HULK BRINGING YOU EBOOKS AND UPDATES!

January 17, 2013

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HEY ALL!

SO HULK HAS A LITTLE ANNOUNCEMENT ON THE THINGS HULK HAS BEEN UP TO AND WHAT IS UP WITH THE BOND ARTICLE AND SOME EBOOKS COMING IN THE FUTURE :)

http://badassdigest.com/2013/01/17/hulk-bringing-you-ebooks-and-updates/

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10 Responses to “HULK BRINGING YOU EBOOKS AND UPDATES!”

  1. Rubi-kun said

    Excited for the book!

    On a semi-related note, I know you’ve been busy with a lot of stuff, but did you have the time to read my email about the issues I’ve been having with screenwriting in school?

  2. Timmy said

    Hey Hulkie,

    What did ya think of Argo? Haven’t seen you comment on that film yet. I really liked it, but I do not understand why people are calling it some kind of otherwordly master-piece.

    Is it something to do with the technical aspect of the film? Because I really do not get it.

    If it helps (and I suspect it might), I am not American.

    • FILMCRITHULK said

      HAVEN’T SEEN IT YET!

      SHORT VERSION OF WHY HULK THINKS THAT IS THE CASE THOUGH: IT’S THE KIND OF MOVIE (ADULT-ORIENTED, SMART, R-RATED, NON-GENRE) THAT WE USED TO MAKE A TON OF, BUT NEVER MAKE ANYMORE.

      MEANING IT’S VALUE IS THAT IT IS MORE OF A RARITY THESE DAYS, THAT’S ALL. EVERYONE IS TRYING TO BE SPIELBERG OR NOLAN OR SOMETHING.

      AFFLECK WANTS TO BE SIDNEY LUMET.

      • Timmy said

        I see. Makes a lot more sense now.

        I did still like it VERY much. But the one thing that deters me from saying I loved it is that the “characters” all felt a tad underdeveloped (I know, I know. It’s based on a real event but I couldn’t help it being a factor in my enjoyment).

        My fav of the year was Django Unchained though. LOVED that film. :D

      • FILMCRITHULK said

        WELL SOMETIMES MAKING A FILM IS A NEGOTIATION. SOMETIMES, IN ORDER TO KEEP A CERTAIN LEVEL OF TENSION AND PROPULSION, YOU HAVE TO SKIM ON CHARACTERIZATION. IDEALLY, YOU WANT TO BE ABLE TO BOTH. BUT SOMETIMES YOU HAVE TO SACRIFICE ONE ARENA TO EXCEL AT ANOTHER! MOVIES! THEY’RE A NEGOTIATION!

      • JhanduBam said

        @Hulk

        Well, don’t you claim to know a lot about the film without ever even having seen it…

        smh

      • FILMCRITHULK said

        HEY SMH – HULK WASN’T CLAIMING ANYTHING ABOUT THE MOVIE. IT WAS ENGAGEMENT IN A HYPOTHETICAL IDEA ABOUT THE NEGOTIATION OF MOVIES AND THE EARLIER PART WAS ABOUT THE DIALOGUE CENTERED AROUND THE MOVIE AND AFFLECK’S PAST WORK AND STATEMENTS. HULK WASN’T CLAIMING TO “KNOW” ANYTHING OR MAKE ANY KIND OF JUDGMENTAL STATEMENT, YA KNOW?

      • JhanduBam said

        “… adult-oriented, SMART, r-rated, NON-GENRE…”

        “… IN ORDER TO KEEP A CERTAIN LEVEL OF TENSION AND PROPULSION, you have to skim characterization…. sometimes you have to sacrifice one area to EXCEL at another”

        you don’t know if it’s smart, you haven’t seen it. you don’t know if it excels at anything, you haven’t seen it. you don’t know if it doesn’t squarely fit into a specific genre, you haven’t seen it.

        “ENGAGEMENT IN A HYPOTHETICAL IDEA” (nice try)
        i.e. talking out of your ***, based on flimsy evidence.

        Hence, “you claim to know a lot about the film without ever even having seen it…”

      • JhanduBam said

        By the way, I actually loved the film. But you seriously are just BS-ing.

        And you do it often too.

        You claim to not hate any films (as learnt from Tarantino), yet you clearly express disdain for Bay’s Transformers. I hate Bay’s Transformers too, but I’m not the one claiming to ‘enjoy everything for what it is’. You expressed a certain level of disdain for Green Lantern and The Amazing Spider-Man too.

        You criticize the three-act structure. Then you promote this five-act structure that is essentially the full version of the three-act structure.

        You give a contrived psychoanalysis of Batman fans to explain why Batman’s so famous. But that analysis collapses into itself due to the fact that there are thousands of characters out there which fulfill that same criteria that “made Batman famous”, but they never attain anywhere near the level of popularity that Batman’s achieved. And you conveniently ignore the simpler, yet truer, explanation that Batman’s just had better stories written about him than almost any other superhero. Just compare Scott Snyder’s Batman to almost any other comic out there right now (the gap between Batman’s comic and most others in characterization, suspense, action, and even humor is so palpable, it isn’t even funny).

        And so on…

        You are a clever little guy. There’s no denying that. But you are also a serial BS-er.

        (Word of advice [though, I'm assuming that you'll probably ignore this] – from what I gather about you from your writings, you sometimes deliberately ignore the simple-but-true answers to go on an extensive, contrived journey to find a cleverer-sounding answer to satisfy you sense of intellectualism. This extensive, contrived journey is pretty much when you stack up on the BS to justify what you’re saying.)

  3. Joe said

    Any updates on the ebooks? Your screenwriting post might be my favorite piece of online writing in years. I’m chomping at the bit for this.

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