Movie Narrative: Planet Hulk (2010)

The captivation of moving pictures is a source of tremendous inspiration.  For this reason and many more, RB28’s Movie Narratives, continues showing its love for movies with another movie narrative.  This week, Planet Hulk (2010), will be converted into a narrative and subsequently highlighted.  It is implied that the blog reader reads the movie narrative, and then, he or she watches the movie.  The effort is to give the blog reader, an enhanced experience.  RB28’s Movie Narratives, ends this movie narrative of Planet Hulk (2010), with some Hollywood facts. 
            Planet Hulk (2010) is rated PG-13.  Furthermore, it is 1 hour and 21 minutes long.  This movie is categorized under the animation, action and adventure genre.  The official release date is February 2nd, 2010.  The release date is for the Country of the United States of America.  Additionally, this movie is a direct to video release.  The director was Sam Liu.  The writers were Greg Pak, Carlo Pagulayan, Greg Johnson, Craig Kyle, Joshua Fine, Stan Lee, Jack Kirby, Walter Simonson, Larry Lieber and Don Heck.  The officially recognized stars of Planet Hulk (2010); were Rick D. Wasserman, Lisa Ann Beley and Mark Hildreth.  The list of the 15 most important cast members is as follows:
  • Rick D. Wasserman (Hulk).
  • Lisa Ann Beley (Caiera).
  • Mark Hildreth (Red King).
  • Liam O’Brien (Hiroim).
  • Kevin Michael Richardson (Korg).
  • Sam Vincent (Miek).
  • Advah Soudack (Elloe Kaifi).
  • Michael Kopsa (Lavin Skee).
  • Paul Dobson (Beta Ray Bill).
  • Marc Worden (Iron Man).
  • Lee Tockar (Android).
  • Russell Roberts (Primus Vand).
  • Donald Adams (Governor Churik).
  • Doug Abrahams (Voice).
  • David Kaye (Voice).

            The synopsis follows.  Planet Hulk (2010) is an animation adventure story, out of the Planet Sakaar.  The Hulk wakes up onboard a space ship, which belongs to S.H.I.E.L.D.  Iron Man appears to deliver a message, as a hologram, to The Hulk.  The Hulk is considered to be a force of destruction, and, the powers that be at S.H.I.E.L.D. have decided to expel him.  The Hulk is on route, to a distant planet.  Furthermore, S.H.I.E.L.D. believes that, the distant planet will be perfect for The Hulk.  The planet is believed to have a lot of vegetation and game, without, intelligent life.  The Hulk manages to free himself, and, he destroys the space ship.  The space ship starts to crash land, on the Planet Sakaar.  On the surface of the planet, a priest from the Shadow Priesthood prays to the Divine Creator.  The prayer is a request for Sakaar, the warrior savior.  The warrior savior, is also known as, the Sakaarson.  The priest ends the prayer, and, he watches the space ship crash land.  Almost immediately, after having crash landed; the space ship is approached by native beings.  The native beings, are similar to grasshoppers, with 6 arms and legs.  As soon as they arrive, The Hulk and the native beings, become engaged in a hand to hand battle.  At the same time, another native being approaches.  This native being, is a human being.  Additionally, the native human being, is a member of the Imperial Army.  Furthermore, he also represents, The Lord Emperor of Sakaar.  The native human being defuses the situation, and, he takes The Hulk prisoner.  The Hulk wakes up onboard, an imperial transport.  He is also informed by the other occupants that, he has been sold as a slave.  The slaves are on route, to fight in gladiator games, at the coliseum.  Somehow, the group of slaves manages to win the first battle.  After the first battle, everyone starts to talk about the possibility that, The Hulk is the Sakaarson.  The Hulk continues to fight in gladiator games, and, the possibility that he is the Sakaarson; becomes his destiny.  Director, Sam Liu, does a good job.  The action is linear, and, all of the information is appropriately presented.  The viewer is able to follow the story from the beginning, all the way to the end.  Unfortunately, the writers do not do a good job.  The story doesn’t feel, authentic and original.  The officially recognized stars contribute tremendously.  They would be missed, if they were not chosen.  Overall, Planet Hulk (2010) earns the rating of 7 out of 10.
