I remember when this came out and I think it was crapped on to a fair degree. I started watching this in the background but found myself pretty drawn in my how much fun it was. Seth Rogen isn’t doing anything out of the blue for him, but through this kind of character it’s a unique spin on it. I love Kato - I knew nothing going into this about the Green Hornet, so I don’t know how awesome he was in previous incarnations, but him here is a lot of fun.
Christoph Waltz is ridiculously funny here, he plays a properly menacing villain who has a funny gimmick going on that sustains the film really well. Cameron Diaz feels like the odd-man out here, and I’m not sure why - it’s the only piece that feels a bit off for me. The action and set pieces are pretty great, and there’s a solid story at work here amidst the chaos. I liked it, in fact, I’d show up for a sequel, though that seems unlikely given Seth Rogen’s feelings about how it all went down.