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Green Lantern: Extended Cut (Blu-ray)

Ryan Reynolds , Blake Lively    Unrated   Blu-ray
3.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (44 customer reviews)
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As far as superheroes go, Green Lantern may lack the clean, iconic lines of his more respectable DC counterparts Superman and Batman, but the very wonkiness of the premise (earthling joins elite force of space cops) lends itself to a pulpy, operatic, not-entirely-serious approach. (One of his teammates is a talking carrot, after all.) Capitalizing on a charming performance by Ryan Reynolds, the feature-film adaptation is a big, messy movie that, at its best, generates a feeling of aw-shucks wonder. Much like Thor, it isn't afraid to loosen up on the inner turmoil of its hero and go macro. Based on comic writer Geoff Johns's retrofitting of the title character, the story follows Hal Jordan (Reynolds), an impulsive test pilot whose encounter with a dying alien leaves him with an energy ring capable of weaponizing his imagination. While struggling to master his will-based powers, he must deal with threats both earthbound (a hilariously nebbishy Peter Saarsgard, who may be the first supervillain to rock a hoodie) and galactic. Martin Campbell, a director who specializes in more down-to-earth heroics (Casino Royale,The Mask of Zorro), brings a pleasing matter-of-fact baseline to the proceedings, an approach that makes the increasingly outlandish effects truly feel special when they occur. Green Lantern has its debits, certainly--the lack of a memorable theme, a second act that hems and haws before getting to the action, the standard origin story shoehorning in too many secondary plots--but its final scenes succeed on a Gigantor, cosmic level where most superhero movies fear to tread. The bigger it goes, the more goofily enjoyable it gets. --Andrew Wright

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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Greeen Lantern Jan. 29 2014
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This movie is very good movie. Just watched the extended version. Ryan Reynolds & Blake Lively shine in this movie. This movie has a very good story line lots of action to boot. I give this movie 5 stars. This movie rocks.
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2 of 3 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars In Brightest Day . . . March 15 2013
3.5 out of 5

When dying alien and Green Lantern Abin Sur is discovered by brash and cocky fighter pilot Hal Jordan (Ryan Reynolds), Hal’s life is suddenly changed when the mysterious alien gives him a green power ring and matching lantern with vague instructions to “speak the oath.”

After finally unlocking the lantern, Hal is taken to the planet Oa where he learns he has become Abin Sur’s successor in the Green Lantern Corps and is also the first human to ever bear the powerful mantle of a Green Lantern.

As part of his training, Hal is taken under the wing of a powerful Lantern named Sinestro (Mark Strong) whose view of right and wrong is sheer black and white, and who has no trouble enforcing the law with lethal force. Turns out Sinestro wasn’t the first to feel this way as long ago one of the creators of the lantern rings—the Guardians of Oa—disagreed with the Oan Council and set off on his own, discovering a new power, this one the yellow power of fear. Now the super powered being Parallax, this former Guardian wishes to take revenge on those who banished him.

As Hal learns what it means to set aside his own pride and ego and live by the sacred Green Lantern oath--In brightest day, in blackest night, no evil shall escape my sight. Let those who worship evil’s might, beware my power, Green Lantern’s Light!--he must come to grips with his newfound power and expel Parallax’s presence from the universe once and for all.

After the crazy success of Batman Begins and The Dark Knight, Warner Brothers and DC Comics were in big need of another hit after Superman Returns failed to deliver at the box office, and so they went to another DC hero: Green Lantern. Good choice.
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3 of 4 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Excellent movie... Jan. 8 2012
By Deuss
not looking for multi academy award movie....excellent escape for a few hours, a good family movie...I think its great that the industry is releasing 4 versons with this package; 3d blu ray, blu ray, DVD, and a digital download all for a somewhat reasonable price... i've seen lesser movies make sequels, cant wait for the sequel on this one...
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4.0 out of 5 stars A Guilty Pleasure. Jan. 22 2014
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Ryan Reynolds in NO WAY can be Hal Jordan. Never in a Million years but as Kyle Raynor he can pull it off. So while I watched this movie I saw him as Kyle and I enjoyed it a great deal. Watch it again with that in mind.
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4.0 out of 5 stars Great Visuals Jan. 4 2014
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It's a shame this film didn't do better at the box office as a lot of fans would've loved a sequel (as set up at the end of the movie). The story isn't anything you haven't seen before, really, just in a different setting. It rattles along at a nice pace with only a few scenes longer than they ought tobe. The scenes of the Green Lantern Core's homeworld are very good, as are most of the space scenes and the villain is appropiately nasty. Overall I enjoy this film, just wish it had a little bit more...
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3.0 out of 5 stars Go green Dec 1 2013
By bernie TOP 50 REVIEWER
Through a quirk of fate test pilot Hal Jordan (Ryan Reynolds) is chosen against his better judgment to save the world and maybe the universe form a being, don't laugh, and named Parallax that lives for fear.

As with all comic to big screen transformations the restrictions to conforming to the comic books shackles any potential for a good movie. The graphics look hokey but better than not. They could have zipped him up in a green fuzzy suit.

The story is generic the god guys and bad buys are also generic. You could make book on the dialog. And the pattern is so obvious that they did not waste any time with twist or turn surprises. This was designed to be a pilot (no pun intended.)

The film passed time but would not thrill any comic fans or generic movie watchers.
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5.0 out of 5 stars great Aug. 27 2013
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Thanks for sending the movie so quickly to us. The movie was good and the price was perfect and worth it!
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5.0 out of 5 stars Surpisingly Good Aug. 6 2013
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I truly enjoyed this movie. I was unsure at first after hearing many negative reviews from friends but I really liked it. The story was excellent and kept me guessing. Ryan Reynolds was wonderful, lots of cute funny little moments. If you can get past the first 10-15 minutes you're golden.
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