The Green Hornet | This re-boot misses that sweet spot where homage, snark and cleverness intersect

The Green Hornet | This re-boot misses that sweet spot where homage, snark and cleverness intersect The crime-fighter Green Hornet had a mostly successful career in radio, matinee serials, television and comics. But all that goodwill has been squandered in this latest dull, unfunny mish-mash from Michel Gondry, and starring Seth Rogen as the green-suited dude and Jay Chou, as his assistant Kato. This latest iteration offers plenty of wink-wink but the work can’t marry the silly and the serious … Read more on Pittsburgh City Paper Prior to the…

The Green Hornet: the Dangerfield of superheroes

The Green Hornet: the Dangerfield of superheroes Usually when a superhero trailer cranks up in the theater, a ripple of excitement, or at least recognition, passes through the audience. The anticipation is there: What will they do with our hero? How might they mess it up? When can we see it? Recent… Read more on The Standard-Times Predisposition for Religion Can Spread Quickly Religiously observant people have more children than other people do, according to demographic studies. Assuming there’s a genetic predisposition for religion, this means the religion gene could…