Discussion in 'Transformers Movie Discussion' started by ChrisLHanssen, Mar 23, 2009.
What is the type of vehicle is Bonecrusher in the movie?
A Force Protection Buffalo Mine Protected Clearance Vehicle.
That is an actual vehicle. I never seen anything like that till the movie.
Yep, though they did modify the scoop thing to be larger.
It's known as an MRAP (Mine Resistant Ambush Protected). Been on and around them. they are huge, and just ooze "ain't nothing hurtin' me".
IED Destroyed, all five occupants survived
What country uses that vehicle in real life?
Well thanks for the Wikipedia Entry.
United States - 200
Canada/Canadian Forces - 5, plus an additional 15 for delivery in 2009
France - 5 to be delivered November 2008
Italy - 6 vehicles
United Kingdom - 14 to be delivered at the end of 2009.
I guess BC tried to transform after OP cut his head off.
man just look at the debris field around the truck!
ROTFLMAOthat was funny.
It's fucked up that a vehicle like that even needs to exist.
It saves lives and that what counts.
Alright, who farted?
and also gave birth to a human. wait, did prime stab bc w/ a sword or something else.
Man, BC can never catch a break.
He must have hated that.
I really wish he could get a Voyager class toy. He was easily my favorite design from the first movie, and even though his Deluxe was fairly good, just looking at other Voyager figures I can only imagine how much nicer a big version of him would've been. Oh well.
This is what he is
and here is a wuote from the page
The Buffalo appeared as the vehicle aspect of the Decepticon Bonecrusher in the movie Transformers (2007). Production designer Jeff Mann stated, "We found this image of a mine-sweeping vehicle that had a huge arm with what appeared to be a fork on the end. So we called the people who owned it, hoping there was a chance we could rent it or buy it, but when we got the data, it turned out the fork was only 14 inches (360 mm) wide—they had totally cheated the whole thing in Photoshop.... We had to make an appliance to fit over the existing arm, that wouldn’t bounce around too much because it was about 10 feet (3.0 m) wide.
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