This is the first time I ever remember getting asleep in front of a movie when it came out... many years later, when I saw it again, I was floored. The movie is a nice psychological study of family relationships, all within the borders of a massive comic book adaptation.
Eric Bana was just incredible as Bruce Banner, and his features were put to good use once he became the Hulk (something the "Incredible" sequel forgot to do, which greatly hurt the movie, but I digress). The special effects were very well made at the time, but this being 2014, they aged and by no small amount. Nevertheless, the story and plot advances at a nice enough pace, and the editing makes it its mission for us to know it's from a comic book source with angles and panels tilting up and down the screen, left to right, pans, and many other devices that defy the imagination and give the film a rythm of its own.
Special features are a bit more in number compared to the Blu-ray, so if you're idea is to buy the BD, better keep this as there seems to be several featurettes missing in transfer.
If you are easily put out by new things, then maybe give Hulk a rent, but completists and the more adventurous cinephiles may want to blind buy this.