Green Lantern


Action / Adventure / Romance / Sci-Fi / Thriller

Rotten Tomatoes Critics - Rotten 26%
Rotten Tomatoes Audience - Spilled 46%
IMDb Rating 5.5 10 245772


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October 02, 2011 at 05:11 PM


Blake Lively as Carol Ferris
Ryan Reynolds as Hal Jordan / Green Lantern
Mark Strong as Sinestro
3D.BLU 720p.BLU
1.61 GB
23.976 fps
1hr 54 min
P/S 4 / 16
751.00 MB
23.976 fps
1hr 54 min
P/S 24 / 17

Movie Reviews

Reviewed by Floated2 4 / 10

Has its flaws

Green Lantern has been panned from critics and fans alike, for its over the top silliness and overall quality of film. The film may not be as bad as considered but as a whole, it does have its share of flaws and comparing to other superhero films, there is reason as to why the panning. It does have its moments and is somewhat enjoyable but doesn't offer much. Ryan Reynolds portrays the Green Lantern well as he has played this type of character often in his career.

Reviewed by manmeetkang-72375 10 / 10

Loved Captain America Winter Soilder

Got to say this was definitely better than the first Captain America. I'm just starting out with the MCU and this is actually really good, all this hype for THANOOOOOOOOOOOSSSSSSSSSS who was in the movie ;) Can't wait to see Deadpool should be a good DC movie. Audio in

Reviewed by bensonmum2 5 / 10

"Are you afraid, human?"

Cocky test pilot Hal Jordan (Ryan Reynolds) is the first human recruited to join the Green Lantern Corps – a centuries old intergalactic police force. To the more experienced members of the force, Hal is unlikely to ever live-up to the standards of the Corps. Even Hal doubts he can measure up. Meanwhile, an evil being, known as Parallax, has escaped from an underground prison. The best and brightest of the Green Lanterns engage Parallax, but are ultimately defeated. As Parallax continues its deadly rampage across space, it's on a collision course with Earth. Without support from the rest of the Green Lanterns, Hal is left on his own to face an enemy too powerful for the rest of the Corps.

I've never read any Green Lantern comics, so I'm not very familiar with the character, backstory, or anything else. Therefore, I'm not going to make comments on how faithful the film is or is not to the source material. Considering all the negative things I've read across the internet on Green Lantern, I was surprised to find I enjoyed the movie as much as I did. It's nowhere near as bad as I'd been led to believe. A few things that worked for me: the overall story arc, the handling of the Green Lantern Corps, the uber-creepy Dr Harry Hammonds, and some of the action sequences and death scenes. Speaking of death scenes, when Tim Robbins is burned to a crisp, it's one of the "best" moments in the whole film. I also really liked the way director Martin Campbell and the special effects people involved with the film chose to image the Green Lanterns' powers and bring them to the screen. Very creative. If some of the acting (Blake Lively displays the emotional range of a rock) and characters (Ryan Reynolds plays Hal like the biggest ass on the planet), Green Lantern might have been a much better overall film. Still, a 5/10 isn't all that bad for a movie that, going in, I thought was going to be hot garbage.

Having watched Green Lantern after Ryan Reynolds made Deadpool, am I alone in looking at his portrayal of Hal as something like Deadpool- lite? It's like he used Green Lantern as a dry run of sorts for Deadpool. It's not as over-the-top, but there are similarities. However, with Deadpool, it's funny, but with Green Lantern, he looks like a d__k.

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