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Talbot Death (Hulk 2003)

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Uploaded on Aug 22, 2011

From the forgettable live action Hulk movie made back in 2003, directed by Ang Lee. It's widely known to those that saw it for sucking terribly. I found this death particularly hilarious and wanted to share it with everyone.

Edit: I want to add some clarification given some of the comments I've received. For those who have enjoyed it: I'm glad and thanks for commenting. For those that seem to think the only possible reason I don't like this movie is because it's "not like the comic book" or "not enough stuff blows up," you're sorely mistaken. This movie tried something, and I give Ang Lee credit for taking risks, but I'm not obligated to say "good job" just because he took some risks. The movie is a failure. I'm sorry if that upsets you, but it has nothing to do with the two complaints everyone assumes I'm making. From a story-telling perspective, there's no rising action, there's hardly any stakes, and the attempted internal conflict is not as deep or risky as you all like to pretend. It's not even done well. There's plenty of action in this movie, but it is boring. Yes, The Hulk throwing around a tank is boring, because I don't care about any of the characters or any of their motivations and I don't care if Bruce Banner succeeds. I respect Lee's vision, I don't respect his execution. I could give a shit whether or not it's like the comics. I could give a shit if nothing blew up. The movie was over indulgent in a conflict not even well portrayed (I have repressed anger and daddy issues), and the external conflict was barely present (father randomly gets powers somehow and then shows up at the end even though no one cares). You don't have to agree with all my reasons, you can even love this movie (my last roommate did), but stop pretending like everyone who disagrees with you is a drooling zombie demanding explosions and complete accuracy to source material.

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