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Planet Hulk 2010 NR CC


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(253) IMDb 6.9/10
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Earth's mightiest heroes exiled him to outer space. Now the Incredible Hulk has crash-landed on a distant alien planet, ruled by the tyrannical Red King, and he must become the planet's mightiest gladiator if he wants to survive.

Rick D. Wasserman, Lisa Ann Beley
1 hour, 22 minutes

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Product Details

Genres Science Fiction, Fantasy, Adventure, Action
Director Sam Liu
Starring Rick D. Wasserman, Lisa Ann Beley
Supporting actors Mark Hildreth, Liam O'Brien, Kevin Michael Richardson, Sam Vincent, Advah Soudack, Michael Kopsa, Paul Dobson, Marc Worden, Lee Tockar, Russell Roberts, Donald Adams, Doug Abrahams, David Kaye, Ellen Kennedy, Campbell Lane, Chantal Strand
Studio Lionsgate
MPAA rating NR (Not Rated)
Captions and subtitles English Details
Rental rights 24 hour viewing period. Details
Purchase rights Stream instantly and download to 2 locations Details
Format Amazon Video (streaming online video and digital download)

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34 of 36 people found the following review helpful By Aaron F. on January 21, 2010
Format: DVD Verified Purchase
As all of you fans of the Hulk know, this is the animated adaptation of the popular comic book series. Now, I would like to begin, that they made a lot of changes in this adaptation. Some are good, while others I don't care for, but this is still a great animated action film. The demise of the Red King is something that I like better here than in the comics.

Sadly, just to inform you, the Silver Surfer has been replaced by Beta Ray Bill!!! But don't blame Marvel, blame FOX STUDIOS!!! One thing this movie has though is a lot of action and a fast paced storyline. It is without a doubt the best Marvel animated film so far. It keeps a similar theme to its comic counterpart, and it still keeps the viewers entertained.

The voice cast is just great, and they suit each others characters perfectly. While I must admit, I still prefer the comic over the animated film. I'm a big Hulk fan, and the way I look at it, if it isn't broke, don't try fixing it. I just wished they would have made it exactly like the comic, but I'm not complaining, for I really like this film.

What intrests me is if there is a World War Hulk, his wife Caiera may be coming along for the ride! I would love to see a WWH animated film! Just to see Stark, Richards, and all of the Marvel Universe being beaten almost to death!!! It gives a whole new meaning to the words... HULK SMASH!!!!

This two disc set contains these special features:

- A Whole World of Hurt: The Making of Planet Hulk
- Let the Smashing Commence! The Saga of Planet Hulk
- Opening Sequence: Thor Tales Of Asgard
- Wolverine vs.
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39 of 45 people found the following review helpful By Sean Curley on January 24, 2010
Format: Blu-ray
In the first decade of the 21st century, Marvel's had big success in comics, on film, and in animated television programs; the one area where they have really lagged behind DC has been in the animated DVD market, where Bruce Timm's productions have been more numerous and generally more successful. The recent "Hulk vs." DVD was a step in the right direction, providing some great action and good use of Marvel characters, albeit in two shortened segments that neither of them possessed a full story. "Planet Hulk", an adaptation of the Marvel Comics storyline of the same name by Greg Pak (who is involved in the production), is a full-length story, and it is by far the best thing Marvel Animation's DVD program has done, and ranks with my favourite DC DVDs. Again starring the Hulk, but this time way out of his normal element, it delivers action and heart. Some spoilers follow.

We're dropped right into the story, as the Hulk (voice of Rick Wasserman) awakens to find himself traveling through space, with a video from the Illuminati (Iron Man [Marc Worden, reprising his role from various other Marvel DVDs], Mr. Fantastic, Dr. Strange, and Black Bolt) explaining that his constant destructive rampages have forced them to send him away to a peaceful world where he can at last be left alone. Nice idea, but the Hulk doesn't take this well, and destroys the instrumentation, sending the ship careening into a wormhole and crashlanding on the planet Sakaar. Captured and forced to fight in gladiator games for the entertainment of the despotic Red King (Mark Hildreth), he finds himself the unwilling companion of the Warbound, a collection of fellow-gladiators.
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8 of 8 people found the following review helpful By Isaac J. Mahoney on March 31, 2010
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After the incredibly disappointing Ultimate Avengers films, I had low expectations for anything Marvel Animated and especially Planet Hulk. But this Hulk really grabbed me and pulled me in to one of the best Hulk adventures I have ever experienced. It begins with a video of Iron Man and the Illuminati explaining to Hulk that he has been exiled to another planet. Hulk starts smashing up the spaceship and it crashes on the planet Sakaar, ruled by the Red King. Hulk is captured and forced to fight in gladiatorial arena, where he rises to fame and bonds with a unique group of slaves who call themselves The Warbound. Hulk must decide to challenge the Red King or seek a path of isolation, because unlike the Earthlings, the desperate people of Sakaar believe a monster is just the hero they need.

Planet Hulk is a Hulk you have never seen before. All the other Hulk stories feature the struggle of Bruce Banner. Then when Banner loses control, the character development is over, the story is over, he just transforms into Hulk and a giant slug-fest ensues. But Bruce Banner isn't even in Planet Hulk, and we get to see how deep and conflicted the character of Hulk can really be. It's not a journey of man into monster, it's the journey of a monster into a hero. It isn't Banner's struggle, it's the Hulk's struggle. But the character-work doesn't stop there, the Warbound group is a very interesting and well handled group of gladiators.

Which leads me to the fights. The idea of making the Hulk a gladiator on an alien planet is such a good concept for his character that I can't believe this wasn't thought of sooner. It gives Hulk ample opportunity to pummel a host of unique foes. There's some really memorable fight scenes and powerful moments here.
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