Green Lantern: First Flight

Title: Green Lantern: First Flight
Year: 2009 (direct-to-video)
Director: Lauren Montgomery
Writer: Alan Burnett
Starring: Christopher Meloni, Victor Garber
Music: Robert J. Kral
Length: 77 minutes
Synopsis: a human joins the Green Lanterns, and saves them from a badguy with a yellow lantern
How I saw it: on video (rended from Netflix), yesterday
Subjective Rating: 6/10 (Okay).
Objective Rating: 3/10 (gets points for pacing, acting and subjective rating) c. 1.7/4 (Eh).

Kind of dull. The plot lacks any creativity whatsoever. Apart from a few brief bits where they gratuitously take advantage of their PG-13 rating, there isn’t anything here that we haven’t seen (done better) a million times in cartoons on TV.


One Response to Green Lantern: First Flight

  1. Fortress Guy says:

    We agree! It was dull and underwhelming.

    It was not Burnett’s finest writing achievement. Despite the stellar voice cast, it was disappointing.

    Here is our take on it with lots of pics and a few bits if wit if you are interested:

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