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silverharp wrote: »
a lot of fans arent going to like this, he is supposed to be a disfigured mute who wears a mask
EoinMcLovin wrote: »
Well this is his origin movie, so he will probably get disfigured near the end of the film and wear the mask
pixelburp wrote: »
Still trying to make GI Joe a thing eh. Another reminder that Hollywood truly is IP driven these days.
That director's CV is a real exercise in mediocrity though. Doesn't give optimism that if nothing else the martial arts might be decent.
speedboatchase wrote: »
As someone who played with GI Joe figures when I was four... it's just GI Joe. I appreciate that unlike the summer's other kung fu movie, Shang-Chi, this movie appears to have attractive people in it.
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That was an awful hard watch not good at all and disappointing set pieces.
saw a comment somewhere that a sequel was denied
Well, you know what they say, Fourth Time's The Charm. Hasbro won't stop 'til we watch their GI Joe movies.
Saw it last night.....its actually alright, definitely not the disaster it's been made out to be.