Critic Review - New York Post

Formerly a real American hero, G.I. Joe is no longer a hero (it's a team) or American (it's a multinational unit of military superstars, though the way they do business you'd rather have the Croatian navy on your side). As for real, well...

August 7, 2009 Full Review Source: New York Post | Comments (2)
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NoStalkingPleaze

Sean Keenan

Are you a movie critic or are you Glen Beck? If' your going to put partisan politics into a movie review, at least get your facts right. Hasbro turned GI Joe from one American into an international elite force way back in 1982 with the introduction of "GI Joe: A Real American Hero" - which despite it's name was a multinational. Instead of fighting Vietcong they fought an international terrorist organization called Cobra (similar to Newscorp).

Aug 10 - 09:35 PM

Declyn C.

Declyn Carruthers

It's a red letter day when Kyle Smith is able to correctly discern between a bad movie and a good movie. OK, so he still sounds like a major douche bag with something to prove...Baby steps!

Aug 14 - 12:50 PM

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