Ang Lee gave it a go; a CBS series tried so hard with Lou Ferigno and contact lenses; most recently, Louis Letterier and Ed Norton did their best; and yet still no one has really managed to create a truly definitive screen version of the Incredible Hulk. Until now, that is. Bangladesh's Sohel Afgani has finally nailed it. His secret? Altering the superhero's origin story to include pantsing, news report videobombing, and the most unconvincing CGI possible:
The bar is set, Joss Whedon. Also, Bangladeshi Bruce Banner loves you. And little cookies.
Bale, Ledger, Hardy, Gordon-Levitt, Hathaway, and most of the rest of Nolan's Bat-cast--right down to Anthony Michael Hall--reprise their Bat-roles, but now in high school, and in a '90s comedy, in the skillfully-edited Gotham High. You will never be able to see The Dark Knigh... / Continue →
So beaten down the Meet the Spartans of the world destroying the spoof with its army of questionable lookalikes, I was actually half-heartedly hoping that Superhero Movie might revitalize the parody genre I loved as a kid. Despite the title's dreary reference to its awful parod... / Continue →
It's a lot like the other trailers we've seen, but now with pretty much no context and more dizzying action, more kisses, and more staring out the window of a moving train. Perfect for the Wolverine lover who is also a dog.... / Continue →