Snake Eyes (2021)

Seeing his father killed as a child, Snake Eyes has never stopped searching for his father’s murderer. Willing to do anything for revenge, Snake Eyes takes a job with a Yakuza leader who promises him his father’s killer. Snake Eyes will uncover much more than just his personal path as his story to join GI Joe unfolds.

JJ talks the movie he wished they had made. Javier takes a stab at Marvel and the naming convention in this movie. Ian’s passion is ignited by his opinions of this movie. Mattson has questions and can’t understand why no one can hit anything in this movie.

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2 comments on “Snake Eyes (2021)

  1. Alec Burgess says:

    Aww man, I was really hoping for a classic game of “would you rather” with Javier during this episode. I think it would’ve been pure gold. I did really like JJs comment where the big movie franchises seem to all try to mimic Marvel and it’s just not working for them. It worked for Marvel because it was their idea and they had incredible star power to kick it off i.e. Robert Downey Jr. trying to copy them just doesn’t work and I would really like to see studios develop their own method instead of just copying Marvel and hoping it sticks. As always, love the episode and can’t wait for the next one!!

    1. JJ Crowder says:

      Haha I think we were all expecting Javier to defend this movie more than he did so we forgot to play. It’s kind of a shame (and yet not) that he missed out on Black Widow cause that would have been the best would you rather ever lol. Completely agree. For as ground breaking and amazing as the MCU has been it has also caused a serious issue, especially with anything that could be made into a connected universe but with most action movies in general it feels like they have to push the envelope on the crazy factor and they really shouldn’t because Marvel gets away with it because they earned it. Say what you will about the whole universe, but the original few movies were pretty grounded outside of the things that can’t be helped, i.e. Hulk and Thor. Anyway, it is too bad that Snake Eyes went the route that it did.

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