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Planet Hulk Full [CRACKED] Movie 11

"I am truly sorry for what we've had to do. But we had no choice. When you get angry, Bruce, when you're overcome by rage, you are a force of destruction. You fear nothing. And even the mightiest heroes of Earth cannot deter you. The madder you get, the stronger you get, and there is no limit to your rage. We picked your destination carefully. A planet full of vegetation and game, no intelligent life-forms. There will be no one there to hurt you and no one you can hurt. I know you must hate us, Bruce, but you always said you wanted to be left alone. May you finally find peace."

Planet Hulk Full Movie 11

Ed Liu of said that fans would normally not consider the Hulk to be the center of so many good animated features such as Ultimate Avengers, Ultimate Avengers II, and Hulk Vs. "Now, Marvel and Lionsgate have released Planet Hulk, an outstanding direct-to-video animated movie that is easily the best to date from the animated branch of the House of Ideas." He said that Planet Hulk tried to adapted a massive graphic novel into an eighty minute movie like Justice League: The New Frontier. He said that fortunately the producers did a terrific job of streamlining the comic so the movie can stand alone. He felt it was emotionally satisfying and highlighted parts of the source material without the restrictions of the larger universe of the comics. Though he noted that the movie is essentially a collection of intense fights separated by expository flashbacks. But he did feel the movie did an excellent job drawing the audience into the alien world. He felt that unlike The New Frontier, this movie managed to provide backstory for most of the half-dozen new characters while still giving Hulk a story arc of his own. He felt the sets, character designs, and voice acting helped to bring the screenplay to life. He said the characters were beautifully streamlined from their more detailed comic book versions. He praised Rick D. Wasserman for his performance as a sullen Hulk who is not too far from his explosive rage. Though he noted that the movie did not adequately explain why Hulk doesn't turn into Bruce Banner. He noted that all the voice actors did good jobs, particularly with Miek. He felt Miek could have been annoying like Henry Pym, Jr. in Next Avengers: Heroes of Tomorrow but had the second-best story of the movie and stole every scene he's in. He felt that the movie beat the action scene standard set by Hulk Vs, saying that the fights were massive. He noted that the blows were more powerful than that seen in typical television cartoons and previous PG-13 movies. He also noted that the movie was more violent than any Marvel or DC animated movie with many on-screen deaths, though it never felt gratuitous or excessive. He was sorry that the comic series' sequel World War Hulk would probably not be adapted since the rights of so many of the characters are tied up in other studios. He feels the sequel story would so well adapted in animation. "Planet Hulk is a sure-footed winner for anyone looking for supremely well-done animated superhero mayhem."[21]

Phil Pirrello of IGN said that Marvel Animation movies have been hit or miss in the past. But he said this movie was above-average and doesn't shy away from the fact that it's basically the 2000 film Gladiator with Hulk as Maximus. "For comics fans seeking a pleasant distraction, or looking for something to tide them over until the next live-action Hulk movie arrives, one could do worse than watching this gory, action-packed Marvel story." He pointed out that the producers streamlined the source material into an eighty minute movie that hit the necessary action beats to satisfy fans. However, he said the serious pathos of the story was missing, though there still is adequate character drama. He felt the flashbacks provided decent depth to the otherwise two dimensional characters but didn't like the "campfire" approach to the story. He said that the movie needed a bigger budget to fully realize the scale of the battles. Fans should be glad that most of the original story and fights are intact. The swap of Beta Ray Bill for Silver Surfer worked onscreen and seemed to better match the Hulk. He felt that the third act felt separate from the main arc, but was entertaining regardless. Though he felt that the end battle between Red King and Hulk was a bit rushed as it tried to set up a World War Hulk sequel. "Planet Hulk is a bullet of a movie that provides several graphic "Hulk Smash!" moments without forgetting to link them to some semblance of characters that we care about. It's not a perfect movie to be sure, but it certainly qualifies as one of Marvel's better efforts in the direct-to-DVD realm. [...] Planet Hulk is one of Marvel's better direct-to-DVD titles, an adaptation of the 2006 storyline that maintains just enough character drama to keep the heavy action scenes from dominating the running time. It's Gladiator, starring Bruce Banner in the Russell Crowe role. And that's just as good as it sounds."[23][24]

Speaking of Erik Davis, the reporter recently spoke with "The Suicide Squad" star Idris Elba about his new movie "Beast," which hits theaters later this month. While the full interview has yet to be published, Davis revealed on Twitter that Elba has something big cooking for DC right now. Is he going to return as Bloodsport, or is this something else entirely? We know that James Gunn, who directed "The Suicide Squad" and created "Peacemaker," is working on several other DC things. Maybe this is one of them? Hopefully we won't have to wait all that long to find out.

