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The film had 700 visual effects shots, which were mostly handled by three effects companies. See more »
In the French president's suitcase are two buttons respectively labeled "avorter" and "bras". "Avorter" is French for abort, but that word is usually only used in relation to pregnancies. The correct word in that context is "annuler". "Bras" is French for arm, the body part. The correct word is "armer". See more »
Hustle up guys. You've got to get that defector and get the hell out of there. No delays.
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Part of the closing credits are a montage of scenes from the film. See more »
First of all, I am so happy to see The Rock and Bruce Willis joining the cast, the movie suddenly looks so huge with them. But I still hate how they trimmed almost all of the original cast, I like Ana and Scarlett, and it definitely will be more amusing if Ripcord is in this sequel. Luckily they kept Snake Eyes and Storm Shadow, they are just as awesome as they were in the previous film, really enjoy the rival show of these two character.
The story line is average, the plot is weird, doesn't have ups and downs, only a parallel line from beginning to the end. There is no climax in G.I Joe: Retaliation, but if you say the movie is excited at all time, it would be hard to argue.
There are not much advanced and cool weapon stuffs in this sequel, probably to fit the story, I'd say it is actually kinda boring compare to the previous G.I. Joe movie. However, some of the scene is pretty entertained tho.
Overall, with good actors and good special effect, G.I. Joe: Retaliation only needs a better screenplay to be a better movie.
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