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Discussion in 'Transformers' started by Dope Nose, May 12, 2006.
reminds me of the batman mcdonalds commercials
It just hit me. Car dealers can use the Transformers movie for their business. It's actually brilliant, and makes sense.
Toys are not the only thing that want to sell
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Awesome Vid on how to look at the film properly
You need to delete that first vid
but thanks for posting. tee hee
megatron smacking optimus no joke
Pretty good overall. Yet I think he made some errors in talking about the original, I like his cander.
I think he missed one point. He asked "why call it Transformers if it's so drastically different from the original". His answer: to cash in on a franchise. The Real Answer: Because Hasbro has been doing that for twenty f***ing years now, get you're damn head out of the sand.
I mean seriously all these comparisons to the Transformers Generation One show have got to stop. It's not the only thing, nor is it the central thing to Transformers. Transformers is a toyline, it's popular due to the quality and novelty of it's toys...that's why it survived past the cancellation of Transformers G1, Transformers G2 and continued to make new and different properties for two decades running.
Hahaha. Cups name change was great ****Piece. Hahaha.
He had a lot of errors including the keith david thing and how he thinks the movie is gonna go.
Yeah...well I don't blame him for not knowing everything about a movie he hasn't had the chance to see yet. I still support his right to stay in ignorance to some of the film's finer points if he indeed wishes to preserve the "surprise" factor of going to the movies. Certainly nothing wrong with avoiding spoilers.
However, what I don't like is people who take misconceptions about a long running franchise and apply them to Transformers as a whole. There are some people out there, who because of B89, still think Joker actually murdered Bruce's parents. However, any Batfan can easily tell you this is not the case. The G1 cartoon was a large part in the start of the Transformers franchise, but any fan can tell you that these changes made in the movie are any different than the changes and evolution that Hasbro has been doing to the franchise since day 1 of that toyline's release. Those who mistake Transformers for something it isn't, a defunct show in the 80s, not only will be disappointed with the movie but everything Transformers has been since 1987....which is many things. Transformers was designed to sell toys of the same name, the toyline, not the show is what is central to the franchise and what has dictated it's direction for quiet some time. And if your aim is to create a movie celebrating this toyline then you have to try to encompass more than just one show, you have to capture the essence which involves everything from Transformers (G1) to Armada, to Beast Wars Neo.
Don't know if anyone has seen this before, but it's totally sweet Transformers vid.
Its super cool.
Hehehe, Transformers meets Saint Seiya!
Check out this video of the Transformers movie review. Its done as a cartoon, Funny stuff.
ROFL, Megan Fox should just transform into an arse, gold. Pretty funny review though.
a lil' somethin' i thought would be funny...
edit: if the video isn't showing here's a link...
Dorky needs to stay off the stuff...no?
psh...that 'stuff' is helping me get your drawing done, hehe.
A little outside inspiration never hurt anyone t:
I couldn't help it, I just had to.
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