AVENGERS ASSEMBLE! "THE AVENGERS: EARTH'S MIGHTIEST HEROES!," A NEW MARVEL ANIMATED SERIES, PREMIERES WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 20 ON DISNEY XDMicro-Episodes to Roll Out on Multiple Platforms Beginning Wednesday, September 22 "The Avengers: Earth's Mightiest Heroes!," an all-new animated series featuring the best of the best in the Marvel Universe, premieres WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 20 (8:30 p.m., ET/PT) on Disney XD. Produced by Marvel Animation, the series stars the world's greatest heroes -- Iron Man, Thor, Captain America, The Hulk, Ant-Man/Giant Man and Wasp -- who form the Avengers, a team assembled when the powers of a single hero are not enough to save the world. Beginning WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 22, Disney XD,,, and Disney XD Mobile will roll out 20 micro-episodes introducing the team's core members. Each five-and-half-minute episode focuses on the back story, allies and nemeses of the heroes before the Avengers were formed. In the two-part series premiere, "The Breakout," Iron Man, Hulk, Thor, Ant-Man and Wasp have defeated some of the most dangerous Super Villains on the planet. But when the Super Villain prison system mysteriously shuts down, chaos is unleashed on the world. Earth's Mightiest Heroes must now band together as the Avengers to protect the planet from the threats that no single Super Hero could face alone. Their first task is to try and stop Graviton, a being whose power dwarfs anything ever seen. He's after Nick Fury, but will destroy the world to get to him. Individually the heroes have no chance, but together they can make a difference. The complete multiplatform rollout is:Wednesday, September 22 Disney XD will air a special sneak peek of the first micro-series episode, "Iron Man is Born!," at 8:30 p.m., ET/PT directly following premiere of the network's newest series, "Pair of Kings.",, and Disney XD Mobile will unveil a new micro-episode every day, for 20 days, leading up to the micro-episodes' premiere on Disney XD. will also feature a gallery of each of the Avengers and offer inside information about Kang, Loki and the rest of the "most wanted" Marvel Super Villains. Tuesday, October 5 Select micro-episodes will be made available as a free preview on iTunes.Monday, October 11 Disney XD will roll out all 20 micro-episodes during "Avengers Week" from Monday, October 11 to Friday, October 15, with four micro-episodes stacked each night at 8:30 p.m., ET/PT. The complete micro-series becomes available on Disney XD on Demand on AT&T, Verizon, Charter and Cox.Wednesday, October 20The highly anticipated series premiere of "The Avengers: Earth's Mightiest Heroes!" airs with two back-to-back episodes from 8:30 p.m. - 9:30 p.m., ET/PT. The series also launches on, and Thursday, October 21 Full episodes launch on iTunes, Xbox Live, Sony Playstation and Disney XD Mobile VOD. Monday, October 25The series becomes available on Disney XD on Demand on AT&T, Verizon, Charter and Cox. Beginning with the "Iron Man" and "The Incredible Hulk" movies in 2008, the release of "The Avengers: Earth's Mightiest Heroes!" follows Marvel's overall "Avengers Assemble" strategy, introducing the greatest heroes in the Marvel Universe through various content platforms. This includes the feature films "Iron Man 2" in May of 2010, "Thor" in May of 2011 and "Captain America: The First Avenger" in July of 2011, all building up to "Marvel Studios' The Avengers" theatrical film in 2012. Disney XD, the single largest distributor of Marvel content around the world, currently showcases approximately 20 hours of Marvel series (including "The Spectacular Spider-Man," "Fantastic Four" and "Iron Man") each week.Disney XD is a basic cable channel and multi-platform brand showcasing a compelling mix of live-action and animated programming for Kids age 6-14, hyper-targeting boys and their quest for discovery, accomplishment, sports, adventure and humor. Disney XD branded content spans television, online, mobile and VOD platforms. The programming includes series, movies and short-form, as well as sports-themed programming developed with ESPN. In the U.S., Disney XD is seen on a 24-hour, advertiser supported network that reaches over 77 million households via its basic cable affiliates. Disney XD channels are in the UK, France, Spain, Denmark, Sweden, Norway, Poland, Greece, Turkey, Latin America and Japan.


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