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DVD Review: ‘Green Lantern: First Flight’ Falls Short of DC Universe Standard

Green Lantern First Flight

CHICAGO – The DC Universe brand of straight-to-DVD titles has worked its way through Superman, Batman, Wonder Woman, and the Justice League and settled on Green Lantern, never a favorite character of this old school superhero fan and the first real misfire in the DC Universe line.

New DC Universe DVD Title, Cover Revealed: ‘Green Lantern: First Flight’

Green Lantern

CHICAGO – Warner Premiere, DC Comics and Warner Bros. Animation have revealed the fifth title in their popular DVD series of DC Universe animated original “PG-13” movies. In addition, they have sent HollywoodChicago.com the cover for “Green Lantern: First Flight”.

Blu-Ray Review: Shockingly High Levels of Melodrama Sink ‘Nights in Rodanthe’

Rodanthe
HollywoodChicago.com Blu-Ray Rating: 2.0/5.0
Blu-Ray Rating: 2.0/5.0

CHICAGO – I have a very high threshold for melodramatic romance. I was raised on cheesy musicals and will admit to pausing on the underrated “The Notebook” more than once when I pass it on cable.

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