It seems as the movies have gone on, from the first, to the second, to the third, the complaints about them have only increased and the divisions among the fans have grown wider - there are those who vehemently defend DotM, those who find fault. I'm among those who found much fault with DotM. My opinion of the films has gone down with each one. I'd hazard to say the first is probably the best received. If anything, I'd say criticism of it would focus on not enough TFs, not enough TF action, which was probably a result of it being the "introduction" movie. But was there a sign of problems to come in the first movie? A scene that would lead to stuff like Skids and Mudflap, robotic "testicles," and - culminating in DotM - nearly every human character being off their rocker, childish humor and, worst of all, "Wang." I'm referring to a scene in the first movie that as far as I see it could've been and should've been cut. It had no place in the movie, did nothing for the story and would not have been missed in the least. Of what do I refer? "Are you eyeing my piece, fiddy cent?" That was just one damn awkward scene and completely pointless. As I thought about it, it hit me that perhaps that one scene was a sign of bad things to come. And not only did they come, they were amplified.