We've all seen movies once legendary in their awesomeness age badly, for example Batman (1989) and Terminator 2. We have also all seen movies ill received acquire cult followings and eventual widespread praise, in examples too numerous to count. Of course, there are plenty of movies that were bad when they came out and are still considered bad no matter how many years go by, and movies that won hearts and minds upon their release and remain well-thought of. My question is, as these movies will go down in history as a trilogy of progressively bigger blockbuster movies, how will this movie collection age? My personal feeling is that fan rage dies quickly and is cast aside as the obscure, biased rambling that it really is. That pompous, slobbering geriatric critics will croak soon enough. And that the keepers of the legacy of these movies will be the people who saw it and fell in love with the Transformers brand. Just as many of us were children when exposed to G1 and were willing to overlook its myriad flaws, the flaws of the films will be ignored by the fans who were swept up in the fascinating world of the Autobots and Decepticons when one or more of these three films became their ticket into it. So, I am banking that it will age well. Thoughts?