Ian wrote:I think I posted a link to it when it first came out. I'm not a big fan of the movie though. The only thing Transformers about it is the name. They should have titled it "Independence Day 2 - Attack Of Big Ass Robots".
Well said. This is going to be like the "Wing Commander" movie --ack, I wish I'd never seen that. Scarring experience.JamieW wrote:The impending doom that is the TF movie is a bigger debacle than the X-Men movies. They will make use of our knowledge of TF but not ANY of the existing histories. They will in fact use our knowledge while in conflict with logic simply because it is easier. For example, one initial concept of Soundwave was that he be a helicopter. There's no point in calling that character Soundwave. Last tell, they were also going to have both a Devastator and a Bonecrusher character. Devastator was formed from six other robots, one of which was Bonecrusher, thus these characters don't make sense.
Then there is the retarded mixing of humans from multiple TF series. There's really no point in doing this at all except to once again, simply try to cannibalize knowledge while screwing the actual history to no real benefit except to be able to steal the TF label. And then what we do know of the story makes almost no sense, randomly sampling phrases from the TF universe and mashing them together into something rather inane. This is as much a Transformers movie as Tenacious D was.
Ian wrote:I think the scariest part about the TF movie is that they're already planning to make this into a trilogy. There is already talk about Unicron being in a future movie.
Wesociety wrote:Ack! I did not realize that they were going to Trash the Transformers with a screwy plot and mutated characters.
I was looking forward to this flick until I read this thread.
Ian wrote:Here's Optimus Prime from the new movie.
I'm kidding. It's some idiot at a Saints game.
Fans rejoice, the movie gods have listen to you, okay maybe it was just Michael Bay and Steven Spielberg who listened, but word is that Frank Welker will be the leader of the Decepticons, Megatron.
Multiple studio sources have confirmed to the IESB that Frank Welker is days away from signing on the dotted line to voice our beloved robotic villain of the 80’s, Megatron, in the upcoming Michael Bay film Transformers.
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