Edward Norton, Tim Roth, and William Hurt, all good actors and all were perfect for their roles in this decently executed super hero movie. This was a pretty good movie, but no where near Iron Man. The Incredible Hulk had some very amazing pros to it, but also had some noticeable cons. First of all, this movie was ten times better than the original, which isn’t saying much at all. SGI was great in this movie and the fights were fun to watch. Because of it’s pace, it really didn’t feel like two hours at all. It was also just an extremely well acted and fun super hero movie that you would’ve hoped for the first time. My problem with it was it had this ability to be really intense and just flat out sweet, but there were times where it was extremely cheesy too and I’m just sitting there wondering why the whole movie couldn’t be intense and cool. I also reallyliked Tim Roth’s character, but when he changed into the Abomination, he was a totally different character and not just his looks because he looked cool, it was the dumb corny lines he yelled out that just took away from the intensity of the character. The action sequences were well-thought out, creative and fierce, the dialogue was pretty good, and bruce banner/hulk’s emotional/physical problems were shown expertly in this adaption. Oh and the most famous hulk line isn’t even in the movie, it’s made a joke of (corny). Overall, it was an awesome super hero movie and an ok movie.