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C. Thomas Howell,
Michael B. Jordan
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[Batman removes the ring from Green Lantern, he changes back to Hal]
What's this do?
No buttons. I assume it works off concentration.
How did you do that?
You weren't concentrating.
[puts ring back on and changes back]
You won't do that again.
Unless I want to.
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Nothing for which the original stood;values, integrity, loyalty, justice, truth, lacking in real plot and story/character building opportunities. Instead they chose to jump from pointless, meaningless 'action' and opportunities for cursing, which was never done in the originals and not appropriate for young children. Shallow, meaningless, trivial waste of time and money. Consequently, I would not recommend this for children nor for teens.I usually like these as a senior and watch with my grandchildren and children, but this one will not be rented again nor purchased. The graphics were good enough and the colors were crisp and the actors were quite adequate, but I believe they had a hard time with the believe-ability and that makes it difficult for them to come across. On the whole it was a disappointment and a diluted misrepresentation of the real thing.
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