I watched the movie on Saturday after giving up trying to convince my buddies to watch the Happening. This was right after we had seen a couple of Euro 2008 matches and we were all a little toasted Anyhoo, the movie deviates significantly from the first in terms of how he became who he did, how the people in his life were involved and so forth. We also see cameos from Lou Ferigno and Stan Lee, and Lou is also the voice of the Hulk. The movie deep-dives right in with some interesting though mostly pointless scenes in a foreign country. There are some chases and the Hulk is seen in various guises and so forth. Suffice to say the plot is thin at best. Does this matter though? Fortunately not. There is enough mayhem and commotion and lots of pretty explosions to keep us going and that helps in moving out mind from a story-driven movie to us watching Ed Norton turn green and blow stuff up. The antagonist is built-up with little subetelity and the overall character development for Liv Tyler's character is ridiculously laughable at best. She is completely wasted in her role. Sorry for the sketchy reporting on this review, it's just that there really isn't much to talk about. Compared to Iron Man, which was fun, witty and full of great moments and development and the like, this movie is a lot more empty BUT a lot of brilliant touches like the backpack, the wistful theme music and flashes of clips from old series involving the original David Banner definitely come into play. 3.5/5 OSNN stars. No classic but it'll keep you moving along on an adrenaline rush.