Film Review: The Green Hornet 3D (12A):

PUBLISHED: 15:59 12 January 2011

The Green Hornet

The Green Hornet


Seth Rogen reprises a role that he seems to play in every film he’s in- the likeable slacker that is forced to face up to responsibility.

Britt (Rogen) is the son of a newspaper publisher. He spends his nights partying and the next day sleeping it off up until his father is killed.

After meeting a company employee called Kato and being let in on his father’s secrets, Britt becomes a crimefighter.

And so begins a showdown full of action, facing up to enemies and one lined quips. A reasonable action comedy.

(Three stars)

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