- I thought it was a heck of a ride myself, even though the ending had
so much going on it was hard to keep track of. But they've already
green-lit the sequel, luckily. I'd say they did the franchise justice.
And I'm with you on the live-action Joe movie. I haven't heard much
good about the potential scripts, but Transformers had the same
troubles, and it turned out OK. So we'll see. I've been casting it
in my head; I think Bob Sapp would be a good Roadblock, and Ray Park
ought to be a lock for Snake-Eyes. But they'd probably have to go
with a lot of no-names to keep the budget from swelling!
Oh yeah, I'm working on a helmeted version of my Cobra Commander
outfit, too. The helmet's coming from a combination of an old Darth
Vader helmet and a mirrored face shield from a motorcycle helmet.
Early results are encouraging!
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> just saw it today and over all i liked it. some things didnt make
> its a movie ya know, no biggie. the one thing i didnt like was how
> didnt look like their G1 selves, there was very little of the
> transforming sound, and some of the fight scenes that were close ups
were to blurry.
> what is it with hollywood and fight scenes anymore? i know they want
> realism with the fights but if i cant see how can i tell how bad ass
the fight is?!
> generally tho it was a pretty good movie, even the people who talked
> the whole thing and smelled of garbage didnt ruin it for me bc i
> "into" the movie after awhile. i saw the first showing today and
there was only
> like 20 people there. 8 of those were kids. i really hope this movie
> for a few reasons. one bc it was a good movie, way way better then
F4 2, and
> if this one does better there may be a part 2. and two, if the tf's
movie is a
> hit they are supposed to green light a live action gi joe movie. tho
> scripts i have read on the net suck hard core, it would still be
awesome to have a
> live action joe flick!
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