Based on an Exit Polling of 126 Moviegoers
Your Probability of
Enjoying This Movie
Movie To Friends
|13-19||Teens (M)||26||Very High||96%|
|13-19||Teens (F)||11||Fairly High||73%|
|20-29||Yg Adults (M)||37||Fairly High||89%|
|20-29||Yg Adults (F)||13||Fairly Low||69%|
|30+||Adults (F)||15||Fairly Low||67%|
Very High, High, Fairly High, About 50/50, Fairly Low, Low, Very Low.
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|These are some wildly varying opinions. The only age/gender group with enough opinions to be accurate is the teen females, which is obviously this movies target audience. Less than half of them really liked it. The remaining ones rated it "Good" to "Fair/Poor" and that's not good. It's very rare to see teen females give such low opinions for a movie targeted at them. I would not recommend this movie at full ticket price. Your chances of enjoying it are pretty low. If you're determined to see it, you might want to see a matinee to save a few bucks, just in case.
Cinema Review Prediction: (before moviegoer opinions are collected)
The comic book adventure has enough effects and action to make it a big blockbuster, but the slower pace may leave action-minded audiences a little disappointed. However, the headier ideas presented may give the film a surprising appeal to older audiences.
Scientist Bruce Banner (ERIC BANA) has, to put it mildly, anger management issues. His quiet life as a brilliant researcher working with cutting edge genetic technology conceals a nearly forgotten and painful past. His ex-girlfriend and equally brilliant fellow researcher, Betty Ross (Academy Award. winner JENNIFER CONNELLY), has tired of Bruce's cordoned off emotional terrain and resigns herself to remaining an interested onlooker to his quiet life. |
Which is exactly where Betty finds herself during one of the early trials in Banner's groundbreaking research. A simple oversight leads to an explosive situation and Bruce makes a split-second decision; his heroic impulse saves a life and leaves him apparently unscathed—his body absorbing a normally deadly dose of gamma radiation. …And yet, something is happening. Vague morning-after effects. Blackouts. Unexpected fallout from the experiment gone awry. Banner begins to feel some kind of a presence within, a stranger who feels familiar, slightly dangerous and yet darkly attractive.
All the while, a massive creature—a rampaging, impossibly strong being who comes to be known as the Hulk—continues its sporadic appearances, cutting a swath of destruction, leaving Banner's lab in shambles and his house with blown out walls. The military is engaged, led by Betty's father, General "Thunderbolt" Ross (SAM ELLIOTT), along with rival researcher Glenn Talbot (JOSH LUCAS), and both personal vendettas and familial ties come into play, heightening the danger and raising the stakes in the escalating emergency.
Betty Ross has her theories, and she knows the shadowy figure lurking in the background, Bruce's father, David (NICK NOLTE), is somehow connected. She may be the only one who understands the link between scientist and the Hulk, but her efforts to stop the military threat, deploying every weapon in its attempt to capture the monster, may be too late to save both man and creature.
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