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The Green Hornet


Rated PG-13 for sequences of violent action, language, sensuality and drug content.

PG-13 In Theaters 01/14/2011 , 118min.
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Critic score based on 39 reviews

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June 02, 2012
Eh, this movie was OK. Not the best I have seen. I laughed a couple times in this movie, but definately not worth to buy.
May 12, 2012
I've had the movie for about a month now, and never saw it till tonight. In all honesty, It was not nothing like the tv series. The writers/ producers made Britt Reid out to be nothing but an alcohilic, as well as a playboy, sleeping/making out w/girls every he could. To me, this movie, was not worth the money, tha I spent it. I'd be better off watch'n a Smurf's movie, or, Pee Wee Herman movie,
April 06, 2012
Surprisingly good. Seth Rogan was excellent as the dumb rich playboy who falls into the Batman role - very funny. His sidekick Kato (originally played in the TV series by Bruce Lee), played by Jay Chou, is great too. The Villain is hilarious too - a total badass who finds him self constantly underestimated by everyone. Cameron Diaz was disappointing as Lenore Case. Edward James Olmos was good in
October 09, 2011
Funny and well done. The signoff song, \"Saying Goodbye,\" by the Greenhornes (get it?) alone was a thrill.
September 23, 2011
Stupid, but entertaining.

Critic Reviews powered by Metacritic ™

The film is a blast. Full Review
A.O. Scott
The New York Times
Quite a bit less than the sum of its appealing parts. Full Review
Bill Goodykoontz
Arizona Republic
The Green Hornet, which strives to be a different take on the superhero genre, is an interesting film - until it devolves into abject stupidity. Full Review
Claudia Puig
USA Today
Some of the car gadgetry, Kato's specialty, looks cool...The Green Hornet is otherwise colorless, numbing and sluggishly paced. Full Review
Dan Kois
Washington Post
Kato's often the best part of the movie. Britt calls him a "human Swiss army knife," and he's right; Kato is not a sidekick, but a fully formed hero who's full of surprises. Full Review
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