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G.I. Joe: Retaliation
USA, Canada
Thriller, Action, Adventure, Sci-Fi
IMDB rating:
Jon M. Chu
Bruce Willis as Joe Colton
Ray Park as Snake Eyes
Byung-hun Lee as Storm Shadow
D.J. Cotrona as Flint
Han Soto as North Korean Guard
Luke Bracey as Cobra Commander
Elodie Yung as Jinx
Adrianne Palicki as Lady Jaye
Dwayne Johnson as Roadblock
Jonathan Pryce as U.S. President
RZA as Blind Master
Channing Tatum as Captain Duke Hauser
Faran Tahir as Cobra Commander (unconfirmed)
Ray Stevenson as Firefly
Arnold Vosloo as Zartan
Walton Goggins as Warden Nigel James
Nick Erickson as President Picture Double
Storyline: Framed for crimes against the country, the G.I. Joe team is terminated by the President's order, and the surviving team members face off against Zartan, his accomplices, and the world leaders he has under his influence.
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G.I Joe: Retaliation - Mindless action-packed fun for the family
Let me start off by saying I really enjoyed the movie for what it was. I went in the theater not expecting much even though the trailers showed a lot of fun action sequences. Now did the movie blow me away and should be nominated for best picture? No, but it's because it isn't trying to be that type of movie, it's simply mindless and fun entertainment.

I also want to say that I really enjoyed the 3D in this movie, I thought it worked and added a lot more fun to the film. The depth was really nice because it added to the cinematography of the film.

Now for you that like movies for the "dialogue and writing" part of films, I can understand why you wouldn't like this movie as much. The conferences are not very realistic, some of the acting was really cheesy (especially by RZA haha), etc. I also feel that there were a lot of problems at the end. I mean the president look-alike just pretty much blew up England and afterwards no one thought it was sketchy; life pretty much went on. They didn't bother explaining to the "people" how the president was a fake or anything... Also they didn't bother adding in what was going to happen to England, they just kept on rolling on with the movie with the award-handing scene.

So yeah it did have its problems, but if you're looking for a good time, I'd say watch it and just have fun with it and don't take it too seriously.
G.I.Joe: Retaliation movie review- ridiculous and lovely!
The good- GI Joe Retaliation is infinitely bigger, louder and thankfully so- better than its predecessor. Breath-taking, non stop action, great VFX, deadpan heroes and femme fatals , great soundtrack and gizmo's that will shame 007, it ticks most of the boxes for a summer action flick. The bad- not that the leads are great actors, but back to back to back action set pieces leave little room for acting, the dialogs are as banal as they can get, and the climax is cartoonishly over the top.

Retaliation takes off from where Rise of Cobra ended, and the movie is best enjoyed by folks versed in the Joes legend - the President of the US has been replaced by Zartan aided with some cool nanomite wizardry. The time-line is a mix of alternate and real history- Pakistan is a failed state and the Joes are sent to retrieve the country's nuclear arsenal. But it is a trap- the President is after all a Cobra operative, and he wipes out the entire GI Joe force including the hero from the previous film Duke (Channing Tatum), except for the intrepid trio of Roadblock (The Rock- Dwayne Johnson) , Lady Jaye (Adrianne Palicki) and Flint (D J Cotrona). It is up to these three along with the original Joe, Bruce Willis to expose the fraud president and prevent global annihilation.

GI Joe action figures gained popularity in the mid 80s, when the world was falling at the feet of Japan- economic hatchbacks, Walkman, ninjas, VCR et all-action movies in the 80s paid homage to Japan (anyone remember Robocop 3?). The Japanese angle in GI Joe is Snake Eyes, Jinx and Storm Shadow- together they deliver one of the finest one on one sword fight in a monastery, and then director Jon Chu goes one step better to give your ticket worth price 3D action sequence in snow capped Himalayan territory when Snake Eyes and Jinyx escape from a platoon of ninjas whooshing between peaks, rappelling sheer cliffs, braving avalanches, gunfire and swords. The trailer features some of this out of the word stunt-work, but the full experience of this in the movie is amazing, so much so that after this, the other Joes do not matter anymore- its Snake Eyes that your eyes will follow, and i think it is about time he got his solo movie- he is cool enough! I was happy to see Dwayne Johnson return to his roots- the Rock always adds class to any role he takes on, he has his family audience fans, but he is first and foremost an action star, with a sweet core. Jonathan Pryce as the President is delightfully funny as a villain reveling in his new found power and Bruce Willis totes his own brand of hairless machismo.

