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G.I. Joe: Resolute (Widescreen)

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  • Actors: Duke, Tunnel Rat
  • Format: Animated, Color, DVD-Video, Full Screen, Subtitled, Widescreen, NTSC
  • Language: English
  • Subtitles: French, Spanish
  • Region: Region 1 (US and Canada This DVD will probably NOT be viewable in other countries. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Number of discs: 1
  • MPAA Rating: NR
  • Studio: Paramount
  • Release Date: Nov. 3 2009
  • Run Time: 58 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (4 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #12,636 in DVD (See Top 100 in DVD)

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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By satisfied customer on Jan. 31 2010
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After years of disappointment since G.I. Joe the Movie, scores of terribly unrealistice releases and that dreadful live action movie with an American Baroness, G.I. Joe Resolute is a welcome change that remains true to the original 3.75 masterpiece. Gritty, bloody and contains quite frankly the best Storm Shadow/Snake Eyes showdown ever (Sunbow never pitted the two against each other) makes this release worth the money!G.I. Joe: Resolute (Widescreen)
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Matthew Beynham on April 22 2011
no more laser guns, mech suits or nanobots, folks; this is the real deal. Manga-like elements and a grown up storyline make this the best GI Joe watching experience ever. With deaths on both sides (people with code names, not just grunts) this makes for some really gritty watching. Not for younger kids, though.
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An awesome conclusion to the original GI Joe cartoon; it would be great to see a sequel in the future. If only the live action movies were this good.
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To people new to G.I. Joe, this anime-computer generated version is fast paced and action packed, don't blink because it's over in 58 minutes.
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59 of 64 people found the following review helpful
Adult Animation Awesomeness! Oct. 13 2009
By Beardyjin - Published on Amazon.com
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G.I. Joe: Resolute first aired in 7-minute installments on Cartoon Network's [adult swim] in the summer of 2009. For adult fans of the 1980s cartoon series this is as close to perfection as an animated Joe feature can get. The animation style has a much more sleek and anime feel to it, but these are still the same characters and it's set in the same "universe" as the 1980s cartoon. "Resolute" has all the classic characters (Baroness, Destro, Cobra Commander, Duke, Snake Eyes, Stormshadow, Scarlett, etc.) from the '80s cartoon, but it treats them with a PG-13 rather than a "Saturday Morning" sensibility. There are bullets and blood and death.

The plot centers on another attempt by Cobra Commander to overtake the world and the Joes rallying to stop him. The highpoint of the film for me included the ultimate battle between Snake Eyes and Stormshadow I always dreamed of as a kid. If the 2009 feature film had half of the energy and emotion as this one fight alone it would've been an infintely more enjoyable film. Bottomline is if you were a 1980s Joe fan and found the live-action film lacking then you will be pleasantly shocked and awed by this outstanding animated feature.
6 of 6 people found the following review helpful
Shockingly good! May 6 2010
By Mr. Awesome - Published on Amazon.com
OK, I'll admit, I'm a bit older than most people watching GI Joe today. I grew up on it, playing with the toys as a child.
I was at a friend's house, killing time after watching my hockey team get knocked out of the play-offs, and my friend puts this movie in. I was going to argue, but he said to give it a chance. I'm glad he did!
This is a serious movie, and not recommended for small children, like the age I was last time I watched the show. In the opening scenes, a lot of people are killed, including a permanent member of GI Joe. People are stabbed and shot with bullets, not blue lasers, then getting "knocked out."
All that being said, it had a pretty good plot, and predictable, but decent, finish.
All in all, I was surprised how much I liked it! If this became an ongoing show, like on [Adult Swim] I'd stay up and watch it. Though at that rate, they'd run out of characters to kill pretty fast.
14 of 18 people found the following review helpful
best joe cartoon yet Oct. 10 2009
By Matthew Cashel - Published on Amazon.com
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the closest we've come to a comic accurate cartoon and it was written by warren ellis who knew nothing about the brand before his coming to it. if you enjoy this even a little, check out the gi joe comics currently coming out from idw press. especially cobra by mike costa, its a (pardon the pun) grand-slam!
15 of 20 people found the following review helpful
NOW This is G.I. Joe Nov. 2 2009
By E. Taylor - Published on Amazon.com
This cartoon captures the true spirit of G.I. Joe. A group of elite specially trained troopers working together to eliminate an evil organization who are determined to rule the world. It's true to the characters from both comics and the cartoon with the exception of Storm Shadow's true intentions in his background. Cobra is proven to be more of a threat then ever. Forget the movie this is the Joe fans have been looking for. Oh and yeah no acceleration suits!
7 of 9 people found the following review helpful
What should have been. Oct. 28 2009
By Medraut - Published on Amazon.com
This is what the live action movie should have been like. sadly I was somewhat disapointed by the live action G.I.Joe movie.

in the live action movie the Joe team was well represented, but Cobra was not, plus they made the Baroness a goodie two shoes, and dont get me started on the Snake Eyes orgin where he and storm are kids in a truly stupid and laughable fight scean.

but enough about that.

G.I. Joe Resolute started off as a webcartoon. Im VERY glad that it will be on DVD. its a Very good movie. a true G.I. Joe classic.

a word of warning, espeisly to parents, this movie is very adult. there are some brutal fight sceans in this movie, some blood, and a few people die.

Resolute begins with Cobra returning after a long period of rest. they kick off by killing off captain Blood and leaving him out in plain veiw. the Joe team have littel time to figure out Cobra's plan, but they must work fast, or the world is doomed.

we see many favorites in this movie, Duke, Snake Eyes, Tunnel Rat, Destro (in a mask as he should be unlike mr. Eccelston), the Baroness (in proper evil mood), Zartan pops up to, as do many other Cobra opretives and Joes.

again there are many deaths, such as capt. Blood. Bazooka is the first of the Joe team to die, just to show how serious this situation is.

Cobra is now out to use their new weaponry to dominat the world. Destro and the Baroness are holding some scientiest prisoner, and Storm Shadow is hunting Snake Eyes.

the movie does a good job of retelling the orgin of Snake Eyes (better then the live action movie did).

i like this version of Cobra Comander. there is even a slight acknolagement of the old Sunbow series. the Resolute Commander states that he once pretended to play the fool to trick his enemies. now he is in rare form. the commander is at his most evil, in this movie. utterly insane and defitly a leader not to challenged or questioned. i very much enjoyed this version of him. (again much better then the live action movie).

now as most Joe fans know in the comics Snake Eyes and Scarlett were an item.
but in the Sunbow cartoon Duke and Scarlett flirted off and on.

this movie ties these two continutys.
so it seems like all this time there has been a sort of love triangl going on.

scarlett must chose between Duke and Snake Eyes
and she does indeed decid on the one she cares for the most.

the other chartures are good.
Destro sounds a bit TO much like Sean Connery though. but its good to see him in proper from. to bad he dosent get more screan time, but i was glad to see him play out his role in this movie rather well.

the movie starts off with it seemeing that Cobra will be victorious, so the Joes are hard pressed to attain victory. which is good.

all around this is a good movie, with great battles, chartures, and story.

its a very good G.I.Joe movie that any fan of the francise will enjoy.

and i just cant say it enough but Resloute is everything the live action movie should have been but wasnt.