Discussion in 'Transformers Movie Discussion' started by Smashs, Jun 1, 2017.
This all wouldn't happened if Rodrigo didn't interfere in all this. I HATE RODRIGO
Plot twist: Rodrigo is Fig from the first movie
Daytrader carries so much crap that I don't believe that to actually be part of his transformation.
Megatron actually DOES use only half of his battle mask as seen in the concept art here
he uses it in this scene here;
When he first meets Quintessa, Optimus throws his shield to the side, then he is seen with it in the next shot, followed by the shield to be nowehere in sight in the next shot.
In the end credits when they are mentioning the songs used in the film, "Torches" is credited twice.
Because QUINTESSA IS DEH GREAT DECIEVA
Well there were two different versions weren't there? The Chinese (was that the language?) and the English version. Maybe they're both used and both credited?
Nope. The 2 credits remain exactly the same.
After Optimus Prime crash landed on Cybertron he was trashed and burned-out and one of his pipes was missing.
But when approaching Earth, he was complete and shiny again. Which means, Quitessa wasn't only abusing him with those electric shocks. She was healing him.
Or it simply was an error in animation, which happens every now and then in these movies.
The little toy robot upon the space agency guy's table dances to the song for maybe two seconds. Later the whole song plays aa the credits roll. Two uses, two credits are recognized.
Thats not how it works, though. If it is the same song, it should not have to be repeated twice.
For example, in the first film, "What I've Done" plays in the background while Sam drops off Mikaela at her house, and then at the end of the film. Regardless, it is only credited once.
I don't know if the copyright laws and requirements changed, between ten years ago, and now, but I wouldn't be surprised.
If it is a genuine typo, I wouldn't be surprised either.
A good detail for reality's sake:
Izabella coughs, and sticks her tongue out, with a sour expression, after she closes Cade's refrigerator. The taste of the fire extinguisher powder got in her mouth ... which is a true to life reaction. I don't know about you, but I've tasted it, and can attest to the authenticity of this accurate film detail.
That's definitely ironhides jaw...
After rewatching the film this weekend, I forgot to mention there is also an Iguanodon skeleton mounted in the scene where Vivian is giving a tour in the museum, meaning there are at least eight non-avian dinosaurs that appear either alive or as skeletal material or Transformium corpses in the live action films.
I just realised that Bay totally missed out on an opportunity to appease the '86 movie fans: he should have had Hot Rod blown to bits.
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