Re: The Transformers:Revenge Of The Fallen user review thread
Originally Posted by Shivsguy616
Okay, alot of things just seemed a bit pointless and underexplained.
A couple huge plot holes though;
The primes supposidly sacrificed their lives to form a casing around the matrix so the fallen could never get it. Well, bumblebee breaks through that casing with ease, rendering it pointless.
Also, the sun destroying machine is built into the pyramid, a structure which has been meticulously excavated for decades.
Maybe it was like something that has been seen time and time again. In Sorcer's/Philosophers Stone, magic kept those that were looking for it from getting it. So, Harry was able to get the stone where Voldemort could not. Maybe the Matrix is only protected against the Fallen because he is the only one that wants it. Would that be the same thing? That theme has been seen in a ton of novels and movies...the Sword and the Stone for another example.
"You can leave a penny, you can't take a penny. You can leave a penny anytime. You have to spend $10 to take a penny. Store policy."
"Since when has this been store policy?"
"Uh, since my boss made up the policy. You gonna pay? You're holding up my line of one other person. You can't afford your milk, step aside. What, daddy didn't give you enough milk money? Little baby gonna cry about it? Just step aside."
And that is how Uncle Ben dies.