If you couldnt follow the action...

Discussion in 'Transformers Movie Discussion' started by Crainy, Jul 4, 2011.

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  1. Crainy

    Crainy Well-Known Member

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    ... then you should get your eyes checked.
     
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    Better yet. Why are you even at the cinema since you obviously have to be blind and deaf.
     
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    Or maybe you should stop being fanboys who post trollish comments. Instead, why don't you try to realize that some people may have problems because the designs are busy, the action is fast and it can all blurr together very easily (especially on a first watch)?
     
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    Because well ... it aint like that.

    We've all watched the movie in cinemas. Many in 3D which makes it additionally hard to follow. What you are saying doesn't hold ground.
     
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    I don't understand how people can't follow the action in DOTM, there's no more shaky cam and the camera is much more zoomed out. I found it alot easier to follow this time and managed to take in everything that was happening in one viewing. Just compare the BB vs Barricade fight from TF1 to any scene in DOTM.
     
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    Agreed. We don't all have ADD.
     
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    The extreme close-ups in TF1 were, IIRC, mainly for the purposes of saving money on CGI as you could only see smaller portions of the action at any one time. Although to be fair, I watched it again last night and it was nowhere near as bad as I remembered it being.
    That said, DotM lays everything out for you on a plate and is relatively simple to follow, even with a shit ton going on in each frame of the action.
     
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    So you are saying people with glaucoma or who are blind shouldn't enjoy movies?

    Maybe whiny baby posters shouldn't post threads like this. Big whiny baby attention seeking posters. they are worst then the people who say they have a hard time following the fast action.

    Big whiny baby posters.
     
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    Preach, brother!

    It shall not be said that us Transfans are discriminating bastards!
     
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    Hey Crainy, shut up and don't be a troll.
     
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    I've only watched DOTM once so far, and from what I've read here I've only missed a couple of small things (like the Mudflap scream) so I don't think they're too busy etc
     
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    I'd like a transformers movie to come out where it is bird's eye view, like from the perspective of the pigeons lazily watching the action from afar.

    that way i wouldn't miss anything.

    i have lasered eyes. They are fine for such madness near or far
     
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    This.
     
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