Parent reviews for Green Lantern: Emerald Knights

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Violent, animated superhero movie with thoughtful messages.
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Parents say

age 13+
Based on 4 reviews

Kids say

age 11+
Based on 4 reviews

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Parent of a 10, 12, and 16-year-old Written byHendo H. U January 13, 2018

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Positive Messages
Positive role models
Violence & scariness
Adult Written byNathan R. April 20, 2017

Green Lantern Emerald Knights - PG - 2011

Adult Written byCoolBooksAdventures February 22, 2016

should be PG 13 not for children

this movie rent from library couple years ago from children's part this is not movie for kids it is very violent many deaths there violence every scene such father kill himelf while his daughter watches him honest would never rent again it was okay but is shocker that this wasn't PG 13 how is market to children ???

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Violence & scariness
Adult Written byTinyToya July 7, 2011

Great for Die-Hard Fans, not for Newcomers to the Lantern Story

I recommend this movie for people who like DC Universe and Marvel. You should know a thing or two before you just grab this movie thinking it's going to be mindless superhero entertainment. The movie uses the scope of a young rookie new to the Lantern Corps to delve into memories and flashbacks about previous Green Lanterns. The movie has some great fight scenes and introduces some powerful new lanterns. For anyone who knows about the Lanterns you'll be delighted to see Kilowog and Hal Jordan, even Sinestro among the main cast. The movie was great, it was only a bit over-reaching at times especially with Mogo (you'll get it when you watch it). Things to watch out for: A Green Lantern leader does use the D word and H and says bastards once. Laira, a female lantern, wears an outfit (reminds you of a one piece swimsuit) that sometimes shows part of her buttocks when the camera angle changes (i'm sure this is not a mistake by the animators, but it is dismissable). Overall, a very acceptable movie.

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