GI Joe Movie

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Re: GI Joe Movie

Postby Sundance » 09 Dec 2009 08:21

i'll bet dollars to donuts that the sequel sees the nanomites reactivate and her become evil again and rescue Cobra Commander and Destro in a guns-blazing, all-action opening sequence.
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Re: GI Joe Movie

Postby gung-hoeddie » 09 Dec 2009 09:53

will there be a sequel?
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Re: GI Joe Movie

Postby Sundance » 09 Dec 2009 09:58

there was talk. i believe it was greenlit. DVD sales may affect it. it made money, but not a huge amount.
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Re: GI Joe Movie

Postby gung-hoeddie » 09 Dec 2009 11:43

if they do make another i hope it doesn't turn in to one of these endless franchises that ends up a laughing stock.
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Re: GI Joe Movie

Postby jamarmiller » 10 Dec 2009 14:13

I havent actually seen the movie yet myself, but it made a lot of money especially if you consider the dvd sales

there will definately be a sequel
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Re: GI Joe Movie

Postby DAMartin » 10 Dec 2009 14:51

Besides, some sequel hooks were dropped here and there.
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Re: GI Joe Movie

Postby Red Laser » 10 Dec 2009 14:57

There is a sequel greenlighted but who knows who will be in it or what they will do storywise but please no more bloody nanomites. Apparently they used the reinstated DDP story as a source for the nanomites which I find credulous as those mites didn't affect Cobra's allegiance in the way they did in ROC. Without the mites in ROC it looks like Cobra wouldn't have any operatives at all what crap!
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Re: GI Joe Movie

Postby DAMartin » 10 Dec 2009 15:43

The Viper commandos led by :baroness: attacking the convoy at the beginning were free-willed, Neo-Vipers were "made" later with Nanomites. The DDP Nanomites also had a sort of "control" over the affected ones, but in a different way: it was "obey or the Nanomites will eat you", so the Nanomites are :cobra: 's Oogey Boogey ;-) . Still, I think the Nanomites were okay for the first movie, but putting them in the 2nd one would be overkill (no, not Robert Skelton :lol: ); we want a sequel without Nanomites. We could talk more about that on the sequel thread: viewtopic.php?f=70&t=6272&start=20
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Re: GI Joe Movie

Postby gung-hoeddie » 10 Dec 2009 17:19

i would prefer to see a sequel that goes back to a more traditional joe story, i thought the nanowhatsits made it all to easy for the film be to fantastical, i want to see war.
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Re: GI Joe Movie

Postby Double-Tap » 27 Dec 2009 14:01

my kids got me the ROC dvd for xmas and i've watched it with them a couple of times now.
gotta say i enjoyed it a lot more now than i did at the cinema.
still some bits that really annoy me but its not as bad as i originally thought.
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