I felt like I was watching two different movies, G.I. Joe & the v , it all felt more than a little disjointed & all in all a bit hurried.
It's more true to the 80's Hama comics than the previous one, which is nice... the writers must be fans of silent interlude & other stories, but the whole thing has plot holes so large you could drive a truck through 'em...how did & co get back to the U.S? They find an air base but there's no explanation given as to how they got home undetected, did they sneak aboard in cargo or steal an aircraft? It could of been a dramatic scene in itself.
I liked the character, even if he's more like a Dreadnok in this movie, @ least they tried some thing fresh & avoided the whole Ninja thing.
As for Bruce Willis, I felt he just sleep walked the entire movie, it's almost as if he's just done the flick to pick up a pay check.
Nobunaga wrote:thought Blind Master was a pointless inclusion and poorly cast, Great Ninja battle on the cliffs though
Couldn't agree more, on both points, the cliff battle will be the bit most fans will skip to & keep & re playing when the D.V.D. is released.