This is Hasbro's third live adaption of its action figures/toys- after Transformers and Battleships. So if you are above 12, it will feel ridiculous, funny and overblown. Characters do not have names, just tags. Things get blown up big, and there is a villain thirsting for "world dominion". This is not mature and contemplative graphic novel adaptation- this is the cinematic equivalent of a Big Mac meal, the ultimate junk food, and like the Mac meal it gives the kick and leaves a sweet feeling too . I grew up on comic books and action figures, and perhaps the greatest kick I get out of these kind of movies is the magical transport back to childhood. For guts and for glory, for guns and for action, for setting the summer of 2013 on fire - 7/10. Boo-ya-ah!
A great gadget, action, martial arts and explosions feast
This movie is all about action, gadgets, martial arts and explosions, lots of explosions. It has no pretensions whatsoever about being a deep movie, requiring or inspiring some thinking from on the viewer's part or having an elaborate plot. This movie is all about entertaining the intended audience with a roller coaster ride of gadget filled fighting, shooting and blowing things up style of action. As far as that objective goes it is "mission accomplished" with flying colors.

The story is nothing fantastical but I have seen far far worse. It does hold together pretty well and it does serve as a decent enough foundation for stringing all the action scenes together. The gadgetry is generally quite cool but at the same time the movie is not all gadgets. There is plenty of old fashioned martial arts fighting as well as plain guns a' la "shot first, shot later and then shot some more". The special effects are more than decent as well.

I did like Dwayne Johnson in the role of "Roadblock". It is not exactly Shakespeare material but I think he fits this particular role quite well. I also liked Bruce Willis as General Joe Colton. He did not show up until the second half of the movie but I quite liked it when he did. The scene where he starts to reveal his hidden weapons caches in his house is almost hilarious. At first I thought okay, a few guns, what are they going to do with that little inventory but then he just went on and on and on. It was quite fun.

To me, watching this movie was simply loads of fun. It is just the way I think an adaptation of a toy hero/comic book type of character or story should be done. Simple and action-filled. No silly character introspection, insecure heroes, feeling of guilt or screwed up romances. The heroes are heroes and the bad guys are bad guys (okay with one exception that confirms the rule) and that is it.

I hope they make a third one in the same style.
Plenty of great visuals and action but not much story.
This second G.I JOE film doesn't have much in terms of a well thought out plot but it does have some great visuals and is packed with loads of well staged action sequences so action movie buffs should have a blast. For those also seeking more of a character story it's still best to look somewhere else.

The acting is however surprisingly good given the film's plot. Dwayne Johnson and Channing Tatum both bring a certain likability to their characters and I enjoyed watching them the most and of course Adrianne Palicki who was very friendly on the eyes.

Overall, The film might not have much of a plot but the great visuals and the well made action sequences keep it from becoming a total bore. Those who want more of a character driven plot might not think very much of it.
Great Sci-Fi movie.
This is one of the best sci-fi movie I have ever seen. So I love this movie and it's part 1 too. I have watched both movies more than 5 times each in Hindi and English both dubbed for better understanding movie's story. The action on this film is also indescribable amazing. The action of Ninja's and advance technology system is also unbelievable.This is one of the best sci-fi movie I have ever seen. So I love this movie and it's part 1 too. I have watched both movies more than 5 times each in Hindi and English both dubbed for better understanding movie's story. The action on this film is also indescribable amazing. The action of Ninja's and advance technology system is also unbelievable.This is one of the best sci-fi movie I have ever seen. So I love this movie and it's part 1 too. I have watched both movies more than 5 times each in Hindi and English both dubbed for better understanding movie's story. The action on this film is also indescribable amazing. The action of Ninja's and advance technology system is also unbelievable.
Crap at best!
This movie is so crappish...Please do not waste any of your time with this garbage...There is absolutely no story...no story at all... Too many discrepancies with dialog, scenario and action.. Uff it is just awful to watch such shitty movie... First movie was a real GI-Joe movie despite the fact that it got poor ranking at least it had some kind of integrity in between its dynamics and a lot of entertainment meanwhile... Story was much better and directed much better also.. This follow-up is just unbearable to watch, Bruce Willis, sir sorry to say that but even you cannot save this movie from oblivion....

