Monday, August 17, 2009

i had to

you don't spend as much time as adam and i did playing g.i. joe growing up without feeling some obligation to go see the movie. predictably cheesy but full of action and eye candy and most importantly brought back a whole lot of memories. i can't say watching it made me any smarter though.

8 comments:

forbesfamily said...

did g.i.joe happen to decapitate any barbies? i am still scarred...

shockstar said...

the offending joe's were dealt with appropriately through a mix of gasoline and m-80's. still amazed we didn't burn the house down.

forbesfamily said...

WHAT?!?! the things i never knew...and the stories i'll never let you tell my children!

colin said...

I'll always think of this as G.I. Joe's finest hour.

nordicjules said...

Colin-you are bizarre... but hey-happy birthday! a bit late?

Cellarrat said...

i had to see it as well!

Spinner said...

I thought it was pretty good. As I started to try and compare films like G.I. Joe, Wolverine, and Transformers for their plot, story line and holes, you just gotta stop your self and remember these movies are based on cartoons... cartoons created for 10 year olds... in the 80's.

Adam said...

leaping the flames to grab the hose that eventually put the fire out was one of the most heroic acts I've ever witnessed.