Discussion in 'Transformers Movie Discussion' started by megachin, Jul 2, 2011.
Did you guys fell sad in the scene where autobots get exiled ?
Right before they left, yes a little. I knew they would be back but the speech by Optimus made it sad.
i knew they were coming back so no.
Even though I knew they were going to come back, I couldn't help but feel the emotion of the scene. For some reason I was brough back to that first encounter in the alley where Optimus bends down and asks Sam's name and the first time he saw Bumblebee. It just felt crazy to think that it was all over after all they had been through.
And when Bumblebee turned around to say goodbye a few girls in the theater went "aww" so even the general audience felt impacted by the scene
I don't mind admitting I was sad at that moment. I had no idea whatsoever where the movie was headed as I saw it 100% spoiler-free. I think it was the amazing Jablonsky score that touched all the right notes.
This. But still I wonder where the heck they went if they didn't go on the ship... Did they all drive around the back undetected?
The Wreckers built the ship, they probably installed a hatch or something.
They hid inside the Space Shuttle rocket boosters which would have separated.
Essentially tuned them into escape pods.
sense it was obvious they would be back not at all
It's a sad scene, but we all knew they were coming back. I mean, seriously, there's no legitimate suspense in those scenes.
Eh..not really. I knew from the start they were going to escape.
I knew they were going to be back, but I couldn't help feeling a little sad.
I had very similar emotions during this scene.
I knew it was a very sad scene to general audience though I knew they'd be back since I can't avoid spoilers.
A little. When Sam hunched over crying it got to me.
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