Am the only one who doesnt want a full CGI sequel?

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  1. OptimusPancake

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    im sorry but I just wouldnt like that. I mean in space... i just dont think that would be the coolest.

    I mean yeah it would be cool in its own right, but like the whole concept of Transformers on earth is one of the reasons why I love the film so much.
     
  2. ErbFan28

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    I'd be fine either way. If they do a reboot, I do want most of the first two films on Earth
     
  3. rattimus prime

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    I think that without any humans, some of the Wow factor is gone, cause if they are all on Cybertron, they are no longer Giant Transforming Robots, they are just Transforming Robots of vaguely varying height, not so cool. And what would the story be? I dont think a 'Origin' story is needed for transformers, everyone knows enough of the basic story to get the gist, as much as i love Backstory, that should be saved for the comics. Also, Cost.
     
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    I don't see why you couldn't have shared this opinion in the already existing 'full-cgi movie' thread...

    Seriously, the Movie board is a mess lately!
     
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    I want robot vs robot battles and that means NO CGI movie about unicron or war for cybertron
     
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    I think there should be a full CGI TF movie.

    A Transformers: Prime feature-length film.

    Or maybe a Beast Wars relaunch.

    Nothing to do w/ Bayformers though.
     
  7. Mister Gone

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    Wasn't the last one fully CGI anyway? ;) 
     
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    If you were going with a story that didn't have humans or Earth in it then you'd be better off doing like DC does with the animated direct to video tie in animated films. Going full CGI with no human cast would just make the movie an insanely expensive cartoon.
     
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    I don't want a full CGI sequel. I want to see a live-action movie with TFs on Earth and with human allies, not a live-action full CGI film of TFs in space... and I'm sure most of the general public -- the non-TF fans who are only familiar with Bay's movies -- will feel the same way.

    I hate to say it, but if you guys really want TFs with no humans and set on Cybertron, you're only going to get that in the comics -- like Dreamwave's War Within and IDW's Stormbringer -- or in the War For Cybertron games. Let's keep the main TV and movie series the way they always have been... TFs coming to Earth, resuming their age-old war on Earth and dragging humans into the conflict.
     
  11. ColdRod

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    I dont want all CGI. You are not alone.

    I would be happy with more live action but with a different approach to the format of the story. Less OTT warzone, more personal action.
     
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    An entire "live action" CGI movie is never going to happen anyway, so don't worry about it.
     
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    I don't want it either, we need humans to keep in mind how big and powerful transformers are, to relate more to the characters.
     
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    How about a full cgi prequel!!!!
     
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    I love these "Am I the only one" threads...
     
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    You are not alone. I feel TFs is at it's worst when it's stories are set in space.
     
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    I want to see a sequel that takes place on Earth, but is told from the Transformers' perspective.
     

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