Reception differences and comparisons between Transformers and Transformers:ROTF

Discussion in 'Transformers Movie Discussion' started by MegatronSupporter, Jun 12, 2010.

  1. MegatronSupporter

    MegatronSupporter Well-Known Member

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    TF:ROTF RT T-Meter Critics:20%,reviews counted:228,fresh reviews:46,rotten:182
    38% drop compared to Transformers RT T-Meter Critics
    RT Community:50%,reviews counted:8351,fresh:4195,rotten:4156
    TF:ROTF Box Office ww gross:$836,297,228
    TF:ROTF average Yahoo users reviews ratings:B+ 24,331
    TF:ROTF average user rating at imdb.com:6.0/10,90,564 imdb users votes
    15.4%,13,937 gave a 10/10
    8.2%,7,390 gave a 9/10
    13.5%,12,245 gave a 8/10
    16.1%,14,578 gave a 7/10
    13.9%,12,561 gave a 6/10
    9.1%,8,209 gave a 5/10
    DVD Units Sold:9,565,772+
    DVD Consumer Spending:$216,512,232+
    107 more movie critics reviewed TF:ROTF compared to Transformers at RT
    Average movie critic user rating for TF:ROTF:3.9/10 at RT
    1.9 difference compared to Transformers average movie critic user rating at RT
    1.6 difference compared to Transformers average community user rating at RT
    75 fresh reviews short compared to Transformers RT-T Meter Critics amount of fresh reviews
    RT Community user average rating for TF:ROTF:5.4/10

    RT-T Meter Critics:57%,reviews counted:213,fresh:121,rotten:92
    TF RT Community:76%,reviews counted:6052,fresh:4650,rotten:1402
    TF Box Office ww gross:$709,709,890
    Transformers average Yahoo users reviews ratings:A- 98,680
    Transformers average user rating at imdb.com:7.0/10,192,351 imdb user votes
    Votes Percentage Rating
    49,853 25.9% 10
    30,996 16.1% 9
    37,393 19.4% 8
    28,762 15.0% 7
    15,902 8.3% 6
    9,137 4.8% 5
    DVD Units Sold:16,092,270+
    DVD Consumer Spending:$290,650,401+
    Average movie critic user rating for Transformer at RT:5.8/10
    Average Community user rating for Transformers at RT:7.0
     
  2. FanimusMaximus

    FanimusMaximus Well-Known Member

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    And the point of this is....what?
     
  3. MegatronSupporter

    MegatronSupporter Well-Known Member

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    Extra enlightenment and intelligent discussion. To keep stuff in perspective once more as well.
     
  4. Ash from Carolina

    Ash from Carolina Junior Smeghead

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    Not going to happen with a movie discussion. When Transformers won the MTV Movie Awards for Best Movie people said the award mattered. When Revenge of the Fallen failed to even get nominated for the MTV Best Movie award all of a sudden the MTV Movie Awards didn't matter.

    People will cling to their own mythology of how the movie was received and how it has managed to stand up to the test of time no matter what sort of evidence you might present to them.
     
  5. bellpeppers

    bellpeppers A Meat Popsicle

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    Dang, you know I am in a rather positive and upbeat mood today- for once. However, I can't disagree with Ash.
     
  6. Mospeada

    Mospeada Since '84

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    ^I like dis guy right here. He says stuff with truthiness.
     
  7. jamjam101

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    Reviews? I don't think it matters so much that even with all those negative reviews it still made it's budget and profit.
     
  8. JacobPGalvatron

    JacobPGalvatron Storm Trooper #1

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    I liked it.
    I mean, the story was really crazy. The ending was crap, in my opinion.
    But, I enjoyed it, and really, if you enjoy it, that's all that really matters.
     
  9. Ephland

    Ephland Let's Go Rangers

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    Do those ever matter?
     
  10. MegatronSupporter

    MegatronSupporter Well-Known Member

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    What's funny and weird is how when the first Transformers movie started winning MTV movie awards that it didn't matter to people,but when ROTF basically won none of them,then it started bothering these people. Some people at first had the it's only an MTV award way of thinking.
     
  11. MegatronSupporter

    MegatronSupporter Well-Known Member

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    Ah ha,so you're now admitting what you think of the movies is a myth,rather than just a fact in your mind. your :2c: =:rip 
    Thanks a bunch.
    :D 
     
  12. Ash from Carolina

    Ash from Carolina Junior Smeghead

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    In the end did I like it or did I not like it is about the only qualitative thing we have.
     
  13. Sizzle

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    Nice job saying something that somebody above you just said and then acting as if you thought it up.

    Cool story bro.
     
  14. jamjam101

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    They don't matter ever since Twilight swept the show. Now, I'm not saying ROTF should have won any, but neither shukd have twilight...
     

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