Marvel's Hulk: Where Monsters Dwell | Full Movie
Marvel's Hulk: Where Monsters Dwell
- 1h 15m
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This Hallow's eve, Nightmare is bent on conquering our waking world by crossing through the Dream Dimension, and converting each dreamer into a monster! Can Dr. Strange, Hulk, and the Howling Commandoes hold the line and put an end to his nefarious scheme?
Fred Tatasciore, Fred Tatasciore, Liam O'Brien, Jesse Burch, Jesse Burch, Edward Bosco, Edward Bosco, Edward Bosco, Chiara Zanni, Chiara Zanni, Chiara Zanni, Mike Vaughn, Jon Olson, Jon Olson, Jon Olson, Jon Olson, Matthew Waterson, Michael Robles, Laura Bailey, Laura Bailey, Laura Bailey, Hope Levy, Hope Levy, Hope Levy, Zach Callison, Zach Callison
© 2016 Marvel
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Common Sense Says
Cartoon violence and demonic imagery in subpar feature.
What Parents Need to Know
Parents need to know that Marvel's Hulk: Where Monsters Dwell is a 2016 animated feature in which The Incredible Hulk and Dr. Strange team up with some scary-looking good guys to do battle with scary-looking bad guys determined to unleash a nightmarish dream reality on Earth. The cartoon violence and demonic imagery is constant and unrelenting -- often this movie feels like nothing more than one violent and/or demonic image after the other. There's some verbal bullying -- a group of tweens peer pressure a tween boy into ringing the doorbell of a haunted-looking house on Halloween. While fans of these characters and fans of superhero cartoons might enjoy this, kids and parents who aren't already fans of these superheroes will be turned off by the nightmarish imagery, the needlessly confusing storyline, and cheesy dialogue.
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- Genre:Kids, Family, Animation
- Release Date:October 21, 2016
- Highest Available for Purchase:HD