Written July 06, 2015
The Rock was great. Loved Bruce but I was upset about the death in beginning. The movie was too far away from the first. Wouldn't go and see it again probably wouldn't buy DVD.
Written May 22, 2015
All action and animated movies should be offered in 3D!! It adds so much to the show...that it should be standard practice...they could do without the upcharge ...we do give the glasses back at the end of the show... Thanks!!
Written August 02, 2015
My 14 year old grandson and I saw this last night. I was somewhat entertained, there were several spots in it that I wasn't too crazy about....not content per se. It was timely, but still a 'formula' movie and I expected that. The cinematography was not the best. The 3D was 'off'. as it wasn't very pleasing to the eye. Before one particular (video playing scene) there was at least 10 seconds of dead screen. Other than that, Bruce Willis was, as always, entertaining in his too small role. The hidden weaponry was 'cliche' to say the least....I agree with the critics about the so-so rating. However, my grandson didn't move a muscle nor did he speak a word...a sign that he was thoroughly enjoying it! He said it was really good and he'd love to go see it again! And to see him happy....that was my only thrill!
Written September 04, 2015
the plot is overly predictable and the dialogue is stunted. Overall the only part of this movie that was good were the ninja fighting scenes. visually stunning. but thats it. the last one was not this bad. i say pass and wait for the DVD. The 3-D version of this movie is completely unnecessary.
Written October 07, 2015
Saw G.I. Joe: Retaliation in Real 3D and enjoyed it very much. It was very face passed not slow at all. Sad that there was not a lot of Channing Tatum but felt that Rock truly carried this whole movie. Rock has proven that yes he can act and yes he is a true action star.