“You’re not the Green Hornet,” yells the villain as Kato approaches, and that is the sum of the new Green Hornet movie. It is definitely not “The Kato Show.” For some of you who don't know, “The Kato Show” is what the original Green Hornet TV show was called when it was shown in Hong Kong. Fortunately for my father’s generation, the original 60s TV show had Bruce Lee in it and that was about the only reason the show was worth watching. What set apart the Green Hornet from Batman and Robin was that Green Hornet had Kato and Kato was Bruce Lee. It was one of those rare cases in which the sidekick was bigger than the hero. It does not take a genius to know that Kato was way superior to Britt Reid a.k.a. the Green Hornet. Bruce Lee in a mask was cooler, tougher and less pretentious. The mask and driver’s black uniform were all that Bruce Lee’s Kato needed to bring justice, no utility belt or daddy’s millions of cash and precious Caucasian genes. In the 1960s TV series, Bruce Lee did not even look like he was breaking a sweat every time he kicked any of the Green Hornet’s forgettable villains.