Guys and Dolls
I suppose it is natural to define a self from negatives: what you are not. So much in public life depends on this dynamic. It is a dangerous urge that I often see out of control, and one I want to closely monitor in my own life.

One place I really let it go is when I see a bad movie. Under the best of circumstances, I'd be able to see only films that nourish some creative evolution in my soul. With some discipline, bad movies allow me much the same benefit if I can understand what separates me from it.

There's the obvious stuff to react against of course. The movie borrows as much as it can from the 1970s and does so with no irony. It really is misogynistic, jingoistic and celebrates dumbness. None of this is a joke. Plot points are from 35 years ago: the suitcase, the complex plan with nukes, the notion that national leaders really can do absurd things by themselves... even with Goldfinger this was a joke.

The idea that two turbaned (?) Pakstanis would be hand carrying a nuke on scaffolding is bizarre, Plan 9 from Outer Space level stuff.

The focus on guns as icons; when Bruce Willis reveals his hidden arsenal, we are supposed to have a frothy pumped up admiration of the devices, a flood of admiration for the size of the cache. Willis isn't allowed to wink at us as he usually does. We really are supposed to cheer.

Even when there is some modern reference, they carry it with a dated juvenile attitude: "they call it waterboarding but I never get bored" is possibly the most revolting failed joke of the era.

All that is obnoxious. This is a franchise movie, designed to sell toys to nine year olds, so the intent of these offensive tropes is particularly unsettling. I'd never want a child to see this until he/she could build fences around the weeds.

When I'm in the US, I see films in an audience dominated by military and their families. After the disastrous wars in Iraq and Afganistan, they are particularly conscious of good honest souls doing their duty. And then having their lives wasted. They know that the guys guarding the president at the end are just regular soldiers who showed up for duty. It is hard to cheer when they get wasted for our amusement. For that matter, what about the several million inhabitants of London who get annihilated as a demo.

But if I just react to these sorts of things, I lose, because there is no cleverness, no construction is seeing these stupidities. What is it about this that makes it bad storytelling and bad cinema?

I heavily criticize the Marvel movies. But that is because they are poor cinema; generally the storytelling is crackerjack. I think Tarantino is usually worthless but I do credit him with knowing how to put together a cinematic story.

Why this film is uncinematic is an easy shot. Clearly, what they did was divide up the film and budget and send the parts out to centers all over the world. That means that it has no soul. One moment, you'll be swinging with cartoon ninjas in the Himalayas in three D effects clearly added afterwards, and then the fight goes through a window and an amateur crew shoots two huffy guys rolling in the snow. We are jerked from a writer-director stance of a buddy movie, to cheap explosions, to more than one poor imitations of comicdom. It lacks coherence so it lacks soul.

One would almost think it was intended. If the idea is to sell dolls so that juvenile testosterone surges can be monetized, then perhaps there is some wisdom in erasing the humanity from the thing so that kids can pour themselves in more readily. But no. As was once said of a past US president, the stupidity is not a sly act.

You can see some of the difficulties they faced. Because they are selling dolls they have to interrupt the situation at hand to give character-defining backstory, so you have built in fragmentation. They have to live with the legacy dolls, I suppose. Marvel has a similar problem with The Avengers, which they solved by having each major character have his own introductory movie(s).

The fascinating part for me is the shuffling of two worlds. One world is the gutsy army guy with big guns. He has no superpower and it is all about the guns and the mania. This world is elaborated by having an eternal enemy army and a group of special forces types including a woman. The stereotypes draw from war movies and there is a sort of beauty in closing the loop from movie concepts to toy play to movie about the play.

But there is also the ninja world, wholly separate in concept and with an origin in a different film genre. Here, ninja magic is routine and derived from a magical jewel. Something like superpowers are assumed. The skill in battle comes not from being bold but from long training with masters.

Previous comics and cartoons provide extensive backstory of the Arashikage Clan (the good guys) and the characters we see here. There is (I read) a thorough weaving of the two worlds in the backstories: some soldiers join the clan and the clan evolves to support the GI Joes. But the problem is not that someone hasn't 'explained' the connection, but that they really do live in worlds with different physics.