            The movie narrative of, Planet Hulk (2010), is as follows.  The Hulk wakes up onboard a space ship, which belongs to S.H.I.E.L.D.  Iron Man appears as a hologram.  Furthermore, he delivers a message to The Hulk.  Iron Man tells The Hulk that, he is a force of destruction.  The scene changes, and, a priest from the Shadow Priesthood is praying to the Divine Creator.  Furthermore, the prayer is a request for Sakaar; a warrior savior.  The scene changes, and, The Hulk is on the space ship.  Additionally, Iron Man continues delivering his message.  The scene changes, and, the priest continues praying for Sakaar.  The scene changes, and, Iron Man tells The Hulk that he is being expelled; to a distant planet.  The Hulk frees himself, and, the scene changes.  The priest from the Shadow Priesthood, continues, praying for Sakaar.  The scene changes, and, Iron Man continues telling The Hulk; about the distant planet.  The planet, is believed to have a lot of vegetation and game.  Furthermore, S.H.I.E.L.D. doesn’t believe that, it has intelligent life.  The Hulk completely frees himself, and, he destroys the space ship.  The space ship begins to crash down, on the distant planet.  Iron Man’s message ends, and, the scene changes.  The priest continues praying for Sakaar, also known as, the Sakaarson.  The priest from the Shadow Priesthood ends the prayer, and, he watches the space ship crash land.  The Hulk exits the crashed space ship.  Almost immediately, an army of native beings approaches the crashed space ship.  The native beings are similar to grasshoppers, with 6 arms and legs.  As soon as they arrive, a hand to hand battle starts.  The Hulk fights dozens of the native beings.  A being that looks like a human being, also approaches.  The native human being shoots a circular, or disk, device into The Hulk.  It results that, the native human being is a member of the Imperial Army.  Furthermore, he represents The Lord Emperor of Sakaar.  Incidentally, Sakaar is also the name of the planet.  Additionally, he defuses the situation, and, he takes The Hulk prisoner.  The Hulk wakes up in captivity.  He wakes up and sees, Miek and Korg.  Miek is a native grasshopper being.  Meanwhile, Korg is a giant being made from rock.  Laven informs The Hulk that, he is inside of an imperial transport.  Furthermore, that he has been sold, as a slave.  Laven is also a slave, and, a native human being.  Additionally, he informs the group of slaves that, they are going to fight as gladiators; in the coliseum this day.  Laven attempts to implement a strategy.  Hiroim, a native human being, is also a slave.  Elloe is another slave, and, she is a woman native human being.  The group of slaves, starts to argue amongst themselves.  The group arrives, at the coliseum.  The transporter leaves the group of slaves, on the coliseum floor.  The Kronans are released, and, the battle is about to begin.  The Kronans, are the same being as Korg.  Korg believes that, he sees a Kronan named Margus.  Korg approaches, the Kronans, saying Margus.  However, the Kronans start the battle.  The Hulk leaves the group, and, he doesn’t participate/fight in the battle.  The battle is not over and The Hulk, Hiroim, Elloe, Korg, a robot and Miek are the members of the group of slaves that; have not been killed.  Korg starts to fight the Kronans, by himself.  It appears as if, Korg has killed all of the Kronans.  The Red King watches the battle, but, he is not impressed.  The Red King, is the ruler of the planet.  The Hulk notices the Red King, and, he becomes angry.  The battle is not over, and, The Great Devil Corker is unleashed.  Immediately, The Great Devil Corker kills the robot.  The Hulk becomes angry, and, he fights in the battle.  Furthermore, The Hulk kills The Great Devil Corker, with one super powerful punch.  The Hulk jumps towards the Red King, in an attempt, to kill him.  However, a powerful body guard throws him back down, to the coliseum floor.  The body guard is named, Caiera.  The Red King puts on a combat suit, and, he jumps onto the coliseum floor.  The Red King fights The Hulk, in a battle.  Caiera steps in, to fight The Hulk.  The Red King ends Caiera’s fight/battle, by shooting a weapon that is part of his battle suit.  The Hulk is shot down, however, he is allowed to live.  The gladiator games end, and, the group of slaves continues to be held in captivity.  The Hulk, Hiroim, Elloe and Miek are the members of the group of slaves that; remain alive.  Additionally, the group holds a ceremony for Laven.  Hiroim tells the group, about his life, before becoming a slave.  Hiroim was a priest in the Shadow Priesthood.  However, he was expelled because he didn’t believe, what the others believed.  Elloe and Hiroim talk about the possibility that, The Hulk, is the Sakaarson.  Hiroim rejects the idea, because, he believes The Hulk is selfish.  Korg identifies himself to the group, as Korg of Krona.  Korg tells the group, the story of the Kronans.  Apparently, the Kronans discovered the Planet Earth.  They landed on the planet, in order, to take what they wanted.  The Kronans captured Thor; the Prince of Asgard.  Furthermore, Thor fought in a hand to hand battle, against the Kronans.  Interestingly, the Kronans could not defeat Thor.  So instead, they unleashed a super weapon on Thor.  The super weapon knocks out, Thor.  Fortunately, a warrior of Asgard appears to rescue Thor.  Both Thor and the warrior, fight the super weapon.  The Kronans flee, the Planet Earth.  However, the warrior of Asgard chases after them.  The space ship of the Kronans, crash lands on the Planet Sakaar.  Korg finishes telling the group, his true story.  Elloe starts to tell the group, her true story.  Elloe is part of The Resistance, which is opposed to the Red King.  Furthermore, she is the daughter of Governor Ronan Kaifi.  