DMG0204 21:41, December 29, 2009 (UTC)It looks to me like this is not actually a G.I. Joe: A Real American Hero movie, but is, in fact, a G.I. Joe: Signma Six movie, with the Sigma suits and the emphasis on the same characters (Ripcord, Heavy Duty, etc) as the later cartoon. Does this need a refrence or can it just be said?—The preceding unsigned comment was added by 220.127.116.11 (talk • contribs).
- Did anyone ever say it was supposed to a Real American Hero movie? It's just G.I. Joe. It's got the characters and goofy technology of the ARAH cartoon, the powered armor from Sigma 6, and Storm Shadow's civilian costume comes straight from Reloaded. They're drawing from every side of G.I. Joe to make something new, not a live-action version of G1. --buttbutt 15:37, 3 June 2009 (UTC)
I'm watching a DL'd version of the film that seems like a straight up Telesync and I'm looking for some dialogue that I recall from the theater. Wasn't there a moment in the undersea dog-fighting when one of the characters says "We've got to go drone!"? I can't find it but I'm pretty sure it was in the theater version. Any chance they've released multiple edits? I saw it on opening night, so it's been a month or so.
Nevermind. I found it -- it's when Ripcord is chasing the missile headed to Washington. He says "The missile's gone drone, it's going in for the kill." Idiotic. It's also different from the original screenplay, which wasn't quite that stupid.
Hey! At the end Zartan is portraying as the president. Having the movie end like that, could it be possible that a sequel will come out? Since Cobra is now in the heart of all American opperations.DMG0204 21:41, December 29, 2009 (UTC)
the Helicopter Pilot?
does anyone remember the scene with the Nanite warheads, when Ripcord takes the briefcase? the scene where he hands the case to the helicopter pilot and says something like "Hey Bill, take this, would ya?"
is it possible that was supposed to be Wild Bill? any official word on that?