In minute one hundred three of The Incredible Hulk, Kyle and Rob find out what the Hulk’s final word is as they reminisce a little more with a call back to the 70’s television show. Our hero makes a beautiful, if not miraculous, escape into the light. Then we’re confounded by Betty forgetting how technology works. Why? Because there’s another deleted scene!

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In minute one hundred two of The Incredible Hulk, Kyle and Rob get frustrated over crowds and their attraction to danger in this movie. There’s just odd stuff going on as Hulk finishes off the villain. And we’re left with a single question. Does HBO Max pay for the Leterrier or Norton cut? You decide!

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Pixar’s got a new thing with ‘Luca’. ‘Mulan’ drops to D+ next month. Wait, didn’t they say they weren’t going to make more Star Wars films? Oh, right. Netflix does Walmart. Plus, the gang recasts ‘Clue’, trailers, and a list of movies about Christmas crime!

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In minute one hundred one of The Incredible Hulk, Kyle and Rob confess their two big errors. Oh wait, did we say TWO errors? Yeah. Thinking this action sequence took place on a roof isn’t the only proof we’re goofballs. Apologies to Rhythm & Hues Studios and kudos to Matt Shumway and the entire team who worked on this film! In the middle there’s a really good analysis of the end of the Hulk and Abomination fight.

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In minute one hundred of The Incredible Hulk, Kyle and Rob celebrate this centennial episode with a journey down memory lane of 80’s television. All leading up to the delivery of the Hulk’s most iconic words. And yes, we know. It’s NOT THE ROOF of the building. We know that now. We recognize our own foolishness in due time. In due time.

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In minute ninety-nine of The Incredible Hulk, Kyle and Rob channel their silliest, most inappropriate humor in a slugfest with plenty of innuendo. Prepare yourself, because we do it while playing Family Feud. We salvage that with a deep dive on the Hulk’s thunderclap and well-earned kudos for some amazing fire effects. Don’t get too comfortable though. We’ll get to Abomination’s codpiece before we’re done. Clap on! Clap off!

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Coming back just a few short years later, Ice Cube sets his third film in the Friday franchise at Christmastime. It’s a fun shift in the franchise, which also shifts locations yet again to a low-end strip mall where Craig and his cousin Day-Day work as security guards. Cube is yet again tackling the script by himself and bringing on a first-time filmmaker to bring the film to life, this time through music video director Marcus Raboy. Join us as we wrap up our Friday franchise series with Raboy’s 2002 film Friday After Next.

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In minute ninety-eight of The Incredible Hulk, Kyle and Rob get distracted by weird facial expressions and the Abomination exhibiting the personality of a six-year-old prankster. We squeeze in a Little Rascals reference and need help in captioning the Hulk’s confusing faces. Plus there’s a treasure hunt that’s more hunt than treasure. It’s not all inexplicable. There are still props to give!

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In minute ninety-seven of The Incredible Hulk, Kyle and Rob dive into a candidly honest discussion about crash effects. And we’re going to straight up tell you there is a huge error in our discussion. We are fools and we know it. Save your outrage until you hear us realize it in a future minute. In the meantime, you’ve got Wizard of Oz references and you’ll learn there are things you can do without murdering three homeless people.

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In minute ninety-six of The Incredible Hulk, Kyle and Rob are frustrated by the lack of marksmanship of one critical helicopter gunner. And also the lack of general physics. Hey, we haven’t forgotten this is a comic book movie that apparently has Wizard of Oz references. That’s news to us, too!

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