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G.I. Joe: Spy Troops the Movie (2003)

When the Joes infiltrate Cobra Headquarters to retrieve stolen technology, they discover that Cobra has already used it to build an army of deadly androids, igniting an all out battle.

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Dale Carman

Writer:

Larry Hama
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Cast

Cast overview, first billed only:
John Payne ... Duke (voice)
Matt Hill ... Beachhead (voice)
Lisa Ann Beley ... Scarlett (voice) (as Lisa-Ann Beley)
Lee Tockar ... Shipwreck (voice) (as Lee Tokar)
Don S. Davis ... Wild Bill (voice) (as Don Davis)
Mark Hildreth ... Hightech (voice)
Michael Dobson ... Cobra Commander (voice)
Scott McNeil ... Destro (voice) (as Scott McKneil)
Teryl Rothery ... Baroness (voice)
Jim Foronda Jim Foronda ... Dr. Mindbender (voice)
Brian Dobson ... Flint (voice)
Blu Mankuma ... Heavy Duty (voice)
Peter Kelamis ... Polly (voice) (as Peter Kelemis)
Ty Olsson ... Storm Shadow (voice) (as Ty Olssen)
Ward Perry Ward Perry ... Agent Faces / Crimson Guard (voice)
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When the Joes infiltrate Cobra Headquarters to retrieve stolen technology, they discover that Cobra has already used it to build an army of deadly androids, igniting an all out battle.

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Language:

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Release Date:

27 September 2003 (USA) See more »

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Quotes

Polly: [imitating Cobra Commander] And bring me crackers, you fools!
Cobra troops: Yes, sir!
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Followed by G.I. Joe: Sigma 6 (2005) See more »

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Not as bad as I expected.
20 March 2004 | by Dr WilySee all my reviews

While not the best G.I. Joe I've ever seen (As someone who grew up on the original 1980's cartoon to eventually meet some of its original stars.) I was pleasantly surprised by how well it does work. I expected it to focus entirely on Snake Eyes and Storm Shadow as too much of Joe has focused on martial arts and ninjas over recent years. Thankfully, that's shelved as a small part of this movie.

They wisely brought back onboard one of the men integral to 1980's G.I. Joe history as the writer. Larry Hama, writer of about 90% of the original Marvel G.I. Joe series, as well as having input on both the toy file cards and into the original cartoon series, brings a lot of the old series back with him. And, while I'd have preferred a more direct old Joe continuation, this new vision of it could have been worse. Hama wisely sticks with one basic element: Cobra's latest world control plot. This time, it's a combination of virtually remote controlled war vehicles and an army of new robot soldiers, updated Battle Android Troopers (B.A.T.s)

CGI could have been better, but, I've seen worse. While the voice cast is sans anyone from the original series, it does provide some past links with G.I. Joe cartoon history. A handful of the actors from the 2nd animated series, released by DIC, and some from the G.I. Joe: Extreme abortion are back. Scott McNeil as Destro, though, is the only one who is back as a character he had previously. Other nice touches are peppered throughout for old Joe fans. B.A.T.s were, either positively or negatively, a constant element in the 2nd season of the old show, and in a few scenes, bars of the original G.I. Joe cartoon theme appear. I think you'll find "he'll fight for freedom, wherever there is trouble" in key points.

All in all, I've spent a worse of my life before, and, was quite surprised by how well it does turn out. "YOUR CRACKERS, COBRA COMMANDER!"


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