Maybe the James Bond movies aren't high art, but they're a large enough part of the pop-culture canon to have inspired some great criticism. Likewise, maybe you don't immediately think of the Hulk as a source for Ebertesque film essays — and yet, Film Crit Hulk is midway through publishing a gargantuan, 25-part, four-day, 72,000-plus-word, all-caps examination of the Bond films. The sheer amount of text, published at Badass Digest, is intimidating to behold, but don't be turned away; there are some lovely musings on the movies. Here's Hulk on the tonal shift at the end of Dr. No: "THEY'VE TAKEN YOU OUT OF BLINDING DARKNESS AND PLUNGED YOU INTO DAYLIGHT."
72,000 words on James Bond, as written by the Hulk
72,000 words on James Bond, as written by the Hulk/
Film Crit Hulk goes deep on the movie series