Seen at the Movies: I wanted to like The Hulk more than I did. After the sublime Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon, anything seemed possible for director Ang Lee, including making something serious and psychologically complex out of the Marvel Comics character best known for inspiring a cheesy 1970s TV series. And at times, he succeeds. The film is grandly designed with more split-screen effects than have possibly ever been used in a movie; these multiple panels of information, which of course ...

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