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In article <ovvbll$elt$>, hector<> 

> On 2/12/2017 1:39 AM, Michael OConnor wrote:

> > I know the special effects weren't in the same ballpark, but I still 
> > preferred the 70's TV version of the Incredible Hulk to either of the Hulk 
> > movies. I think the TV show was able to convey the story of a man on the 
> > run with a one of a kind problem, who had a big heart and went out of his 
> > way to help people and it always got him in trouble. Another thing I find 
> > interesting today that I was too young to realize back then is that it was 
> > set against the backdrop of the Carter recession and dealt with a transient 
> > man who was constantly trying to find menial work in America and barely 
> > getting by and he was working different low-level jobs every week.

> I've come to the realization that movies are actually better if real 
> presence of special effects takes precedence over fake cgi ones, I mean 
> like having people in suits or something. It's true.

Yeah, a guy in a Hulk suit would make THE AVENGERS so much better. That 
wouldn't be ridiculously lame or anything.