Ambitious and thoughtful attempt at doing "something different" with the superhero genre doesn't quite come off like it should thanks to overlength and a slew of bad dialogue. Ang Lee's energetic direction helps hold interest as well as offsetting the dour mood. (Admittedly, though, this isn't an X-Men
type scenario -- dour is pretty much the only way to go. I mean, the main character's superpower is to get big, brainless and destructive when he gets pissed. That's not a superpower, that's a curse). Still, the screenplay is more crap than anything, with an especially insulting sequel-ready coda (doubly so because, if I understand the ending correctly, there's no damn way there should be any
room for a sequel). Has its moments, though (the scene with the misfired grenade launcher is pretty funny).