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August 08, 2011
First of all, where was the 3D? I think the picture was done in 2D or 1 1/2D!!! I give it one star. And to think, I had to pay an extra $2.00 for the priviledge off seeing the feature in 2D. The theater should have paid me to see the movie.
July 09, 2011
better then Thor
July 07, 2011
The show was truly short on action, but graphical aspect was off the chain.
July 07, 2011
wow they spent how much making this. Ryan Reynolds does a fine job with what he is given and its not much. Special Effects are very good but not anything that would make you say WOW. The story had a real chance to be pretty good but at the end of the day it was just okay. I cant believe they green lit a sequel but if they get a better writer / story it could be ok. I almost left during the
July 06, 2011
First off this movie wasn't shot in 3D. it's another one of those half-@ssed 3D conversions, so whatever you do, DON'T go see it in 3D. if you LOVE Green Lantern the comic book character, you might enjoy this. It has an incredibly weak plot, not much acting, and not much action.
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It's neither amusing nor exciting enough to ensure a long-running franchise. Full Review
San Francisco Chronicle
There are pros and cons to this Green Lantern, a half-campy, half-compelling adaptation of the superheroic DC comic books. Full Review
For a movie that touts the importance of humanity, Green Lantern is a strangely lifeless spectacle. Full Review
Wall Street Journal
Green Lantern was meant to be a sci-fi adventure, but it proves to be a genuine mystery. How could its megamoola budget have yielded a production that looks almost as tacky as "Flash Gordon" (which had the good grace to deprecate itself at every turn)? Full Review
An attempt to infuse an earnest piece of comicbook lore with an irreverent, tongue-in-cheek sensibility yields decidedly mixed results in Green Lantern. Full Review