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The green hornet [Blu-ray]
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Britt Reid (Seth Rogen) es un vago por el día y un juerguista empedernido por la noche... hasta que descubre una profesión seria totalmente genial: héroe de acción que lucha contra el crimen. Convertido en el Green Hornet, se asocia con Kato (Jay Chou), un genio de la electrónica y maestro de kung-fu, para acabar con el hampa de Los Ángeles. Ni siquiera Lenore (Cameron Diaz), la ayudante de Britt, sospecha que esta dispareja es el dúo enmascarado que está acabando con los criminales más peligrosos de la ciudad, liderados por Chudnofsky (Christoph Waltz). Con estilo, arrogancia y un arsenal de artilugios increíbles, el Green Hornet y Kato van impartiendo justicia a su manera, haciendo de cada misión una mezcla de acción desenfrenada y humor desternillante.
"Alucinante" - Tomas Falsas.
Comentarios con los realizadores.
Black Beauty: Renace un coche genial.
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Confía en mi: El director Michel Gondry.
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La familia de dobles Armstrong.
El arte de la destrucción.
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De Noche, Britt Reid (Seth Rogen), Heredero Del Gran Imperio Periodístico Creado Por Su Padre (Tom Wilkinson), Se Convierte En Un Héroe Enmascarado Que Se Propone Combatir El Crimen: Es The Green Hornet. Su Compañero De Aventuras Es Jato (Jay Chou), Un Experto En Artes Marciales.
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I need to start off by saying that I truly enjoyed this movie, and actually more than I thought I would. However I must also menton that if you're an old schooler and are familiar with the original show starring Van Williams playing as Britt Reid and Bruce Lee playing as Kato, then you are in for a completely different atmosphere with this movie. The characters act completely different than thier past counterparts from decades ago. But given that fact, I would say that it has been brought up to date, and has also done a good job of giving us a superb feel of what the Green Hornet is supposed to be about.
What I really enjoyed most in this film was the scientific creations of Kato's and his ability to create some gadgets that made me go 'Wow'. It had that feel of believability that totally engrossed me, and made me think to myself 'what if we could really do that'! I personally like those kinds of movies that make me feel like a little kid galavanting through a toy store. However, there were a couple scenes that were not realistiic at all, such as when the vehicles travelled at unrealitic speeds and cornered like they were on rails. We could have done without those added effects that are not possible. I say stick to the believeable effects that really make a person wonder 'what if'.
As for the special effects, they were done with good taste and not over the top as some more recent films are. The CGI was done well and not 'too busy'. Some movies are just hard to watch, and you end up missing half of what you could have seen because of the overdone CGI, but not this film, as most all of the CGI was done tastefully. Plus I really enjoyed the fact that the better part of the movie was not in CGI, and alot of the effects were actually done using camera effects instead of a computer. I think that this made it an easier film to view without making me feel I missed a good portion of what I had just watched.
As for the 3D, I have a nice 3D TV which does a superb job at rendering a 3D image, and is actually one of the better available to home consumers. But, there really were only a few great shots done in 3D. The rest was just OK. Some films are actually shot/filmed with 3D cameras so that the end result is a movie that has the feel of a 'real' 3D movie. However this movie was not filmed using a 3D camera. The Green Hornet is one of the infamous "3D conversions" that studios have been pumping out of late. One of , if not the best 3D conversions available is 'Alice', and well I have to say that this conversion to 3D is not near as good as Alice was done. The 3D has a few interlacing problems here and there which makes some scenes hard to watch. But all in all worth a watch in 3D if you have the capability to do so. But please keep in mind that not all 3D TV's were made the same, and some 3D
TV's are better at delivering a good 3D experience than others.
Would I purchase this film again, a solid and resounding YES. I enjoyed this rendition of "The Green Hornet" and I found it quite entertaining and a good watch!
The Green Hornet movie is not true to the predecessors AT ALL. Even the guy who played Kato acted easily irritated and angered.... this is NOT the inflappable martial artist that Kato should be.
TOTALLY disappointing. If you're going to do a movie, keep it true to the portrayals of the character that people KNOW and love. Don't go making the hero into a narcissistic idiot!