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Devil’s DVD Disappointment: Green Lantern

No film is perfect and even the really good ones are missing something. Green Lantern is missing quite a few things, which in the end are really the factors that keep it from being an interstellar hit. The one truly unforgivable thing is there was no rendition of (and there are quite a few to choose from) “You Light Up My Life”. Read the rest of this entry

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Episode 76: Green Lantern

This week Jonathan, Mike, and Mike come together for the latest DC comics film, Green Lantern. Listen as they discuss which Green Lantern deserved a big screen debut, superheroes and transportation disasters, and Inuit Pie.

Give us a listen because…In Brightest Day and Blackest Night, No Bad Films Shall Escape Our Sight.

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Green Lantern (Devil’s Advocate Review)

No film is perfect and even the really good ones are missing something. Green Lantern is missing quite a few things, which in the end are really the factors that keep it from being an interstellar hit. The one truly unforgivable thing is there was no rendition of (and there are quite a few to choose from) “You Light Up My Life”. Read the rest of this entry

Green Lantern

Beware my power, Green Lantern’s light!

Warner Brothers’ latest attempt to transform a DC Comics’ property into a franchise scores, but Green Lanterns‘ light doesn’t burn as brightly as it could.

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A Mad as Hell Op-Ed Piece: The Super Dilemma

Hey all been away for awhile doing what I do…in a world in which I do it. With a plethora of Super movies on the way, it leaves me wondering is it too much???  Within the next two years the major names in comic book super heroes will be fighting it out in the superplex. Captain America, Thor, Xmen: First Class, Green Lantern, Batman, Spider-Man,The Avengers, and Wolverine.  A year ago the word on the street was that the superhero franchise was slowing down.  Making way for movies filled with realism and depth. That most certainly does not seem the case. Read the rest of this entry

Comic Book Movie News

In Green Lantern news, writer extraordinaire and new Chief Creative Officer for DC Comics Geoff Johns visited the set and confirmed in a Twitter post that Mark Strong will indeed be playing Sinestro.  Strong was last seen as the adversary of Sherlock Holmes in the recent incarnation.  Read the rest of this entry

Green Lantern Has Its Hero (Mad As Hell Op-Ed)

Alex Ross' Green Lantern

Well it’s all official Marvel’s sweetheart Ryan Reynolds, is playing both sides of the fence. With rumors like Bradley Cooper and Justin Timberlake, it turns out they were all wrong. Ryan Reynolds will be the Green Lantern. I for one am stoked. I dig Reynolds; he was most likely the best part of Blade 3. Well besides Jessica Biel in tight spandex…nothing beats that. This announcement gets us one step closer to a movie about one of the coolest, and most overlooked super heroes.

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Green Lantern Getting Closer To Its Brightest Day (A Mad As Hell Op-Ed Piece)


With the DC comic book production company and Warner Brothers slowly removing their own heads from their collective asses, we’re starting to hear rumors about a Green Lantern movie. Now it’s my opinion that DC has a slew of good super heroes. What’s that? With a slew of good super heroes why are they only focusing on Superman and Batman? That brings me back to the head and asses thing. Well this week finally some news about the movie I’ve been waiting forever for DC to remember they owned the rights to.

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