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Green Lantern: First Flight [Blu-ray]

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Product Details

  • Actors: Various
  • Directors: Various
  • Format: AC-3, Animated, Color, Dolby, Dubbed, NTSC, Special Edition, Subtitled, Widescreen
  • Language: English
  • Subtitles: English
  • Dubbed: Spanish
  • Region: Region A/1
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.78:1
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Canadian Home Video Rating : Parental Guidance (PG)
  • MPAA Rating: PG-13
  • Studio: Warner Bros. Home Video
  • Release Date: July 28 2009
  • Run Time: 75 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars 13 customer reviews
  • ASIN: B0021AENJG
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #14,332 in DVD (See Top 100 in DVD)
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Product Description

Green Lantern: First Flight (Blu-Ray)

Special Features

Green Lantern Animated Movie (runtime 75 min) includes commentary Sneak Peek of the next upcoming DC Universe title Featurettes of Superman Doomsday, Justice League New Frontier, Batman Gotham Knight & Wonder Woman Trailers

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Format: DVD
I was pleased with this movie. The animation was mostly excellent (with a few brief moments of really bad animation), the voice acting was superb, especially Victor Garber as Sinestro. The plot was a little over the top, but that's par for the course in a superhero movie.

One thing that prospective buyers should beware is that the digital copy is Windows Media format only. It will not work on iPods or iTunes. I bought the DVD (at a brick and mortar store) and I did read the fine print before buying it. However, I'm sure some iTunes/iPod users may balk at the idea of paying extra for the special edition, which contains an essentially useless (to iPod/iTunes users) digital copy. It seems especially silly since the iTunes ecosystem is much larger than the Windows Media ecosystem.

The special features are also compelling. There's a two-part episode of the Justice League, some documentaries, a first look at the Superman-Batman animated movie, and more.
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I am a moderate Green Lantern fan who found this movie very good. The voice acting was superb, especially by Sinestro and the music was perfectly selected to give each scene a mesmerizingly dramatic effect. The tension continuously builds throughout the story leaving the viewer enthralled in the intensity. The main villian in this story is very cynical and interesting to watch on screen. I would recommend this movie to any comics fan, and to anyone who enjoys a tightly packed and intense story.
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Green Lantern First Flight is yet another in a very long line of animated mini-movies from both the DC and Marvel universes. This one centering on the origins of Hal Jordan as the Green Lantern.

The plot is simple. Hal Jordan, a cocky test pilot gets picked by a dying Green Lantern to take his place; begins his training with the Green Lantern Corps, faces distrust and eventually betrayal and ultimately saves the day. In other words; it's your typical origin storyline.

Now it's not my favourite of these animated movies out there. Frankly I find the plot in the Green Lantern tv series more compelling and the Superman/Batman Apocalypse and Wonder Woman movies have much better and more moving storylines. But it is a reasonably solid piece of work; has a good if not outstanding dub and does have it's moments.

As for this blu ray itself, it's your typical 1080P, l.78:1 widescreen presentation and comes with either a Dolby True HD 5.1 or a Dolby Digital 5.1 sound track. On this particular edition, there are no other audio options. It's also a BD only edition, no Combo Pak here and came without a slip cover so it doesn't quite match with my other DC BD movies. So once again, satisfactory but could have been better.

However, like all of these small animated movies from either DC or Marvel; the Bluray does come loaded with a huge rash of extras! Among them being an 8 min. documentary on the revival of the Green Lantern franchise, a 22 min. documentary on the rings as possible mythological talismans, two 4 min. shorts on the origins of both Sinestro and the Guardians and most interesting of all, a 10 min. documentary on the Blackest Night DC comic franchise!

In addition, there are four extended documentaries of approximately 10 min.
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i thought this was a very well done animated movie.it's the origin story of how Hal Jordan became a Green Lantern.i have no idea how close it is to the original comic book origin.but i do knew,i loved the story.i thought it flowed very well,with a good mixture of action and drama.i thought the voice acting was terrific.plus,they seemed to have a good script to work with.i found the dialogue to be really good,as well.none of the usual cheese we tend to see in many animated or even live action movies.i think this particular animated film is as good as any of the recent spate of releases by both Marvel and DC,and it's certainly as entertaining.for me,Green Lantern:First Flight is a 4/5
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By EA Solinas HALL OF FAMETOP 50 REVIEWER on Aug. 26 2011
Format: DVD
I wasn't thrilled by the recent live-action Green Lantern movie. So it's something of a relief that "Green Lantern: First Flight" gives a more cohesive origin story for Roy Harper that DOESN'T involve cosmic diarrhea. It would have benefited from another half hour, but it's a vibrant, action-packed adventures with plenty of epic battles.

Ace pilot Hal Jordan (Christopher Meloni) is in a flight simulator when he's suddenly dragged deep into the desert, where a dying alien gives him a green ring and the title of "Green Lantern." That evening, the Green Lantern Corps arrives to take Hal off to the planet of Oa, where he finds that the ancient Guardians -- and several of the Lanterns -- are not happy about a human joining their ranks.

And with the guidance of Sinestro (Victor Garber), Hal discovers more about the Green Lantern powers -- it turns out that their only vulnerability is the "yellow element." He also learns that his predecessor, Abin Sur, was killed by galactic warlord Kanjar Ro (Kurtwood Smith), who has also stolen the yellow element. When Kanjar Ro is found dead, Hal is the main suspect -- but he begins to suspect that Sinestro is up to something sinestrer!

I wish the live-action Green Lantern movie had been more like this one. It's a fast-paced, straightforward introduction to Hal Jordan and the Green Lantern Corps, without much clutter or filler. I have no idea how faithful it is to any of the Green Lantern comics, but even non-comic-book-fans should be able to understand what the heck is going on.

So we get a lot of colorful alien worlds, expansive space stations and strange looking creatures, climaxing in a giant floating yellow battery blasting through Oa.
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