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    Transformers Movie appreciation thread!

    Just saw it today!
    I won't say it was super, fantastic, superkalifragelisticexpealdoeshious, or anything like that, but... I have to say...
    that I, myself, personally ABSOLUTELY LOVED IT!
    I can't comprehend how much good it was for me! I was totally in love, like with a hot girl, but replace the girl with movie, although that girl in the movie was damn hawt.

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    I see a sequel in the horizon!....

    LONG LIVE YOKO KANNO!!!
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    It's probably one of very few Michael Bay movies that I like!!! It's that good!!!

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    looking forward from eveyone's responses, but I was majorly disappointed.
    It starts well, but after half way the action gets tedious, the character's arent fleshed out as well and the plot is thin.
    The special effects are brilliant, although the robot designs are too complicated imo, you get the feeling the detail is just there for details sake.

    The coolest bit's were the military against the deceptacons in the desert, and the slow mo's were done awesomely.
    Major cons against it

    :it goes way too long, I was getting bored during the action scenes and wanted to rest my eyes, the action never slow's down and it gets boring and samey.
    :the action scenes looked like 50 short cuts rather than one massive battle, and the designs in the deceptacons look similar to the autobots and its hard seeing who is who.

    :lame characters/actors - personally I found the main actor Sam to be a generic lame actor, the girl/love interest came across as boring cliche'd, and not as hot as I would have liked:p

    see it at the movies, because it will look lame as on dvd

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    Man...You must be hard to please.

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    Quote Originally Posted by seba_boi View Post
    I see a sequel in the horizon!....
    They're already signed for the sequel.
    We all know how it goes with sequels though...

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    We all know how it goes with sequels though...
    "Shrek the Third," anyone?

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    Quote Originally Posted by AlexC View Post
    looking forward from eveyone's responses, but I was majorly disappointed.
    It starts well, but after half way the action gets tedious, the character's arent fleshed out as well and the plot is thin.
    The special effects are brilliant, although the robot designs are too complicated imo, you get the feeling the detail is just there for details sake.

    The coolest bit's were the military against the deceptacons in the desert, and the slow mo's were done awesomely.
    Major cons against it

    :it goes way too long, I was getting bored during the action scenes and wanted to rest my eyes, the action never slow's down and it gets boring and samey.
    :the action scenes looked like 50 short cuts rather than one massive battle, and the designs in the deceptacons look similar to the autobots and its hard seeing who is who.

    :lame characters/actors - personally I found the main actor Sam to be a generic lame actor, the girl/love interest came across as boring cliche'd, and not as hot as I would have liked:p

    see it at the movies, because it will look lame as on dvd
    wait wait wait wait...are you saying...a movie about the transformers..was thin on plot?

    Are you...trying to say...that ...this wasn't academy award level acting, such seen that for years to come, this will be hailed as one our generation's opus's, or possibly---the only movie of any worth that came from humanity itself???

    I DON'T BELIEVE YOU SIR, FOR YOU I SAY, SPEAKETH BLASPHEMY!!!

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    I saw it tonight at 0.00 AM
    Really liked it.
    I understand what AlexC means with the transformers having a bit too much detail. But it didn't really bother me. Just sometimes it was hard to see what's going on.
    Long and cool movie, nice story.

    Oh, and I thought the songs the car played in the beginning were hilarious. ^^

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    Quote Originally Posted by NoŽ View Post
    Oh, and I thought the songs the car played in the beginning were hilarious. ^^
    Haha, yeah. Bumblebee sure knew how to set the mood. 8)

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    Quote Originally Posted by rustikof View Post
    wait wait wait wait...are you saying...a movie about the transformers..was thin on plot?

    Are you...trying to say...that ...this wasn't academy award level acting, such seen that for years to come, this will be hailed as one our generation's opus's, or possibly---the only movie of any worth that came from humanity itself???

    I DON'T BELIEVE YOU SIR, FOR YOU I SAY, SPEAKETH BLASPHEMY!!!
    I am entitled to my opinion just as much as you are.
    For God's sake, they spent 144 million dollars on it, they could at least hire some decent actors, but most importantly, think of the children

    I never mentioned I didnt like the movie, its entertainment, I was merely highlighting some of the movie's flaws

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    I just saw it. It was fraking awesome. Pure eye candy goodness. It's obviously a blockbuster but it was pretty sweet for a movie about loud bangs. Some parts were funny, some pretty cool cgi and the parts that were cheesy ... well they were handled better that I expected. I like bumblebee and bonecrusher So yeah ... go see it if you like that sort of stuff.

    I posted this in the other pooh pooh thread too sorry

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