The Hulk

Movie review by Nell Minow, Common Sense Media
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Common Sense says

age 13+

The Hulk lacks personality; not a great movie.

PG-13 2003 138 minutes

Parents say

age 12+

Based on 17 reviews

Kids say

age 11+

Based on 39 reviews

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age 13+

Surprise at language

I was surprise they said no language and Sam Elliot let's out a G#[email protected]#$m. This is offensive to me and my family.
age 12+

Boring, but fine for the teenagers obsessed with Marvel

Not a good movie, except for seeing Nick Nolte in his full glory. I mean come on, that's the real win here for humanity, basically Nolte playing himself on screen... very entertaining. OK, that aside, again... not a good movie, but language is not nearly as bad as most movies teens want to watch in 2020, and there is no sex neither sexual content. Yes, there is an exposed male backside for a few seconds, but it is in no way sexual. There's hardly even romance, let alone inappropriate content. Very violent, no real redeeming messages to speak of... Oh and there's no real plot either, but hey... we covered that right? I think I may prefer to share with my kids the old Hulk TV shows instead of this, more entertaining... Just remember... Nick Nolte. Totally worth it, unless you can watch any other movie, then you should do that...

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