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murphyz Said,
July 20th, 2007 @4:47 am  

I’m just waiting for them to ruin Thundercats. Although a live action version of Cheetara may be hotter than she was even in the cartoon – depending on who was cast.


Lexi_Long Said,
July 20th, 2007 @6:15 pm  

I went into the theater knowing that this movie wouldn’t be the same as what we’ve experienced when we were kids. These Transformers are a new incarnation for the new generations of kids buying Hasbro’s toys. I accepted this and went into the theater not having my hopes too high. But I enjoyed it. I liked everything about it except for Starscream’s design. His combat scenes were great, imo, but I can’t get over how ugly he is.

How I feel about the new Transformers movie is how I felt about the DOOM movie “I’m not going to even hope for hollywood to satisfy my fangirlism of these awesome franchises. Therefore expectations will remain low.” So far that mantra has worked out for me. I haven’t regretted buying my movie tickets yet. 😛

July 22nd, 2007 @4:09 am  

The worst part was when they were hiding outside of his house from his parents. They were just acting stupid… not the Transformers that I know. Trying to make them act funny did not work for me.

There were some good action scenes with some of the best cgi to date. But I agree with your post about Hollywood ruining these classic stories.

July 25th, 2007 @10:45 am  

Tell me about it, I’m still trying to get over the fact that in the Transformers movie they turned Bumblebee into a Chevy Camaro!

August 13th, 2007 @9:52 pm  

On the 1. i think that they had to set up a bit of the plot for the first part. There are going to be three movies and so i hope as well that they get more into the robots in the coming additions.

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