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Discussion in 'Movies/TV' started by Gunny, Feb 7, 2011.
you people may say the first 2 was dumb, but money talks and they made a lot of it.
Which is really unfortunate.
I thought the first one was good. The second was bad, I did not even finish watching it. I will probably wait until it comes out on DVD/Blu-ray
The first one was really good. Number 2 didn't suck but it was definitely worse. They tried too hard. The 3rd and reportedly final one may be the best of all. NO MEAGAN FOX
Megan Fox should just go straight to porn. She's not being hired for her acting talent, and she's not being pursued in the press for her interesting insights. The most honest role she ever took was as Bertha's niece (or whatever) in Two And a Half Men, which was basically a teen softcore porn episode.
That trailer was a tease if I've ever seen one. I liked the first two Transformer's movies, I'm all about action when it comes to movies. I'll certainly see this.
I've said it before and I'll say it again, but who goes to Transformers directed by Michael Bay and expects to see an actual quality movie?
You shouldn't judge all movies on the same scale. Was Transformers a cheesy, badly-acted, ridiculously-plotted movie? Yes. However, the only question you should ask when deciding if a Transformers movie is "good" or not is "did it have giant robots fighting other giant robots" and were those robots and their fights entertaining... it hit the mark on that one.
There's a time for sophistication, and there's a time for ridiculous robots smashing each other. Guess which one the Transformers franchise is going for? If you don't want that, why would you pay to see it?
I don't care about his overuse of choppers in the sunset, I defiantly am not thinking about the Bad Boys series during any movies other than one of the Bad Boy movies. We all do the same thing here, use what we know, and argue it to death... Transformers is a fun franchise to see in an IMAX.
I thought the IMAX version was really hard to watch. The scenes went from widescreen to full-screen in the same action sequence, depending on which camera angle they used. Very distracting.