I've read alot of opinions on the TF movies involving the comedy, or the lightheartedness, or the fact that it didn't 100% take itself too seriously. I get it. I know. You want the TF movies to be 100% adult ass kicking movies without the goofy humor and as few humans as possible. Part of me did too, until I saw the movie. I felt the crowd response around me. I understood why it was there. And there's really only one part that personally bothers me, of course, the infamous lubrication scene. Beyond that, it just felt like a good, fun 80's style movie like Ghostbusters or Back to the Future. The TFs mostly felt like they should and the vibe was there. In fact giving it that 80s vibe kinda ties in if you think about it. ANYway, y'know, we had the Dark Knight. Wow. I mean words can't express my love for that movie. BUT, it was incredibly heavy. Dark? Some would say depressing. The new Bonds? Grim. Dark. We're about to get Watchmen. That's about as grim and dark as it comes. And the current state of the country? Maybe Dark Knight is more of a parallel of that than I thought. But people are down. If they can spend $7-$10 on a movie ticket, I think having TF2 be this huge fun spectacle will be good. It really is part of what helped sell the first one. And the reason we HAVE ROTF is because of that success, which let's admit it couldn't have happened if the members of this board were the main people to see it. I realize they are trying to treat the TF mythos with seriousness, so I'm sure it's not going to be as juvenile as say, The Phantom Menace. (it's true) So, I truly hope we keep any body-humor to a minimum, I realize there's a couple of times I'll probably cringe. But if it's only once or twice, like the first movie? Great! Awesome! I cringe more than that in MOST movies so I'm ok with that ratio.