One is a world of bravado and bullets while the other is a matter of stealth and skill. Battle, devotion, honor, comrades all have different non-overlapping meanings. It just cannot work.

Ted's Evaluation -- 1 of 3: You can find something better to do with this part of your life.
More substance than the first, still pretty lackluster.
The question I would like to ask, is how is it that the comic book version of G.I. Joe dating back to the 80's inspired so much depth and character loyalty, yet was discarded for such a weak and unoriginal replacement? Based on the comic book this could have been parked out into many equals/prequels. The Snake Eyes/Storm Shadow story, Snake Eyes alone; the story behind his disfigurement, his romantic involvement with Scarlett leading up to it... it's gold, but instead was replaced with explosions, CGI and the plot of an after school special. Five out of ten, solely by the grace of production quality alone.
Not quite as bad as Hasbro's 'Battleship,' but ...
Loud, confusing, pointless and plot less are not exactly words one likes to use in a film review, but in this case, these terms are more than an apt description of "G.I. Joe: Retaliation," the second G.I. Joe movie (the Hasbro Studio generation, not the classic 1945 picture starring Robert Mitchum). And like the company's last venture, "Battleship," this does no honor to the men and women of our military armed forces.

I wish, however, that I could report that it was loud, confusing, pointless, plot less and FUN, but in fairness, I cannot even do that (although it is infinitely better than the 2008 original production, "G.I. Joe: The Rise of Cobra").

"G.I. Joe: Retaliation" is just a series of explosions, gun battles and sword fights briefly interspersed with a theme about nuclear disarmament and a couple of scenes with Channing Tatum ("21 Jump Street") and Bruce Willis, who, although is 10 times more entertaining than he was in "A Good Day to Die Hard," cannot save this enterprise. Likewise, neither can the presence of a genuine actor, Jonathan Pryce ("The Brothers Grimm"), in a double role as the U.S. president and an impostor to the office.

The "plot" has the elite commando "Joe" unit preventing a nuclear meltdown after the president of Pakistan is assassinated, but find themselves betrayed and almost wiped out by their own government.

It isn't their fault, however, since the Chief Executive is an evil Cobra operative in disguise. The three survivors, Roadblock (Dwayne Johnson, formerly "The Rock" and appearing in what seems his 20th picture of 2013), Jaye (Adrianne Palicki, the remake of "Red Dawn") and Flint (D.J. Cotrona, "Dear John"), somehow make it back to the states, are hidden by an Ice-T clone, meet retired General Joe Colton (Willis) and plan their revenge.

Meanwhile, something is going on in a monastery in Tibet having to do with Snake Eyes (Ray Park, "Ballistic: Ecks vs. Sever") and Jinx (Elodie Yung, "The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo") trying to stuff Storm Shadow (Byung-hun Lee, "I Saw the Devil") into a bag.

These mountain conflicts with a seemingly endless stream of Ninjas were impressive, but amazingly disengaged, almost as if director Jon Chu (the last two "Step Up" movies) just pointed the camera at the cast of another movie and then went on vacation.

As this is going on, we get a few tantalizing sequences with Jonathan Pryce gloriously chewing the White House scenery, insulting North Korea (hey, who could resist?) and blowing up London on a whim. As previously alluded to, his inclusion does not salvage this effort, but does make it go down — somewhat — easier.

There are other elements to G.I. Joe: Retaliation, but none make it any better: Firefly (Ray Stevenson, "Thor") cracks wise and releases explosive bugs, Roadblock gets to take on the U.S. Army in a dune buggy/tank contraption, Zartan (Arnold Vosloo, "Blood Diamond") does his best Darth Vader impersonation and Walton Goggins ("Django Unchained") as the smug warden gets his comeuppance.

Mainly, though, G.I. Joe: Retaliation is just a 12-year-old boy's violence fantasy adventure with enough epilepsy-producing struggles that the identification of good guys and villains is reduced to simply hazarding a guess.

Those familiar with "Snake Eyes," "Storm Shadow," "Lady Jaye," "Roadblock," "Jinx," "Zartan," "Firefly" and others may not have such a problem due to their closeness and affection for the characters, but to others like myself who could not care less, interpreting the differences is far too much of an effort to devote.
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