RT Review Revue: The Incredible Happening Hulk Tomato Showdown!

Hulk like movies, but do critics like this week’s Happening?

by | June 13, 2008 | Comments

RT Review Revue


After the Panda-filled, silky-coiffed fun of last weekend’s releases, the summer movie season rolls on with everyone’s favorite anger management case study, The Incredible Hulk, and M. Night Shyamalan’s suicide-filled first rated-R movie, The Happening. In the first ever indoor/outdoor RT Review Revue, check out early buzz on these movies and satisfy your tomato fetishes via an epic and mildly violent RT Editor showdown — thirty feet above the ground.

And of course, after hours of debate and $30 worth of Werther’s Originals, we’ll announce the winners of our official T-shirts. Last week’s friendly Review Revue competition yielded political mudslinging, freestyle raps, and flattering stories about your RT fandom by our beloved viewers. Congratulations to the winners and a big thank you to everyone who participated!

So how do a simple article and adjective (big ups to School House Rock), five years, and a different cast and crew separate this weekend’s The Incredible Hulk from 2003’s Ang Lee-directed Hulk? Does Shyamalan’s spontaneous suicide thriller sit well with critics when stacked up against his previous films? And to kick off your weekend, find out what happens when our “Most Athletic” editor Jen Yamato takes on former nose tackle Matt Atchity in a limited mobility showdown after their transformations into Tomato Hulks.

Tune in next week as we explore Mike Myers’ sensual side in The Love Guru and take in Steve Carell’s secret agent man in Get Smart!

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