Teen.com Endorses: Green Lantern! 5 Reasons to See It

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By now you’ve heard the hype about Green Lantern, starring two of the most gorg people on the planet, Ryan Reynolds and Blake Lively. And let us tell you that we saw the flick already and, yes, it does in fact live up to to the hype. It’s full of action and special effects and, duh, romance too, so that even if you’re not into comic books and actually have no idea that Green Lantern is a superhero and not just some silly made-up name, odds are you’ll still like it.

Not convinced yet? Fine, we’ll give you five more reasons you’ll def wanna see it….

MORE: Watch a Clip of Ryan and Blake in Green Lantern!

1. Ryan Reynolds is hot. This probably goes without saying, but seeing Mr. Reynolds in 3-D and in a skintight spandex suit, no less, is the number one reason to see the flick. And, BTW, there are a few scenes of him shirtless. And by a few we mean plenty. Yum.
2. Blake Lively is one tough chick. Blake is so not Serena in this movie, playing Carol Ferris, a bad ass chick who drives planes and hangs out with all the dudes. Plus, she’s brunette in it so, yeah, there’s that.
3. The special effects are out of this world. Literally though, you’ll want to hop on a space ship and trek through to another galaxy like Ryan’s character, Hal, does in the movie. The other planet kind of looks like Avatar‘s world but with people that are green instead of blue.
4. It’s funny. No, really. You prob think there’s not too much humor in a movie about a comic book superhero, but the one-liners are actually hilarious. One of our faves? “Watch your back,” to which Ryan’s character says, “That’s impossible, Bob.” Ha.
5. It’s got a good message. But not in one of those sappy, preachy, ways. It’s just about overcoming your fear and being confident and living up to your responsibilities, which we think any teen or, well, person in general, can relate to.

Green Lantern hits theaters this weekend! Are you going to see it? Think Ryan and Blake make a cute on-screen couple?! Tell us!

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6 Responses to "Teen.com Endorses: Green Lantern! 5 Reasons to See It"

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    Logan says:

    Though I think the term sexiest man alive is prtety misleading, it should say sexiest man in Hollywood because I doubt the conductor of this has met every man IN the world.However I do think Ryan Reynolds is very attractive. I enjoy his height, and nice physic. As well has having a well structured face, that is not to masculine nor to boyish. He has just enough cute in him. I actually liked him best in comedy roles because I think he really brings some natural personality into it. However I think he can play a hot super hero any day. As a nerdy girl he can be my super hero fantasy any time he wants. So go green lantern or deadpool or whom ever he has next!

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    thea lund says:

    well blake lively was shockingly ugly before all her plastic surgery see her older movies before 2006 haha “most gorgeous couple on the planet” LOL!

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    Randy says:

    Its boring

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      Coolest says:

      Thx for the review Seems like stoudis should get real fans to have some input to ensure the storylines work. Especially since Green Latern is not an “A-list” hero to most. Keep up the great work!

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      Bogdanflorin says:

      I definitely don’t think he’ll be tyesacpt. He has taken on many very different roles and I think they will continue to vary. And he’s the kind of actor that’s capable of taking on two roles that could be considered completely the same and yet make them the exact opposite just due to his portrayal of that certain character. I also think he’s very set on having a serious career as he’s already made a name for himself. He doesn’t seem like he’d want to fall into the category of playing the same role over and over. So overall, I don’t think it will be a bad move for his career. If anything, it could be a great decision if either or both movies turn out well.

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    Gab says:

    CANT WAIT TO SEE THIS!

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