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#27 Jun 24 2009 at 12:42 PM Rating: Good
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#28 Jun 24 2009 at 12:42 PM Rating: Excellent
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The reviews for this are hilarious to read, especially Roger Eberts.
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#29 Jun 24 2009 at 12:52 PM Rating: Default
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Roger Ebert Optimus Pwn'd the movie... Sad thing is, I'm probably gunna see it anyway... Sigh... =P

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#30 Jun 24 2009 at 1:22 PM Rating: Good
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I like how the picture says, "Megan Fox and Sam Witwicky..." Smiley: oyvey

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#31 Jun 24 2009 at 2:03 PM Rating: Decent
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Just got back from seeing his and honestly I cant think of a worse film Ive seen this year. Only positive thing I can say about this is is thats its better than the original which i scored 1/10 on imdb, this one gets a 4 from me. Its just boring unless you like fighting robots then I guess you will love it.
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#32 Jun 24 2009 at 2:30 PM Rating: Good
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Saw it just now.

I'm a huge fan of the series, and I very much enjoyed the movie. It did drag a little, especially the whole Egypt thing, but I thought it was awesome.

Little less Megan Fox, little more Arcee next time plox. Hubba hubba.
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#33 Jun 24 2009 at 2:42 PM Rating: Good
Anyone who went to see this movie should already be armed with the knowledge that there is no plot. Its ultimately going to be about robot fighting and if you thought otherwise then you need to kill yourself. That being said, I loved the movie.

Edited, Jun 24th 2009 6:42pm by Araxius
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#34 Jun 24 2009 at 3:09 PM Rating: Decent
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I refuse to pay for this movie. The first transformers was incredibly horrible and this one only sounds worse. I realize a certain amount of chuckling can be provoked for judging a movie I haven't seen, but gold transmuting into jello would be a less significant change than the sequel turning into a decent movie.

It's not just the **** writing. **** writing can be acceptable in certain situations. The problem is that for what is supposed to be an action movie touting its special effects Tranformers looks like shizno. The special effects all look very expensive, but none of it looks very good. It's like someone spent a trillion dollars modeling the most realistic looking computer generated blade of grass ever made and said "Look how amazing this is!" I don't give a **** how much you spent. The action sequences were boring and uninspired. The robots are exactly like Ebert described, a collection of scrap metal barely resembling anything.

I don't understand why so many people like this movie. I can understand ignoring ****** story for good special effects, but I can't understand ignoring ****** story for ****** special effects. I've seen independent films with better actions sequences.
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Anyone who went to see this movie should already be armed with the knowledge that there is no plot. Its ultimately going to be about robot fighting and if you thought otherwise then you need to kill yourself. That being said, I loved the movie.


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#36 Jun 24 2009 at 3:30 PM Rating: Decent
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One thing that really stuck out to me about this movie... Did it seem to anyone else like they skimped on the sound effects? I mean, I'm all for not having my ear drums blown out every time a giant robot slams into a building, but seriously... I recall several instances where there was a large explosion or something that should have made a big boom, and the noise was absent; meanwhile, Optimus Prime's speaking voice rang through the theater clear as day. It's great that we could hear him clearly, but it just seemed weird how they skipped so many sound effects.
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One thing that really stuck out to me about this movie... Did it seem to anyone else like they skimped on the sound effects? I mean, I'm all for not having my ear drums blown out every time a giant robot slams into a building, but seriously... I recall several instances where there was a large explosion or something that should have made a big boom, and the noise was absent; meanwhile, Optimus Prime's speaking voice rang through the theater clear as day. It's great that we could hear him clearly, but it just seemed weird how they skipped so many sound effects.


Well I'm seeing it in 65 minutes... So I can't give an opinion on that until then... I'll post after the show though. =P
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Myakyu wrote:
Codyy wrote:
One thing that really stuck out to me about this movie... Did it seem to anyone else like they skimped on the sound effects? I mean, I'm all for not having my ear drums blown out every time a giant robot slams into a building, but seriously... I recall several instances where there was a large explosion or something that should have made a big boom, and the noise was absent; meanwhile, Optimus Prime's speaking voice rang through the theater clear as day. It's great that we could hear him clearly, but it just seemed weird how they skipped so many sound effects.


Well I'm seeing it in 65 minutes... So I can't give an opinion on that until then... I'll post after the show though. =P
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Now it's all you'll notice. I'm sorry.


You best be sorry!!! >.<'
Seriously though, no worries... We'll see what happens =)
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#40 Jun 24 2009 at 6:42 PM Rating: Excellent
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The new Star Trek Movie blows all of those other movies out of the water.

