What goes on in the mind of Lanipator?
You're kidding right? this was by far the WORST of the three. The first one was good, the second one sucked, and this one was total garbage, way worse than the second. The new girl WAS better than Megan Fox, but that didn't help much
Every part in the movie with the new girl i felt it would go better with megan fox just cause she has been there all along and would make more sense
Megan Fox wasn't removed for plot reasons. She was removed because Spielberg had her fired.
I liked this one, it had a little better plot then the second one, more bad guys even if they were essentially Terminator Clone robots with the exception of the named bad guys. Also, Leonard Nimoy voiced Sentinel Prime. You can't get a much better guy associated with Sci/Fi anything than him.As for the whole thing with Megan Fox vs. Hot British Girl, I'm fine either way. The role of the hot girl in these films doesn't add or detract to the overall plot beyond having some T&A thrown in every so often.I got to say too, that during the entire 2 1/2 hr. length of the movie I was never bored and it never felt for a second that long of a movie.I would give this on a scale of 1-10 an 8. Good action, decent plot, action scenes were good. Not a bad film I'd say.
The one thing that Megan Fox's character would have brought to the table was the Megatron scene. The one were the new girl calls him a coward and coaxs him to fight SP. Fox's character knew Megatron so her calling him someone's Bitch would have made more sense.Pattypockets
There were energy readers in the beginning of the movie that sense Alien energy that is why they couldn't use the replace people thing you said, Optimis narrated that it was placed on locations needed to help the humans
you REALLY need to see Super 8 before it leaves theaters. I really want to see your review for it
whens the next outside the otaku?!?!?!?!?!?!
Yeah. I'd love you to do another DBZ movie.
Whoo a fellow Riffie! Err... no no that sounds like a date rape drug... I'd say MSTie, but there's no guarantee on that I guess even if you do watch Rifftrax... <_< Okay... getting into ramble territory now.... WHOO!
I'm glad someone pointed it out. The thing is the "they broke up" line is no way to dispose of a character, especially if she was vested in the storylines of the last 2 films. If she was an ancillary character in the second one, I could excuse it, but since they shoehorned her in as Sam's armcandy, it was a terrible sendoff, especially since this large scale crisis is occurring yet she is nowhere to be seen...(cont)
For example, I have to refer to Dragon Ball Z. After Namek, Yamcha and Bulma break up. But he still shows up to face the androids (even though he is obviously outclassed). Even though he was heavily vested in a large part of the series (well at least DB), he still got a role to play.They should have killed her though some medical problem, which suggests that these guys are still human, despite working with advanced alien robots, much like the wheelchair bound character of Chip from the original cartoon. The pretenders were something which should have been the basis for the Brit chick. She should have been a pretender sent to infiltrate Sam, but then have a change of heart, like several Decepticons before her...(cont)
Honestly, I wish they flipped the script and had DOTM occur before ROTF. Would have made some more sense about the whole moon thing, especially since ROTF saw many trips to and from Cybertron. Plus as a narrative, it makes a bit more sense. Why would any humans work with an organization who once tried to DESTROY THE SUN. Plus, the story could have had the essentially destroyed Megatron limp back to Cybertron, claimed loyalty to the Fallen in order to get rebuilt into Galvatron. When the Fallen hears of Sentinel Prime's death, he then is inclined to jump into battle (which would explain why he wasn't in the first film AT ALL). Since only a Prime can kill him (for some reason), he was intimidated by Sentinel Prime, but not so much by Optimus.