Movie: Hulk (2003)
Ang Lee's divisive 2003 version of Marvel Comics' Hulk story is a truly strange film. It's a superhero movie featuring showy visual effects that, in essence, is an art-house drama with very little action. Fans of the comic books, no doubt looking to see Hulk smash everything in sight and be a total badass, wouldn't have been so angry with Lee's picture if the green giant looked remotely lifelike, or even cool. However, the effects—a glaring example of CGI in its most unrealistic state—are bad enough to leave audiences preferring the film's exceedingly emo presentation of David Banner's (Eric Bana) unhappiness.