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The Hollywood Reporter

By Todd McCarthy
Serves up all the requisite elements with enough self-deprecating humor to suggest it doesn't take itself too seriously.
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58

Entertainment Weekly

By Owen Gleiberman
Reynolds makes Hal a perfectly functional comic-book hero, but there's a big difference between functional and super.
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50

San Francisco Chronicle

By Amy Biancolli
There are pros and cons to this Green Lantern, a half-campy, half-compelling adaptation of the superheroic DC comic books.
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40

NPR

The film splinters into three near-discrete storylines that don't play all that well together.
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40

New York Daily News

By Joe Neumaier
The effects are so omnipresent it's like Reynolds' perfect hair is floating in CGI limbo. Yet when they need punch, as in a "Superman"-ish display-of-powers scene involving a helicopter, there's no flair.
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38

Philadelphia Inquirer

By Carrie Rickey
What has Campbell wrought? An intermittently amusing, interminable affair that for sheer ugliness and a scenery-chewing performance by Peter Sarsgaard has a certain Camp appeal.
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38

USA Today

By Claudia Puig
For a movie that touts the importance of humanity, Green Lantern is a strangely lifeless spectacle.
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30

Wall Street Journal

By Joe Morgenstern
Green Lantern was meant to be a sci-fi adventure, but it proves to be a genuine mystery. How could its megamoola budget have yielded a production that looks almost as tacky as "Flash Gordon" (which had the good grace to deprecate itself at every turn)?
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25

Rolling Stone

By Peter Travers
Hal claims that a Lantern's only enemy is fear itself. The thought of a sequel to this shamelessly soulless Hollywood product scares me plenty.
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25

Boston Globe

By Wesley Morris
The film is remarkably stunted.
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39 out of 100
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