Green Lantern

In brightest day. In blackest night.
In brightest day. In blackest night.
D: Martin Campbell
Warner Bros./DC (Greg Berlanti & Donald DeLine)
USA 🇺🇸 2011
113 mins

Fantasy/Adventure/Science Fiction

W: Greg Berlanti, Michael Green, Marc Guggenheim & Michael Goldenberg [based on characters created by John Broome & Gil Kane]
DP: Dion Beebe
Ed: Stuart Baird
Mus: James Newton Howard

Ryan Reynolds (Hal Jordan / Green Lantern), Blake Lively (Carol Ferris), Peter Sarsgaard (Dr. Hector Hammond), Mark Strong (Thaal Sinestro), Angela Bassett (Dr. Amanda Waller), Tim Robbins (Robert Hammond)

Not to be confused with The Green Hornet, released in the same year, which may have been rather awful, but this was much, much worse.
If you're unfamiliar with DC's Green Lantern comics, this film won't really help you out as far as origin stories are concerned, in fact, you may know even less. In a nutshell, the superhero isn't that super at all, gaining his powers from a magical ring from a distant alien planet.
Ryan Reynolds' performance is about as lousy as the CGI effects, which are overused throughout, and are more distracting than they are immersive. 

Ryan Reynolds in Green Lantern
Ryan Reynolds in Green Lantern