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Rated PG-13 · 119 minutes · 2011

Action, Adventure
Britt Reid (Seth Rogen), the heir to the largest newspaper fortune in Los Angeles, is a spoiled playboy who has been, thus far, happy to lead an aimless life. After his father dies, he meets Kato (Jay Chou), a resourceful company employee. Realizing that they have the talent and resources to make something of their lives, Britt and Kato join forces as costumed crime-fighters to bring down the city's most-powerful criminal.
Official Site: www.greenhornetmovie.com
Director: Michel Gondry
Producer: Neal H. Moritz, Michael Grillo, Seth Rogen, Evan Goldberg, Ori Marmur and George Trendle Jr.
Cast: Seth Rogen, Jay Chou, Cameron Diaz, Tom Wilkinson, Christoph Waltz, David Harbour, Edward James Olmos, Jamie Harris, Chad Coleman, Edward Furlong, Joshua Erenberg, Analeigh Tipton, Jill Remez, Joe O'Connor and Morgan Rusler

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The Coast Halifax Even 3D can't save The Green Hornet This remake is just another Seth Rogen movie, except with superheros. by Matt Semansky 01/20/2011
Portland Mercury Green Zone The Green Hornet: Well, that was disappointing. by Erik Henriksen 01/13/2011
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Colorado Springs Independent Funny people: The Green Hornet He doesn't exactly kick ass: He is an ass. by MaryAnn Johanson 01/13/2011
NUVO Ed reviews: 'The Green Hornet' Meh. Every so often the awkwardness and artlessness that is The Green Hornet tumbles into a modestly enjoyable area. by Ed Johnson-Ott 01/14/2011
Boise Weekly First Quarter Film Stinkers A closer look at the numbers indicates that neither history nor logic can justify a box office model that packs 25 percent of its calendar with high-priced trash by George Prentice 03/23/2011
Charleston City Paper The Green Hornet spoofs dark vigilante drama The serious devotees of the Green Hornet, he of the dark, grim radio show of the 1930s, are going to howl. The rest of us can enjoy The Green Hornet, Seth Rogen style, as an aggressively goofy spoof of the modern dark, grim vigilante drama. If you can't beat Christopher Nolan and his Batman — and if you wanted to, it's not doofus Rogen and madcap French director Michel Gondry you'd turn to — you might as well scramble in the other direction. Which Hornet does with as much cartoonish, chaotic energy it can muster, and more than a little meta cunning, too. by MaryAnn Johanson 01/12/2011
Memphis Flyer The Green Hornet by Chris Herrington 01/14/2011
Boise Weekly Gondry Goes Green (Hornet) Michel Gondry takes Seth Rogen from slob to superhero. by Jordan Wilson 05/11/2011

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