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Comments about the soundtrack for The Hulk (Danny Elfman)

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Re: Danny Elfman's music for scenes when the Hulk busts through his clothing... naked?
• Posted by: John
• Date: Thursday, June 12, 2003, at 7:10 p.m.
• IP Address: dialup-209.244.74.15.dial1.losangeles1.level3.net
• In Response to: Danny Elfman's music for scenes when the Hulk ... (Da Basilisk)

> Another question I have is about the Hulk's body. Why is it that the Hulk,
> when he rips through his clothes, always has a piece of clothing around
> his still tiny waist. Shouldn't every part of the Hulk get huge when he
> is angry? That would be logical. But then he would be completely naked.
> No problem there. He would have a huge, green penis, and people in San
> Francisco are probably used to seeing that sort of thing. If they wanted
> to make it realistic, the Hulk would be running through the city with a
> enormous green cock swinging around while he uses his other limbs to
> destroy and maim.

"...enormous green cock..."? Why are there so many weird people at Filmtracks.com?




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