Discussion in 'Transformers Movie Discussion' started by drmick, Jun 21, 2009.
Then be prepared for farting.
And Transformer testicles and scrotums.
Did this need it's own thread?
You are guilty of making a thread that is not needed !
So by his logic, the banhammer is the next step!
Potentially for the inclusion of toilet humour into the franchise. Bay must have known that the peeing incident did not go down well with fans last time.
I'm sure he was laughing his head off in the editing room this time. "wait till they get a load f this" I can imagine him saying.
Like I said before, if there is no sack, then there is no scrotum. If Simmons does indeed refer to it as a scrotum, well, he thought Nokia was Japanese in the first movie....
yeah because that sounds like a good idea, mwahahaha ill make everyone not want to see my movie thats how ill become rich..... eh yeah sure, nice theory drmick
Well the scene got a laugh from EVERYONE in the cinema when I saw it, so it obviously isnt going down THAT badly...
The wrecking balls aren't even BETWEEN his legs, they hang off the bottom of his back.
The two shots of them are so short that it's not even worth commenting on.
and you didnt even mention wheelie humping megan fox`s leg.
although.. i did kinda let it slide, becasue I didn`t see a transformer humping a human leg, I saw spongebob!!
We only bought a deluxe and two legends from RotF. No more TFs in this house as long as they're related to the Bay films. I'm all for grown-up films, but this is just immature dreck designed for horny teenagers (and the douches who produced this movie). It's a kids franchise ffs and I shouldn't have to explain to our (almost) four year-old why he can't see it.
If I had only known a couple weeks earlier I wouldn't have bought any RotF toys. If Hasbro wants to see the Transformers brand turned into filth, fine, but the kids in this house aren't gonna be a part of it.
Great post, would read again.
What, is this something out of a fanfic?
I think you reaction is a little strong, but on the other hand, I do agree with you.
I was thinking, while watching ROTF, that I was glad my son is only 6 months. I would love nothing more than my son to love transformers like his old man did, (to watch him peruse the store TF display over and over for that 1 elusive bot that was definately here last week, haha), but this is not the same Transformers I used to watch.
Yeah yeah, things move on things change, ok, but the delicacy of childs mind has and will always be the same.
It's a PG-rated movie. What else would you expect? B|
It's actually a 12A
12A Suitable for those aged 12 and over. Those aged under 12 are only admitted if accompanied by an adult at all times during the performance. From here.
The movie was rated PG-13 in America, which is basically:
PG-13 The movie may contain intense violence, some sexual content, and/or infrequent strong language. Children under 13 should have parental guidance; however, parental guidance is not legally enforced. From here.
Since the movie is American-made, I'll go with the MPAA's rating. They rated it for "intense sequences of sci-fi action violence, language, some crude and sexual material, and brief drug material" (here).
Crude material, hence potty language, fart jokes, scrotums, etc. No surprise here.
Where does the fart joke occur?
cool story bro
No idea, but it was something the OP mentioned. I, for one, find farting robots hilarious.
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