Re: Green Lantern: Grading, Review, Discuss, Tracking, Sequel?
Whatever good work Millar did is increasingly diminished by his peculiar grandiosity and public fantasizing about the big things he's always on the verge of doing. I've no doubt that he thinks he could create a fantastic superhero movie
He did create a fantastic superhero movie. "Kick-ass" is probably the most original superhero film ever.
"Wanted" was a terrible adaption but it has it's charms (James McAvoy is just plain awesome, Freeman as a bad guy just rules, Jolie is not too bad)
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