The scene changes, and, the coliseum is full of people chanting; Sakaarson.  The group of slaves is in the tunnel, awaiting the beginning of the battle.  Hiroim tells The Hulk that if, they win the next 2 battles; the group of slaves will earn its freedom.  Additionally, Hiroim asks The Hulk to fight for the freedom.  The Wildebots are unleashed, and, the battle begins.  The Hulk fights in this battle.  The group of slaves, wins the battle.  Furthermore, no one died fighting the Wildebots.  The Red King extends the battle.  He does this by sending in, the King of the Wildebots.  The King of the Wildebots, is also known as, the Eggbreaker.  The Hulk is eaten by the Eggbreaker.  However, The Hulk destroys the Eggbreaker, from the inside.  The group of slaves wins the battle.  The Red King is not happy.  Caiera travels to see The Hulk, whilst, he is being held captive.  Caiera talks to The Hulk, alone.  Furthermore, Caiera tells The Hulk her story.  Caiera was in her village, when the Spikes arrived.  Additionally, she was thirteen years old.  The Spikes infected the village people.  The infected people became Spikes, themselves.  Caiera was protected from the infection.  In order to survive, Caiera was forced to kill the recently transformed village people.  At the last minute; the Red Prince arrives, and, he saves Caiera’s life.  Caiera finishes telling the group, her story.  Furthermore, she tells The Hulk that, The Resistance will execute an attack.  This attack, is so that, Elloe can escape.  Caiera tells The Hulk to escape with Elloe, and, everything will happen successfully for The Resistance.  Additionally, The Hulk is instructed to go beyond the mountains.  The Hulk rejects the idea, and, he returns to captivity.  Miek gives The Hulk, the eye of the Eggbreaker.  Miek believes that, it fulfills the prophecy of Sakaarson.  The Resistance arrives, to rescue Elloe.  The Hulk grudgingly tells the group that, it is a trap.  The group of slaves starts to argue, amongst, themselves.  Elloe leaves with The Resistance.  It appears as if, Elloe’s escape fails.  At the coliseum, the group of slaves awaits the third battle.  The group of slaves wins their freedom, if they win the third battle.  The opponent is the warrior of Asgard, who followed the Kronans, to the Planet Sakaar.  During the battle, the warrior of Asgard tells The Hulk that, he knows who he is.  The Hulk brutally beats, the warrior of Asgard.  Furthermore, he beats him to a bloody pulp.  Korg stops the beating.  The group of slaves, is declared the winner.  The Red King goes down to the floor of the coliseum.  The Red King asks the group of slaves, to kill Elloe.  Elloe is declared to be a traitor.  The Hulk refuses, and, the group follows.  The Red King punishes the group of slaves, because, they are rebel and traitor sympathizers.  Unexpectedly, the warrior of Asgard is alive.  Furthermore; he uses his powers, and, he helps the group of slaves.  The warrior of Asgard makes a hole in the coliseum, so that, the slaves can escape.  The warrior of Asgard tells The Hulk that, he can take him back to the Planet Earth.  The Hulk refuses the offer.  The warrior of Asgard flies into the sky, in order, to return to the Planet Earth.  Some slaves run and escape, whilst, others fight the imperial soldiers.  During the chaos, The Hulk almost kills the Red King.  Unexpectedly, the group of slaves, with Elloe, is outside the coliseum.  The Hulk decides to leave, in one direction, by himself.  The group, grudgingly, leaves in another direction.  At his palace, the Red King orders The Hulk killed.  The group of slaves, without The Hulk, arrives at their destination.  The Governor, of the area, receives the group.  At the same time, The Hulk jumps and pounces, through, a mountainous desert.  The Hulk is by himself, when unexpectedly, Caiera appears.  The scene changes, and, Miek is woken up by other beings; which are similar to him.  Miek is informed that, the Governor has betrayed the group.  The Governor communicates with, the Red King.  The Governor tells the Red King that, he has the group without The Hulk.  The Red King, orders the group killed.  Miek steps forward and fights the Governor, in hand to hand combat.  Miek loses an arm, but, he is able to kill the Governor.  The scene changes, and, Caiera starts a fight/battle against The Hulk.  From this point forward; the series of events, take the viewer, to the end.  Finally; you have to watch, in order to know, how this movie ends.
            The movie narrative of the feature film, Planet Hulk (2010), ends with some Hollywood facts.  The country of origin is the United States of America.  The official language is English.  There are other notable release dates.  The other notable release dates are:  UK, February 15, 2010; Russia, June 21, 2011; Germany, October 17, 2011 and Japan, August 8, 2012.  Unfortunately, there is no box office data that is available, for this feature film.  The production companies are Lionsgate, Marvel Animation, MLG Productions 8 and The Walt Disney Company.  There are several distributors, for this particular movie.  Some of the distributors include the following; Blue Sky Media (Hungary), Flagman-Trade (Russia), King Records (Japan) and Lionsgate Home Entertainment (U.S.A.).
            To end and as always, RB28’s Movie Narratives, encourages you to continue reading the posted movie narratives.  The aforementioned blog strives to provide basic information, so that it, becomes inspiration.  Movies are a great pleasure to RB28’s Movie Narratives, and, the blog’s author hopes that they are for you as well.  For this week, and in conclusion, the feature film was Planet Hulk (2010).  RB28’s Movie Narratives looks forward to seeing you next week, when another movie will be highlighted.


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