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Wild about Wilder -> RE: Ready For Transformers 4 AND 5? (19/10/2011 1:15:38 PM)

Can't you just imagine in 1-200 years time when people look back on the film History of 1 Michael Bay in the Movie Industry 1 word LOUD!




Emyr Thy King -> RE: Ready For Transformers 4 AND 5? (19/10/2011 10:49:28 PM)

Or perish the thought it'll all be Bay's "Transformers: RotF" with its ball-clanging in three-dimensional glory.




horribleives -> RE: Ready For Transformers 4 AND 5? (19/10/2011 11:10:22 PM)


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What was so hard about it? They were bringing Cybertron to Earth. Then intended to use humans as slave labour to rebuild it.

I don't understand how anyone could look to these films and say they don't understand them. What' to understand. Understand?


Use humans as slave labour to rebuild Cybertron? Great plan. We can't even build decent electric cars or trains that work when it snows but rebuild a super-advanced robot planet? In space? No problem.




We can't. Why assume, in a film where giant alien robots are brining their home planet into Earth's atmosphere, they couldn't? Cybertron is dead. There's nothing on it, and no way to create life going forward. Need slaves. Got a whole planet of humans to enslave. Job done.


So an entire race of super-advanced, highly intelligent machines who are so super-advanced and highly intelligent they can not only transform into absolutely ANYTHING you put in front of them but can also travel around the galaxy at will decide it would be easier to enslave a bunch of weak, puny, terrified, untrained, unadvanced humans with inferior intellect to take on the highly complex and no doubt mentally and physically taxing workload inherent in re-building a sodding PLANET rather than just use their super-advanced highly intelligent-ness to transform themselves into a even more super-advanced highly intelligent mega machine that could whip the job off in a matter of hours and still have time for extended coffee-breaks, an early finish and a skinful down the local?
You must be thinking of the Go-Bots, son [;)]




jodybriggs -> it's all downhill regardless (19/10/2011 11:47:11 PM)

I made a firm decision that Transformers 2 was the last one i'll be seeing and i've stuck to that. But Bay or not they'll just get progressively worse (if that's possible) ala batman, superman, Spiderman, etc, before it. it's not about making good movies, it's about making money, something Transformers seems to have no problem doing so i'd say settle in for at least another three instalments of this vacuous shit.




Deviation -> RE: Ready For Transformers 4 AND 5? (19/10/2011 11:59:30 PM)

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So an entire race of super-advanced, highly intelligent machines who are so super-advanced and highly intelligent they can not only transform into absolutely ANYTHING you put in front of them but can also travel around the galaxy at will decide it would be easier to enslave a bunch of weak, puny, terrified, untrained, unadvanced humans with inferior intellect to take on the highly complex and no doubt mentally and physically taxing workload inherent in re-building a sodding PLANET rather than just use their super-advanced highly intelligent-ness to transform themselves into a even more super-advanced highly intelligent mega machine that could whip the job off in a matter of hours and still have time for extended coffee-breaks, an early finish and a skinful down the local?
You must be thinking of the Go-Bots, son [;)]


Oddly enough, that was one of the most sensible ideas in that film.




Emyr Thy King -> RE: Ready For Transformers 4 AND 5? (20/10/2011 3:34:53 PM)

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ORIGINAL: MoBiUGeArSkIn

What was so hard about it? They were bringing Cybertron to Earth. Then intended to use humans as slave labour to rebuild it.

I don't understand how anyone could look to these films and say they don't understand them. What' to understand. Understand?


Use humans as slave labour to rebuild Cybertron? Great plan. We can't even build decent electric cars or trains that work when it snows but rebuild a super-advanced robot planet? In space? No problem.




We can't. Why assume, in a film where giant alien robots are brining their home planet into Earth's atmosphere, they couldn't? Cybertron is dead. There's nothing on it, and no way to create life going forward. Need slaves. Got a whole planet of humans to enslave. Job done.


So an entire race of super-advanced, highly intelligent machines who are so super-advanced and highly intelligent they can not only transform into absolutely ANYTHING you put in front of them but can also travel around the galaxy at will decide it would be easier to enslave a bunch of weak, puny, terrified, untrained, unadvanced humans with inferior intellect to take on the highly complex and no doubt mentally and physically taxing workload inherent in re-building a sodding PLANET rather than just use their super-advanced highly intelligent-ness to transform themselves into a even more super-advanced highly intelligent mega machine that could whip the job off in a matter of hours and still have time for extended coffee-breaks, an early finish and a skinful down the local?
You must be thinking of the Go-Bots, son [;)]


Even though some humans managed to back-engineer their technology in order to advance their technological progress. I suspect they didn't have the manpower to re-build Cybertron on their own and so decided that a race of expendable creatures with moderate intelligence could be adapted (as we have aptly done throughout our genesis) to suit their needs? Besides can you imagine amalgamating all those Cybertronians into one epic colossus of a machine and working out shift patterns? Who goes where? Who does what? For how long? Christ! I need to lie down and put a flannel on my face.

