: Older Tweens and Teens Buzz Factor
: Even though critics panned the first "G.I. Joe" in 2009, it made more than $300 million worldwide, making this sequel inevitable. Starring Channing Tatum and with supporting appearances from Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson and Bruce Willis, this is sure to again appeal to tween boys and anyone interested in military action adventures. But, like the first one, it promises to be a lot more violent than the younger kids who play with G.I. Joe toys are ready for. —Common Sense Media
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