There's no need to have been a Trekkie, or just a follower of any of the series, or to have seen any of the original series. This is just simply the best science fiction movie that's been made for years. I spent the first hour and a half with goose-bumps going up and down my body.
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#41 Jun 24 2009 at 6:45 PM Rating: Good
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I never really had an interest for Star Trek, but my friend got me to watch the movie. I was not disappointed Smiley: thumbsup

Also, I wouldn't mind watching the new Transformers. I rarely watch movies for the plot anyway. That's what books and anime are for.
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#42 Jun 24 2009 at 8:09 PM Rating: Decent
Star Trek has a decent plot, but I don't know if it surpasses Constructicons. P.S. Usagi find some decent Transformer models for me to buy.
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#43 Jun 24 2009 at 9:44 PM Rating: Decent
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OK... Just got back from the movie.

First of all:
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The new Star Trek Movie blows all of those other movies out of the water.

There's no need to have been a Trekkie, or just a follower of any of the series, or to have seen any of the original series. This is just simply the best science fiction movie that's been made for years. I spent the first hour and a half with goose-bumps going up and down my body.


I am certainly not a Trekkie, though I have watched a couple old episodes of the show because I was bored and Shatner is awesome. =P Either way, I really enjoyed Star Trek. It was a well put together film; the acting was great, the plot was great, well directed, and the CGI and soundcrews really did an awesome job. =)

That being said;

Transformers... Better than I expected after reading a couple reviews and hearing things about it on here this morning. It still was only an average movie... I heard that the fight scenes look like a cluttered mess, but what really was more irritating to me was that they put a bunch of columns and broken walls in front of that cluttered mess most of the time. Add a shaky, fast-moving camera, and it makes it even more confusing to watch. John Turturro was funny, but some of the jokes throughout the movie fell flat. Also, there were a ton of really annoying voices on some of those robots... I felt like if more scenes were left on the cutting room floor, it could have been a much better movie, and maybe even a pretty good one... =)

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#44 Jun 24 2009 at 9:46 PM Rating: Good
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It's because John Turturro is the freakin' man.
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#45 Jun 24 2009 at 10:24 PM Rating: Decent
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The robots are exactly like Ebert described, a collection of scrap metal barely resembling anything.


This is one of the only two downsides I'll agree with. I would have liked it more if autobots weren't made of a bunch of scrap parts that you could just absorb to make yourself more awesome <.<;

The fight scenes were also a problem in one and two, but it's not that big of a problem. I had to focus on the fight scenes to follow them, but I was able to follow them. To me that's slightly more win than it is loss. It has you on the edge of your seat so that you're not missing anything.
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#46 Jun 24 2009 at 11:42 PM Rating: Excellent
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Just got back from seeing his and honestly I cant think of a worse film Ive seen this year. Only positive thing I can say about this is is thats its better than the original which i scored 1/10 on imdb, this one gets a 4 from me. Its just boring unless you like fighting robots then I guess you will love it.


This is basically the entire point. If you go into a Transformers film expecting anything other than some giant robots fighting each other, you will be disappointed. I mean, I don't rent The Piano expecting to see giant robots fighting, and then complain afterwards that the movie had no giant robots in it.

I can understand why you wouldn't like the film, but don't pretend that it's the film's fault. It has never advertised itself as anything other than a giant robot smackdown with as little plot as necessary to tie the giant robot fights together.
#47 Jun 25 2009 at 2:40 AM Rating: Good
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I scrolled over it, and I totally called that so it's cool... =P

And Megan Fox, she's gorgeous; but I'm a girl... So yeah... =/


Girls go ***** over Megan all the time.

But Seriously, I saw it in Imax today and I was really impressed. I go to movies to be entertained, not look for some epic story or anything. I admit that it was kind of drawn out and dry at times, but it entertains you for the most part.
#48 Jun 25 2009 at 4:41 PM Rating: Default
Saw it about a week ago.

I loved it, some parts of it were so funny...stone mum at uni? LOL

Today I bought a mini Bumblebee toy for my desk today, it looks pretty cool. I would like a metal version, but this one will do for now. =D
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#49 Jun 25 2009 at 4:53 PM Rating: Good
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Saw it today, deeply offended by the twins, preferred bipedal Devastator to quadruped version with balls of steel (ha), annoyed that Megaton was willingly serving someone without trying to overthrow him, also annoyed that they ripped off Terminator.

Btw, anyone recognize the other 2 Constructicons? I thought I saw all 6 form Devastator then they show up.
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#50 Jun 26 2009 at 6:53 AM Rating: Good
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I loved it, some parts of it were so funny...stone mum at uni? LOL


That part would have been funnier if she actually acted stoned... Then again, where can I get brownies that do that work like that..? Haha =P
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Everyone ******* about the first Transformers having too much people, not enough robots. Well, this movie delivered on that request. Wasn't a fan of the "Twins" being there for ********* comedy relief.

Also, I'm pretty sure Galkaman is ***. Less Megan Fox? Her sweaty tits in Egypt while running were fantastic.
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