Green Lantern (2011) Full Movie

Green Lantern
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Green Lantern (2011) : For centuries, a small but powerful force of warriors called the Green Lantern Corps has sworn to keep intergalactic order. Each Green Lantern wears a ring that grants him superpowers. But when a new enemy called Parallax threatens to destroy the balance of power in the Universe, their fate and the fate of Earth lie in the hands of the first human ever recruited.

Title Green Lantern (2011)
Release Date Jun 16, 2011
Genres , , ,
Production Company DC Entertainment, De Line Pictures, Warner Bros. Pictures
Production Countries United States of America
Casts Ryan Reynolds, Blake Lively, Peter Sarsgaard, Tim Robbins, Mark Strong, Temuera Morrison, Jenna Craig, Jon Tenney, Mike Doyle, NicK Jandl, Dylan James
Plot Keywords dc comics, transformation, superhero, based on comic, alien, alien infection, magical object, protector, based on graphic novel, super power, origin
Hal Jordan / Green Lantern
Hal Jordan / Green Lantern
Ryan Reynolds
Carol Ferris
Carol Ferris
Blake Lively
Hector Hammond
Hector Hammond
Peter Sarsgaard
Senator Hammond
Senator Hammond
Tim Robbins
Sinestro
Sinestro
Mark Strong
Abin Sur
Abin Sur
Temuera Morrison
Carol Ferris at 11
Carol Ferris at 11
Jenna Craig
Martin Jordan
Martin Jordan
Jon Tenney
Jack Jordan
Jack Jordan
Mike Doyle
Jim Jordan
Jim Jordan
NicK Jandl
Jason Jordan
Jason Jordan
Dylan James
Janice Jordan
Janice Jordan
Leanne Cochran
Dr. Amanda Waller
Dr. Amanda Waller
Angela Bassett
Tom Kalmaku
Tom Kalmaku
Taika Waititi
Kilowog (voice)
Kilowog (voice)
Michael Clarke Duncan
Tomar-Re (voice)
Tomar-Re (voice)
Geoffrey Rush
Parallax (voice)
Parallax (voice)
Clancy Brown
Four Star General Caven
Four Star General Caven
Deke Anderson
Young Hal
Young Hal
Gattlin Griffith
Mom
Mom
Tiffany Morgan
Jessica Jordan
Jessica Jordan
Amy Carlson
Party Guest #1
Party Guest #1
Laura Cayouette
Security Guard
Security Guard
Bobby Holland Hanton
Avionics Tech #2
Avionics Tech #2
Silas Cooper
Carl Ferris
Carl Ferris
Jay O. Sanders
Bob Banks
Bob Banks
Jeff Wolfe
Tomar-Re (uncredited)
Tomar-Re (uncredited)
Dorian Kingi

Reviews

  • John Chard

    Lean, Green, Pudding Machine. Green Lantern does an efficient job for someone like me who was after a colourful bit of noisy entertainment. No expectation levels are set other than to not be insulted, so by and large this does a job. This falls more in line with a comic book adaptation that has no desire to set up a broody and conflicted hero, no hidden agendas or metaphors in the villain ranks, so yes! It's got a little campy flavouring to it. Which is fine if that is what you ordered. The effects work is very effective, though the sequences involving one of the villains, Parallax, are hindered by it being quite simply a very silly looking being. The story has some credible complexities about it, but the writers strain to keep it simple enough for a younger audience - which is both a blessing and a curse since it becomes uneven and corny whilst still retaining a watchable fun factor. The acting is only fine, but again this is because the script is never sure when to give emotional heft to the characters, or when to add some dramatic vulnerability. It's a safe superhero film, a creamy desert to satisfy the sweet palate, maybe one that is flavoured with Chartreuse? In other words it fills a gap for a while and is then quickly vanished from the memory. 6/10 Footnote: extended cut recommended as a preference since it puts more flesh on the human bones.