The official trailer of upcoming animated superhero movie Snake Eyes: G. I. Joe Origins has just released online. The movie stars Henry Golding as Snake eyes, an ambitious tenacious individual who is welcomed to an elite Japanese clan called the Arashirage after rescuing the life of their youngest son. This movie is based on the long-running cartoon series of the same name. It is expected to be a high grosser this upcoming Thanksgiving weekend. Here's the online trailer.
So here's the deal, if you want to know more about the film Snake Eyes: G.I. Joe Origins, then this is the article for you. Specifically in this article we're going to talk about Snake Eyes: G.I. Joe Origins in terms of its plot, the characters involved, and why it's worth watching online for free. Let's get started!
The movie opens up in the modern world, twenty years after the events of the first film of the franchise. Snake eyes (GI Joe) is on the loose once again and this time he's wreaking havoc and chaos across the cities of New York and California. Worse still, he's responsible for destroying the Statue of Liberty and attacking the President of the United States. In order to catch this bad boy, two unlikely heroes rise from their humble origins in San Francisco - retired CIA agent Foxxy Pepper and a young street hustler with an uncanny resemblance to Bugs Bunny, namednuts Bill.
After spending a ton of time in the movies, I never expected to see the characters from G.I Joe: Snake Eyes: G.I. Joe Origins in the flesh, so I was surprised and thrilled when it happened. It's a pretty fast-paced movie that moves at a fast pace. The movie is filled with action, comedy, and spectacle, all of which are very entertaining. What makes it so great is that it manages to combine all of those things into one cohesive, enjoyable experience.
For those of you who haven't seen the first movie (and you should), it picks up immediately where the second left off, so let me quickly summarize the plot so you can catch up. Anyway, as soon as Snake Eyes (GI Joe) gets captured, his arch enemy, General Bleecker (Christoph Waltz), sends him to live in an underground prison complete with rat pets and guards that are out to get him. He soon finds out that he has a son named Jax (James Russo) who's also in the underground facility, and he must work with his son to escape.
One thing that I thought was really funny was when Snake Eyes would have to break out of his cell to get a pizza delivered to his mom's house, but when he does, he sees his mom acting suspiciously. So, instead of getting a pizza, he goes on a wild goose chase to figure out who's behind it all. This movie isn't for the kid at heart, but it is definitely a lot of fun for the older audiences that enjoyed the first movie. What you're going to love is how incredibly well choreographed this movie is, especially during the fight scenes. They look awesome, and they move at a really fast pace, making it hard to take your eyes off of them.