In darkest night Paul, June, Jason, and Paul Rust went to see Green Lantern. In brightest day they reunited to figure out what the hell happened. You'd think that the art of the comic book movie would be perfected by now, but with it's awful CGI, ultra-quippy dialogue, and awkward pacing and storytelling, Green Lantern is certainly the exception. Even Jason who has read the comics didn't understand what was happening most of the time! If this film left you just as confused and unhappy, come commiserate with the gang and hopefully your questions will be answered. No guarantees though.
Episode 14 — Green Lantern
Posted 13 July 2011 - 06:02 AM
Love the show guys. The movie was not good, but your knowledge of the Green Lantern mythos is worse. Classic character that has stuck with comic fans for half a century. You should have got Geoff Johns, writer of the most recent Green Lantern comic series, who is a genius to come review the film. Still love you though, but Hal Jordan is a great character as a drawing and cartoon at least.
Posted 18 August 2015 - 06:46 AM
I mean, I can get behind the (speculated) reason The Smurfs was pulled, but why this one? By all accounts, nobody liked it--even those involved in making it. It's even the butt of a prominent joke in the Deadpool trailer...
Any word on why this one was taken down? It's not really a big deal or anything, I'm more or less just asking to satisfy my own idle curiosity. Vague answers written in eldritch riddles will be happily accepted.
Margo: I was lying naked on the beach in the South Seas. The tide was coming up over my toes. The sun was beating down. My skin was...hot and cool at the same time. It was wonderful. What was yours?
Lamont: I dreamed I tore all the skin off my face and was somebody else underneath.
The Shadow (1994)
Posted 18 August 2015 - 03:38 PM
Please say as John Stewart.
"If I'm holding a baby and I say 'cunt punch,' it's gonna be really fucking funny." - Zouks