The Incredible Hulk is, in many ways, the forgotten Marvel film.Though elements are occasionally referenced, it sits just a bit outside the Marvel Cinematic Universe, in large part because Ed Norton’s Bruce Banner doesn’t feel of a piece with Mark Ruffalo’s. Regardless, it’s a perfectly decent superhero movie in its own right, and the kind of thing that would probably sit higher in our estimation if it hadn’t been swamped by a decade’s worth of flashier movies. The rendering of the Hulk is, unsurprisingly, an improvement on the version from the 2003 Ang Lee movie, but the villain, the Abomination, is deeply unconvincing. As a result, the battles look very much like video game cutscenes.

Where to stream: Digital rental