Planet Hulk

Planet Hulk

When the Hulk becomes too dangerous for the Earth, the Illuminati trick Hulk into a shuttle and launch him into space to a planet where the Hulk can live in peace. Unfortunately, the Hulk's struggle to escape makes a malfunction in the shuttle causing Hulk to land on the planet Sakaar where he is sold into slavery and trained as a gladiator.

Big, green and angry, strongman Hulk (Rick D. Wasserman) is a passenger on a space shuttle that crash-lands on the planet Sakaar where a tyrant, the ruler, forces him to fight in a coliseum against other powerful creatures. The Hulk reluctantly befriends the combatants on his team. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Andy L (br) wrote: A satire on bad horror films in which a film maker makes bad horror films. Unfortunately, this ends up just being a bad horror film. You surely have to question a film which is billed as featuring numerous cult horror actors and famous porn stars. Yet features very little horror and absolutely no porn.

Ashley H (fr) wrote: Centurion is a disappointing film. It is about a splinter group of Roman soldiers who fight for their lives behind enemy lines after their legion is decimated in a devastating guerrilla attack. Michael Fassbender and Dominic West give horrible performances. The script is badly written. Neil Marshall did a terrible directing this movie. I was not impressed with this motion picture.

Michael T (us) wrote: Quietly absorbing road film is ultimately heartbreaking.

Ross T (jp) wrote: There is no possible way any agency no matter how special would send someone who just finished training on a big mission like this! Get a clue hollywood!

Collin P (br) wrote: Now I was entertained watching this movie. But did I think it was good? Definitely not. This movie is terrible. It has corny lines, corny kills, and really could've benefitted from having more of a story and a grittier tone to it. It felt like I was watching a horror-comedy the whole time. That's not how I wanted to feel watching the Headless Horseman in a movie. Bottom line is, it's just not a great movie!

Darryl K (br) wrote: Whether you know about Klaus Kinski or not, this intimate portrait of a friend by the master of documentary filmmakers is interesting, to say the least. Recalling his many personal stories on set with Kinski, Herzog displays the actor with all his eccentricities. Through footage on set of the actor having meltdowns about everything from bad food to personnel, this is a very frank look at the man. This is an excellent look into the world of the type of actor everyone has heard about, but maybe never seen -- the prima donna.

Henri L (au) wrote: My first experience with Bel? Tarr and it was a dark and not very uplifting ride - one that left me completely breathless... but indeed in a good way. The storytelling is compareable to the likes of Carlos Reygadas and also Roy Andersson in some ways: The camera is slow, the movements very spare, the editing almost non-existing except in between scenes. Existentialistic, it is not as strong as neither Reygadas or Andersson, but it still mess with your mind and keep you lusting for more of those beautiful pictures. Not one minute too long. Indeed a wonderful work of art.

Clayton J (fr) wrote: Interesting look at a British private school during the early years of a traitor's life. While the movie seemed slow at points, the architecture made up for anything borng.

Greg T (mx) wrote: Intense, exciting, well-acted and scary, Dracula is a great looking piece of storytelling that offers a great slice of horror based on the classic tale.

Benedikt F (us) wrote: Very enjoyable film about two very relaxed old guys. Hope I am that cool when I get that age.

bill s (au) wrote: Good looking.......nothing else going for it,not one damn thing.