Discussion in 'Transformers Movie Discussion' started by pie125, Jun 6, 2018.
God that host is uhhhhh annoying, but the cast look like they're pals, shame about the dumb android talking over them.
That kid's a dead ringer for Vin Diesel, They should have named his character Dom, and connected both franchises
When I saw him, I immediately had a flashback of a young Vin Diesel breakdancing.
Especially the host not mentioning that BB was a VW Bug 34 years ago when G1 debuted. . .
It’s like when I watched WatchMojo’s top 10 lists and they would go on how Energon was so much better than Rescue Bots & whatever. They got content creators trying to sound like authorities on topics they have no clue about. Like, “oh hey!! Rescue Bots is for preschoolers. Must not be that popular with the fans.
Oh hey! Energon is anime style & has big epic battles with the fate of the universe hanging in the balance. That sounds like the hot ticket!”
But no. They’re just blowing hot air. They know just enough to put together a short segment & that’s all.
Rescue Bots is a masterpiece of Transformers fiction.
True-that's because they don't research beforehand-it's basically the "news" version of Cliff's Notes, SMH. . . I recall when either ET or MTV was doing a segment on one of the earlier films, and the reporter stupidly (yeah, I said it) called the Autobot Symbol "The Optimus Prime symbol"-as if that symbol doesn't belong to a whole faction of mechanical beings . And it's not exclusive to shows like ET -I worked as a P.A. at a news station, and one reporter incorrectly stated something about a historical movie with a ton of truth in it. I approached her afterwards about it, claiming "It's NOT fiction". You know what she said? "Well, that's not what CBS said!" WTF???!!! I kid you not. The phrase android talking heads is damn right 99% of the time. . .
That just about made me spit-take.
It also proves 100fold the argument about how the last 5 films developed (if it can really be called that) OP and BB's characters at the expense of their Autobot brethren . . .
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