Great new footage of Bonecrusher transforming! (not really)

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  1. mblase

    mblase Well-Known Member

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    It's Wall*E, as a matter of fact. But I refuse to believe "Transformers" didn't influence this trailer at least a little bit. :) 
     
  2. General Tekno

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    So, they've got one last legacy of John Lasseter.

    Pity he can't see this one through. I'm sure that it'll live up to his standards and memory though.
     
  3. jdre_124

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    IMO This looks better then Ratatouille. I wonder when these guys are going to run out of objects and animals to animate. Not that I want them to...........
     
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    Ratatouille looks pretty original to me, IMO.

    It's not Lassetter, but it still looks to be good. Brad Bird did The Incredibles after all.
     
  5. jdre_124

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    Oh I agree on the originality but its just not that interesting to me, but thats just me. I'll still be seeing it. Just not hyped up though.
     
  6. mblase

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    Really? It reminds me a heck of a lot of "Cyrano de Bergerac", except instead of a Frenchman with a long nose coaching a pretty boy with no talent for the poetic arts, you have a French rat with a long nose coaching an ugly boy with no talent for the cooking arts.

    Not that I'm holding that against it; I've never failed to enjoy anything Pixar turns out, and that includes their old TV commercials. It's never about how original the story is, but how well they tell it. But let's not pretend it's completely original. :) 


    Don't forget his underappreciated creation for Fox, "The Iron Giant". Rent it somewhere if you haven't seen it yet.
     
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    I thought Iron Giant was incredible when I watched it. I honestly felt like crying when I thought the Giant was going to die. And I eagerly waited for a sequel that will never come =(
     
  8. mblase

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    Maybe he decided to hide out by rebuilding himself as a '74 Camaro?
     
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    Looks like a combination of Transformers and Short Circuit
     
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    Rumble02 Radicon of Obliticons

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    I thought of I Robot during this. you know the wrecking machine
     
  11. mblase

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    Don't bet on it. Pixar's teaser trailers, like the "Transformers" Mars teaser, have surprisingly little to do with the plot of the actual film.
     
  12. Methusalen

    Methusalen Not good enough for G1!

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    When he was holding that crushed metal cube and looking up at the sky, all I thought was "He'd found the Allspark!"

    Is there something wrong with me? :tongue: 
     
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    Primus Beware, the modelers. Veteran

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    Man, what I wouldn't give to have Pixar do a G1 Transformers movie...
     
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    when he was transforming it seemed like bonecrusher transfoming or is it the lighting of my computer.
     
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    You could just as easily compare that to Prime or Bumblebee transforming.
     
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    Wall-E: creator of the Allspark, responsable of the life on Cybertron! XD
    Cool teaser, but first I want to watch Ratatouille.
     
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    This interests me much more than french chef rats.
     
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    I too would like to see this movie, it's just not transformers related in the least.
     
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    HAHAHAH, Megatron's earthform and his job after he landed on earth.
     

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