details

Certificate: 12

Publisher: Universal Pictures

Length: 108 mins

Aspect ratio: 1:2.35 CinemaScope

Format: DVD Colour

Region: 2

Released: 13th October 2008

Cat No: 8258753

Subtitles: Subtitles (Arabic, Danish, Dutch, Finnish, Hungarian, Icelandic, Norwegian, Swedish, Turkish), Subtitles for hard of hearing (English)

DVD Extras

  • 2 discs
  • Commentary by Louis Leterrier.

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by Barry Forshaw on 13th October 2008

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