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“G. I. Joe: The Rise of Cobra” is a 118-minute animated film with sequences involving the faces and other body parts of human beings. It is sure to be enjoyed by those whose movie appreciation is defined by the ability to discern that moving pictures and sound are being employed to depict violence. Nevertheless, it is better than “Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen.”

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oh lordy.  but did we not see this coming?

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  1. “At one point the ice cap is exploded real good so it will sink and crush the G. I. Joe’s submarine. We thought ice floated in water but, no, you can see big falling ice chunks real good here.”

    Is Ebert making this up? I know Hollywood often gets science wrong in movies, but this is just bizarre.

  2. I was really hoping to find some science to back this up, but unless the arctic waters are not in fact water, I’ve got nothing. Perhaps the parts that sank had large amounts of metal or stone or whatever that base was made of in them?

  3. I saw GI Joe and it’s not better than Transformers 2 in fact GI Joe was so insultingly bad. Insulting every cell in my living body. Stephen Sommers is an evil evil man and needs to be fired. I only watched this horrible movie because I was extremely bored, plus bad movies remind you what makes the great ones great.

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