"Julia" and "G.I. Joe"

Tuesday, August 11, 2009

This past weekend, just-released "G.I. Joe: The Rise of Cobra" took in about $30 million more than just-released "Julie and Julia." We discuss the public hunger to see "Joe,"despite the damning reviews, with a moviegoer who really cares: 10-year-old Detroit resident Grant Headlee. We also get the critics' take from Ben Fritz, Los Angeles Times staff reporter.

Watch the G.I. Joe trailer to get a glimpse for yourself.


Ben Fritz and Grant Headlee


Sitara Nieves

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