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The Green Hornet Buzzes But Doesn’t Sting!

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The closing credits list the 1930s radio plays as the source for Seth Rogen and Michel Gondry’s adaptation of The Green Hornet but the movie looks and feels like an update of the 60s TV series played as if it were adapted by Judd Apatow. It’s a mess – but it’s an often entertaining mess.

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Be Kind Rewind: Michel Gondry’s Most Commercial Film!

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Michel Gondry [Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind; The Science of Sleep] makes post-modern films that are usually more about subtext than what you see onscreen. While that may be true of Be Kind Rewind, there is so much on the surface that audiences won’t really need to understand the subtext to have a good time.

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