MIKE GOLD: Green Lantern Trashed – Three Times!

Mike Gold

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6 Responses

  1. Daryl says:

    They DID pick Bruce Timm. He's in charge of the series.


  2. It's Timm's design and direction. The look is OBVIOUSLY a nod to the immensely popular clone wars series. So long as the STORIES they present are good, well, I abstain from judgment. DC Animation since 1991 (especially the TV serieseseses) have never swayed me wrong. JLA, Batman, Superman, Teen Titans, even the not-around-long-enough Legion cartoon were all really well done. It's because of this track record I have high hopes for the animated series.

    They say GL is getting a sequel. I don't think Ryan Reynolds was bad, per se, it was all scripting/special effects that caused the train wreck. Make a strong character piece with Hal vs. Sinestro, and just maybe, they'll salvage things.

    Or, it'll be Fantastic Four 2: Rise of the Silver Surfer and the Big Far Cloud all over again.

  3. AdamYJ says:

    I liked the Green Lantern movie. I liked it more than Thor but less than Captain America (didn't even bother with the new X-Men movie). I don't know why everyone else seemed to dislike it.

  4. JosephW says:

    I'd certainly like to know where this "extended cut DVD" is; the only format in which I've seen the "extended cut" version offered is the BLU-RAY format. The two are NOT mutually interchangeable options. If you've got a Blu-ray player, you can play regular DVDs; however, if you only have a standard DVD player, you CAN'T play Blu-ray discs.

    • Glenn Hauman says:

      The Extended Cut is in a Blu-Ray Combo Pack: you\’ll get a Blu-Ray version, a DVD version, and a digital version for your digital viewer of choice. You can also get it through iTunes.

  5. mindyp51 says:

    I can't even get myself to watch GREEN LANTERN on my Cablevision's ON DEMAND…and I've watched some crappy movies ON DEMAND! :-)