aint it cool news tf3 set visit

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  1. jetfire prime

    jetfire prime Do it now and do it loud

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    tf3 sounds very promising.
     
  3. Excelsior Prime

    Excelsior Prime Autobot Leader

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    It's a good thing Fat Harry didn't go over there...he might've eaten someone/something used in the production.

    That said, Fat Harry would be useful as a stand-in for a digital Unicron...
     
  4. Optimus Prime

    Optimus Prime Roll out! TFW2005 Supporter

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    Considering how AICN made it their personal crusade to rip the TF movies and fans of the movies to shreds, I'm surprised that there's a positive light to this report. I guess TF3 really is going to be freaking awesome. :bay 
     
  5. Regressor

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    Actually there were a lot of positive reviews for Transformers on AICN.

    And also AICN can't have a personal crusade it's not a person it's a site.
     
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    Optimus Prime Roll out! TFW2005 Supporter

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    I recall 95% of members and staff there being absolutely vicious towards the films and attacking anyone who said anything positive about the movies, hence my lumping the site's members into one entity. They might have changed since then, though; I haven't bothered with that site in a long time.
     
  7. Regressor

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    The second film probably.

    Here's Moriarity's review of the first film.

    Moriarty Makes First Contact With TRANSFORMERS! The Movie, The Comics, The Books & More! -- Ain't It Cool News: The best in movie, TV, DVD, and comic book news.

    There were more positive ones but I'm too lazy to look. ROTF reviews were all negative though.
     
  8. Poho

    Poho That's MISTER Poho to you

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    man. i am so excited. and envious. sounds like that guy had a totally awesome day.
     
  9. Regressor

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    And he said he'll post more.
     
  10. Dinobot Nuva

    Dinobot Nuva Johnny 3 Tears Veteran

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    Sounds like the writers for the Gawker networks to me, seems like no matter which news feed of their's I read there's always at least one of their writers sneaking in a jab at the films, to the point that it almost seems forced after this long. Guess its cool to hate or something.


    Nice to hear some positive reporting though, sounds like a blast.
     
  11. Ash from Carolina

    Ash from Carolina Junior Smeghead

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    The odd thing about Micheal Bay films is that sometimes the making of the film is actually more exciting than the finished film. Just about any making of you can find Bay just has this tremendous level of creative energy, it's sort of like something cool and exciting is going on all the time.

    Throw in that Bay is not afraid to dream big when it comes to stunts and still doing much of the stunt work as hard effects instead of putting in so much of the action in post production CGI.

    So yea something would have to really be wrong with you not to get excited about a set visit. Honestly if Bay said do want to see us blow up something cool then who in their right mind wouldn't want to see the master of film explosions at work.

    I'm just not sure if there is any correlation though between an exciting set and a great movie. There were lots of promising things during the filming of Revenge of the Fallen but all of it didn't turn into great film. We know the action should be pretty darn solid, but what about all the bits in between that move the story to the action.
     

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