This is "Kid HULK", a film from 4 years ago and it is basically exactly what the title says. A little girl gets bullied at a playground and a boy comes to help her. He is little Bruce Banner and transforms into HULK quickly, to kick the bullies' asses. There are several problems with this film though. One would be that there is really nothing truly creative or unique about it. It features the story of HULK and that's it. Nothing that Travis Cluff and Chris Lofing added to give this film a personal note. Another problem is the child actors' range. They are all pretty bad I have to say and I cannot see for any of these a career in the industry unless they really improve over the years. For example, the girl's only action in here was standing there with her mouth wide open. Not enough. And there is another crucial flaw in this film. Banner transforms every time when he gets angry, but that boy did not look upset at all. He looked all the time like he couldn't care less to be honest. It's partly the actor's fault, but with kids so young in the lead roles, the directors just have to instruct them more to make this an acceptable film. I don't think this film can be called acceptable really. An underwhelming effort and the only reason it's kinda popular these days is because the director duo has "The Gallows" in cinemas right now, which seems to be a sleeper hit this summer. But even this film does not get good reviews at all. Anyway, "Kid HULK" runs only for 3.5 minutes, but even at this short duration I think it's a waste of time.
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