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Overall C+

Bruce Banner (Edward Norton) doesn't just get angry --he turns into The Incredible Hulk! It's a mood disorder he would like to get rid of so he can stop running from General Thunderbolt Ross (William Hurt) of the U.S. military and start concentrating on his relationship with Betty Ross (Liv Tyler). However, the search for a cure gets put on hold when another gamma-radiation created monster called The Abomination (Tim Roth) hits the town and Bruce's inner green demon is needed to battle the brute.

Violence D+
Sexual Content C+
Profanity C
Substance Use C+

MPAA Rating: PG-13 The MPAA has rated The Incredible Hulk PG-13 for sequences of intense action violence, some frightening sci-fi images, and brief suggestive content.

Talk to your kids about…

The Incredible Hulk

How does General Ross’s desire to develop the ultimate soldier impact his judgment? What is Blonsky’s motivation for wanting to be a super warrior? If an army develops new weaponry, should they also be prepared to fight their own technology?

Do most, if not all, individuals have personality traits that need to be controlled? Do you think self-discipline is an important quality to develop? How does Banner deal with his emotional rages?