C'mon now, it's a kid's movie. And for the elementary school kid there is no better fantasy than a dream of revenge against the babysitter. For its target audience, there is no disappointment here. Hulk is the retired grappler turned unwilling nanny for spoiled but lovable kids and quickly falls foil to their tricks and traps. Then, of course, they are kidnapped by the evil and campy Buster Poindexter (who is just divine as a criminal with a steel plated cranium) and only the big man can save the day. Radio host and author Mother Love steals the scenes she has as the maid who tolerates Hulk. Some interesting side notes to this film are as follows: the lair of Poindexter which contains a torturous "poison pool" was shot on the same soundstage as the original "Flipper" series in Miami and the floor was rolled back for the first time in years to accommodate the production. Not used to the opening in the floor, the crew members continually fell into the water during shooting. The part of the first nanny who exits the house screaming with her hair on fire is played by the assistant production coordinator who was the only person available and willing to get lit up at the time. The soundstage and offices were so busy due to the heavy production schedule that the production office actually occupied a small extra stage and the black and white opening of the film, which is a wrestling dream sequence had to be shot inside the same space, requiring the office staff to move all desks, phones, copiers and fax machines to the edges of the room and work quietly during filming. Look for wrestling legend George "The Animal" Steele (also in "Ed Wood") in the same scene, emoting the famous dialogue "Hey. You. Nice."