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Green Lantern Extended Cut 


Live action super hero films have come a long way in the decades in terms of special effects. Green Lantern is a good example of this. The various creatures, and Green Lantern special effects look real. This sci-fi fantasy world seems plausible. I picked up the Blu-ray, DVD plus Digital Copy of Green Lantern Extended Cut before Christmas 2011. I am finally getting around to reviewing this movie. Ryan Reynolds does a pretty good job of representing Hal Jordan. Parallax as an enemy is a little strange, especially when you know what the comic book character was like.

The special effects in Green Lantern Extended Cut are amazing. From the various green constructs to flying around. The downside is Green Lantern Extended Cut is explosively violent. There is also some mild enticement to lust issues in this movie. I notice the MPAA missed that little tidbit of information in their descriptors.

I am very disappointed with the bad language in Green Lantern Extended Cut. I don’t know why Hollywood has to take a super hero franchise, and run them through the gutter. I don’t know anyone that uses that kind of language on a routine basis so I know they are not reflecting reality. Instead they are trying to change the culture via indoctrination. You know the old saying: “tell a lie long enough, and often enough and then people will accept it as truth.” That seems to apply to the language issues in Green Lantern Extended Cut.

There is some humor in Green Lantern Extended Cut that many involved with the culture will comprehend. The best example is when he tries to get the ring powered up for the first time. The storyline is nice in how it turns out. It is a little annoying to see how humans and the human race are portrayed.

Green Lantern Extended Cut contains some fun extras. Things like deleted scenes, a digital comic, and the universe according to Green Lantern are some examples. The movie itself is interesting enough that I have watched it a couple of times. The ending denotes a sequel which will deal with some issues we expected in the first movie.

Green Lantern Extended Cut promotes the religious belief of evolution. Hal Jordan fights against an evil even though he is told he is doomed. He goes it alone when others refuse to help. He learns what it means to be responsible. Green Lantern Extended Cut teaches us that we can prevail if we are willing to keep fighting. I hope a sequel will clean up some of the issues in Green Lantern Extended Cut.
- Paul


Graphics: 58%
Sound: 60%
Replay/Extras: 86%
Gameplay: 78%
Family Friendly Factor: 50%

System: Blu-ray{tested}/DVD
Publisher:  Warner Bros

Rating:    ‘PG-13’ - Parents Strongly Cautioned {Intense Sequences of Sci-Fi Violence and Action}

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