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The Green Hornet
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The Green Hornet 2011


Protecting the law by breaking it, Britt becomes the vigilante the Green Hornet as he and Kato hit the streets. Using all his ingenuity and skill, Kato builds the ultimately in advanced retro weaponry, The Black Beauty, an indestructible car equal parts firepower and horsepower. Rolling in a mobile fortress on wheels and striking the bad guys with Kato's clever gadgets, the Green Hornet and Kato quickly start making a name for themselves, and with the help of Britt's new Secretary Lenore Case (Cameron Diaz), they begin hunting down the man who controls LA's gritty underworld: Benjamin Chudnofsky (Christoph Waltz). But Chudnofsky has plans of his own: to swat down the Green Hornet once and for all.

Release Date:January 14th, 2011
MPAA Rating:PG-13
Running Time:110 minutes
Directed By:
Michel GondryMichel Gondry
Written By:
Seth RogenSeth Rogen
Evan GoldbergEvan Goldberg
No image existsGeorge W. Trendle
Starring:
Seth RogenSeth Rogen
No image existsJay Chou
Cameron DiazCameron Diaz
Tom WilkinsonTom Wilkinson
No image existsChristoph Waltz
No image existsDavid Harbour
Edward James OlmosEdward James Olmos
No image existsJamie Harris
No image existsChad Coleman
Edward FurlongEdward Furlong
No image existsMorgan Rusler
No image existsTaylor Cole
No image existsRobert Clotworthy
No image existsJamison Yang
No image existsGary Davis
No image existsLu Parker
No image existsDiane Mizota
No image existsGeorge Fisher
No image existsDaniel Arrias
No image existsEddie Perez
No image existsKeith Adams
No image existsDennis Keiffer
No image existsDavid Powledge
No image existsJerry Trimble
No image existsMaximilian Law
No image existsReuben Langdon
No image existsJoe O'Connor
No image existsJill Remez
No image existsJoe O'Connor
No image existsJoshua Erenberg
No image existsAnaleigh Tipton
No image existsMichael Holden
No image existsIrene White
No image existsBilly Mayo
No image existsBrandon Rudat
No image existsBeverly Brooks
No image existsTheodore Bressman
No image existsDave Rickley
No image existsDina Mamedova
No image existsTanner Gill
No image existsBryan Thompson
No image existsAmir Abdalla
No image existsAlexandra Lord
No image existsChristy Petersen
No image existsFrederick C. Ruiz
No image existsTravon Magee
No image existsZoli Dora
No image existsAustin Michael Coleman
No image existsLes Mumphrey

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The Green Hornet Movie Review by BillyBob (10/20/2013)

Aw! Poor rich-kid, Britt Reid. When he was but a sniveling, little brat of 8 his mean, old daddy tore the head right off one of his fave dolls, I mean, action-figures, and threw it away in disgust 'cause he resented his son for being such a wimp, playing with dolls.

And this traumatic doll-decapitation ordeal by...

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The Green Hornet Movie Review by Filmkiller (6/18/2011)

The Green Hornet is a movie clearly at odds with itself, and as such it's hard to defend it from the nay-bombs. Any high-minded ideals the Hornet (aka Britt Reid, Seth Rogen) aspires to fight for seem slightly hypocritical in light of the massive property damage and - even possibly (though never confirmed) - loss of life...

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The Green Hornet Movie Review by Ben (2/10/2011)

I grew up listening to old radio reruns of "The Green Hornet" on KNX 1070 AM. There was something about this particular superhero that stood out. He was not a supernatural being endowed with special powers no one else had. Like Batman, he is seen more as a fugitive than as a hero. In real life he goes by the name of Britt...

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The Green Hornet Movie Review by Martin (1/18/2011)

Let me start by saying that I think this new "Green Hornet" is probably the most debatable movie I've seen in a long time. As in, its debatable whether it's actually any good. I myself, left the cinema not sure what the hell had just happened. As a comedy, I was laughing at the movie. But as a superhero film, I find myself...

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The Green Hornet Movie Review by Jarrod (1/17/2011)

'The Green Hornet' can take comfort, and maybe even some pride, in the knowledge that it is based on one of the earliest superheroes, a character who made his first appearance on radio in the 1930s, before having a popular TV show in the 60s, with Van Williams, and Bruce Lee as sidekick Kato. Now this big-budget feature,...

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