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G.I. Joe: Valor vs. Venom (2004)

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The G.I. Joe team battles Cobra's newest threat, Venomous Maximus and his hybrid troops.

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Dale Carman
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John Payne ... Duke (voice)
Michael Dobson ... Cobra Commander (voice)
Mark Hildreth ... Hi-Tech (voice)
Joseph May ... Link (voice) (as Joe May)
Venus Terzo ... Jinx / News Announcer (voice)
Kevan Ohtsji ... Kamakura / Slice (voice) (as Kevin Ohjitsu)
Jim Foronda Jim Foronda ... Dr. Mindbender (voice) (as Jim Foranda)
Andrew Toth ... Dusty (voice) (as Andy Toth)
Doron Bell ... Tunnel Rat (voice) (as Doron Bell Jr.)
Brian Dobson ... Flint / Security Guard (voice)
Frank Salazar Frank Salazar ... Venomous Maximus (voice)
Scott McNeil ... Destro / Gung-Ho / B.A.T. (voice)
Lisa Ann Beley ... Scarlett (voice)
Philip Maurice Hayes ... Hawk / Chief Torpedo / Wetsuit (voice) (as Phil Hayes)
Blu Mankuma ... Heavy Duty (voice)
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G.I. Joe, perennial icon of American boyhood, gets a 21st-century update in a new CGI-animated children's series of thrilling military adventure. In this action-packed movie, as America's daring, highly trained special mission force, the G.I. Joe team faces its greatest threat yet from the evil Cobra Organization. Under the direction of Cobra Commander, DNA from the world's most ferocious animals has been combined with human soldiers to create a virtually unstoppable army of venom troopers. Led by Duke, Heavy Duty, Scarlett and Snake Eyes, the heroic G.I. Joe team fights this new menace in a battle to save humanity. But what happens when one of GI Joe's own commandos gets turned into the ultimate venomized super soldier, Venoumus Maximus? Can Cobra control such a creature and if so, how can GI Joe stop it? Find out in G.I. JOE: VALOR vs VENOM! Written by Mike D.

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Rated PG for action violence
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Dr. Mindbender: Overkill has gone mad!
Cobra Commander: Well, at least he's not boring.
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Follows G.I. Joe: Spy Troops the Movie (2003) See more »

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We were spoiled as kids.
29 November 2004 | by Heart_WrencherSee all my reviews

Yep. Those of my generation who grew up watching those old Sunbow cartoons were spoiled. The 80's Joe tune was one of the best cartoons in the history of television. Well written stories, well developed characters. Granted it was nothing more that a glorified toy commercial but it definitely helped carry that toy line. Fast forward almost twenty years later and enter Valor vs. Venom. The animation was average at most. The movement of the characters seemed to jerky and puppet like. The movie felt more like a Small Soldiers sequel than a story about a special military force. Then we have character development or lack there of. Dusty likes to be all Dusty? Slice and Dice like to do things together? What? Did the writers take a writing course on how to develops characters with the depth equivalent of Jar Jar Binks? As for the story. I like a bit of Sci-Fi. But that whole concept of turning soldiers into a mutant army has been done to death in the Joe universe. Mega Monsters or Toxo-zombies anyone? But I give the creators credit for trying to make the fan boys happy by having martial arts action every 10 minutes. I'm not a huge fan of SE and SS but I did like the fight scenes between the two. If you can appreciate VvV for what it is you will enjoy it. I admit to not being able to appreciate VvV as I should. Again everything Joe gets compared to what ways done in the 80's, and honestly nothing will ever compare to the glory days of GI Joe. If you can appreciate VvV for what it is you will enjoy it.


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14 September 2004 (USA) See more »

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