Summary: This is a funny yet action packed movie filled with fun toys. Also the depiction of kato was pretty good. Only the original didn't have to use cgi or camera angle to do the things he did. All in all this movie was entertaining. One of my favorite things in this move was the car.
Summary: While this film doesn't live up to it's hype, it by far isn't a bad film. People fondly rememberinbg the 60s TV show need to go back and rewatch them. They weren't THAT good. The film is well written, and features nice effects and action. A bit unbelievable at times, BUT IT'S A MOVIE!!!
Summary: I don't know why I went to see this, but I wish I could get my money back. Wow, this movie was really irritating me. First of all, being of an Asian descent myself, I expected Jay Chou's character Kato to be somewhat represented fairly (with respect to Bruce Lee), but most of the scenes have him...
Summary: I watched "The Green Hornet" with a sense of skepticism. Having grown up with the original TV series, this movie really had some big shoes to fill out. And surprisingly enough, it managed to do so in a good enough way. But there were also aspects of the movie that were less than successful.
Van Williams needs to open up a can of 'whoop-ass'!
24 February 2011
Summary: I'm getting sick of people who are angry with those of us who love the Green Hornet, and want to defend the character from this piece of crap movie. "Nobody knows him anyway" is what I hear a lot, but apparently enough people in Hollywood knew of him, and thought enough of the name to use it as a...
Summary: The trailer got me all excited to watch this, but boooooy was I wrong. I was really hoping this was going to be like Iron Man but instead it felt like that darn Streetfighter film with Van Damme. Like Streetfighter, the movie felt really short, because there was not much of a plot.
Summary: Where do I start ? See how long we can take one joke and stomp it to death again and again and ( voice gradually fades ) ..Arrogant rich kid blundering through life ; Smart sidekick does everything for hero who doesn't get it ....
Summary: "The Green Hornet" is a wanna be superhero movie trying to be original by following the scheme of Seth Rogan's character Britt Reid to become a superhero that is perceived as a criminal to the public.
Summary: It blows me away that people thought this movie was, "surprisingly good." It's not. It's bad. Really really bad. Lets put it this way, I have not walked out of a movie in who knows how long, since Ishtar? And this was that bad. Yes I did laugh a few times.