Green Lantern: Emerald Knights

Green Lantern: Emerald Knights

As the home planet of the Green Lantern Corps faces a battle with an ancient enemy, Hal Jordan prepares new recruit Arisia for the coming conflict by relating stories of the first Green Lantern and several of Hal's comrades.

As the home planet of the Green Lantern Corps faces a battle with an ancient enemy, new recruit Arisia (Elisabeth Moss) joins forces with Hal Jordan (Nathan Fillion) to save the universe from the forces of Krona. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


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Greg W (mx) wrote: not so much as my sister would always say its 'a teeny bopper movie'

Jacob H (kr) wrote: Probably one of the funniest movies I've seen to date.

Kalind H (us) wrote: This low budget flick rambles on boringly, and the mashed fruit gore makes you sigh rather than gasp.

Dimitris S (ca) wrote: For what purpose regimes order, guide, attract the public's notion?Why,by focusing in their weaknesses of,whatever that means...or to justify their policies through old-fashioned,hyper-conservative declarations!As frightening as it sounds,Watkins' embodiment of evil isn't necessarily the fallen generation behind desks,rather the perpetual line of conformism,lying preferably in the Westernized landscapes of the Machine aka the men behind the curtains of authority.

Jeff M (us) wrote: Dated but exciting cautionary tale of the Cold War's possible(?)effect on the American Government during the years immediately following the Bay of Pigs. Frankenheimer, Rod Serling, along with the blessing of the Kennedy Administration set the bestselling novel for a big screen story about the balance and abuse of power, and the importance of remaining faithful to our constitution as it was handed down to us by our forefathers. ~ @thestaticisland

Allan C (kr) wrote: That's Dr. Frankenstein's son, not the monster's son. The third and final of the original Boris Karloff Frankenstein films is the weakest of the three, but is still a solid Universal Pictures monster movie. This entry is minus director James Whale and lead actor Colin Clive, but does benefit from the addition of Bela Lugosi (who was considered to play the monster in the first film) as the villainous Ygor (not Igor).Anf for fans of "Young Frankenstein", many famous bit in that film were taken from this film.

Nathaniel M (es) wrote: There were not as many "moments" in this film as the story deserved. However, the raw minimalism and passion of Christian Bale performance makes this more than worth the two hours.

Eric H (ca) wrote: What a surprise. Something with Jimmy Fallon in it that's unfunny and annoying.