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my favorite superhero is Green Arrow, so I know I really should love a Green Arrow film. But I didn't. I would've enjoyed it if it didn't just focus on him killing everyone. They should've shown him SAVING people, or at least show his face. I don't even think the guy had Ollie's beard or mask. If you're really curious, check it out. It's not amazing. Day light would've been nice too. And Ollie didn't say a word. Not one word. The crooked cops were the only ones to speak. What is going on? Does anyone know how to make a good superhero movie?
This is a major disappointment after viewing the film with high expectations.
I really feel like a lot more could've done though, but there were some good aspects of the film. For example: The arrow-cam. You'll know what i mean when you see it, if you decide to at all.
*** out of 10
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