Discussion in 'Transformers Movie Discussion' started by bellpeppers, Aug 10, 2017.
... an awesome 80's soundtrack.
Make it happen.
If they use anything from the 86 movie - especially Stan Bush - then I'm gone lose it XD (in a good way)
could be cool, or it could come off as a Gaurdians Ripoff if they play it up too hard.
It's going to take place in the 80s, seems only natural that it would have an 80s soundtrack. Being a GoTG rip off would mean it took place in the present/future but still had throw back music.
gimme some of that synthy-synthwave and outrun vibes
That's true, if it happens naturally in the film that would be good.
I hope he radio samples Ali's "Sting Like a Bee" as a nice tie in to when he says it in TLK.
Make Bee dance like Michael Jackson
*Take On Me Plays In The Background.*
As long as they dont play bonnie tyler holding out for a hero
Provided by none other then Blaster, making his debut in this series!
Gimme Mr. Roboto by Styx, please. That'll make me supremely happy.
That would actually be cool
I think the one thing it needs is a virus that kills the human race.
Awesome 80's soundtrack yes...
With an actual soundtrack scored by daft punk like the tron legacy soundtrack that kicked so much ass! cuz I doubt we're gonna get jablonsky this time.
They need a third gen Camaro.
I don't think people would call it a rip off. Atomic Blond had a great 80's soundtrack because it was set in 80's Berlin and I haven't heard anyone claim it ripped off Guardians.
I haven't heard anyone talk about that movie period
That's like people claiming the Decepticon intros in TLK were Suicide Squad rip-offs. That type of introduction has been used long before Suicide Squad and will be used long after
It's been real popular with my Facebook friends. It's not a movie that going to contend for the top box office spot but the demographic they were aiming for really loves it.
But with a budget of $30 million it wasn't a movie that had to appeal to everyone or aim the advertising outside of the target demographic. It was already sitting at $38 million domestic going into this third weekend of release.
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