Gorgozoid: "Jeff! I'm doing some unpaid over-time here. Hurry up!" Jeff: "*unintelligble*...&*%%~'{]!"$"$%^^%&*$%" Gorgozoid: "You can play with your Trans-American train set later! Come-on!" RrRrRrRrRrRrRrRrRrRr *Jeff transforms into an aircraft and joins the work-shift*




horribleives -> RE: Ready For Transformers 4 AND 5? (20/10/2011 6:31:24 PM)


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ORIGINAL: Emyr Thy King

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ORIGINAL: MoBiUGeArSkIn


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ORIGINAL: superdan

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ORIGINAL: MoBiUGeArSkIn

What was so hard about it? They were bringing Cybertron to Earth. Then intended to use humans as slave labour to rebuild it.

I don't understand how anyone could look to these films and say they don't understand them. What' to understand. Understand?


Use humans as slave labour to rebuild Cybertron? Great plan. We can't even build decent electric cars or trains that work when it snows but rebuild a super-advanced robot planet? In space? No problem.




We can't. Why assume, in a film where giant alien robots are brining their home planet into Earth's atmosphere, they couldn't? Cybertron is dead. There's nothing on it, and no way to create life going forward. Need slaves. Got a whole planet of humans to enslave. Job done.


So an entire race of super-advanced, highly intelligent machines who are so super-advanced and highly intelligent they can not only transform into absolutely ANYTHING you put in front of them but can also travel around the galaxy at will decide it would be easier to enslave a bunch of weak, puny, terrified, untrained, unadvanced humans with inferior intellect to take on the highly complex and no doubt mentally and physically taxing workload inherent in re-building a sodding PLANET rather than just use their super-advanced highly intelligent-ness to transform themselves into a even more super-advanced highly intelligent mega machine that could whip the job off in a matter of hours and still have time for extended coffee-breaks, an early finish and a skinful down the local?
You must be thinking of the Go-Bots, son [;)]


Even though some humans managed to back-engineer their technology in order to advance their technological progress. I suspect they didn't have the manpower to re-build Cybertron on their own and so decided that a race of expendable creatures with moderate intelligence could be adapted (as we have aptly done throughout our genesis) to suit their needs? Besides can you imagine amalgamating all those Cybertronians into one epic colossus of a machine and working out shift patterns? Who goes where? Who does what? For how long? Christ! I need to lie down and put a flannel on my face.

Gorgozoid: "Jeff! I'm doing some unpaid over-time here. Hurry up!" Jeff: "*unintelligble*...&*%%~'{]!"$"$%^^%&*$%" Gorgozoid: "You can play with your Trans-American train set later! Come-on!" RrRrRrRrRrRrRrRrRrRr *Jeff transforms into an aircraft and joins the work-shift*


Hmm, you're right, I haven't thought it through.
I'll just stick to: why the fuck would a robot wear a cunting scarf?




cra1gs -> Thank god (20/10/2011 6:40:54 PM)

No Bay, maybe, just maybe this film might be good. The first was excellent. We all know what the second was like, so let's not go there. The third was only good for the last hour.

Without The worst director in the world (apart from Ratner) this might just be what we have all hoped for. Well I am.




Emyr Thy King -> RE: Ready For Transformers 4 AND 5? (20/10/2011 6:56:30 PM)

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Hmm, you're right, I haven't thought it through.
I'll just stick to: why the fuck would a robot wear a cunting scarf?


I would say to blend in but that would just be banal. Shall we just blame it on Bayism?




Swedle -> 1 was enough (21/10/2011 11:44:21 AM)

transformers 1 was actually a good film! even michael lets-blow-shit-up-and-make-money bay couldn't ruin it!
the second was painful, i've blocked it entirely from my memory, and i really think if i have to watch any more i'll lose all hope for humanity and go live in a cave




Wild about Wilder -> RE: 1 was enough (21/10/2011 5:17:37 PM)

Probably only good because the Knob-head wasn't taking it too seriously then it got great reviews made a ton of money and then he let it all go to his head.




walkef02 -> Pleased To See (21/10/2011 9:16:45 PM)

I'm pleased to see that I'm not the only one who passionately hates Bay's work on T'formers!? I've been tearing him to bits since the first one (yeah, it was OK, but still far from acceptable) and always met angry opposition. I'd like to see Jon Favreau have a go at the next installment. He was a risky yet inspired choice for Marvel, he could work the same magic for Hasbro/Paramount ???




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