There are some on this board who think that the movies will be unwatchable in a few years due to advances in CG animation making what's already been done look obsolete. While I couldn't disagree more, it is something I'd like to discuss. For one thing, the vast majority of the CG looks fucking real. I mean, real. It's a simple threshold crossed by the VFX teams at which point they successfully have fooled the human eye, end of story, and at no point do further advancements do anything to take away from that. For another, we've seen big movie franchises receive digital remastering and even heavy added CG effects scenes 20+ years after the fact. If there is anything to be improved upon, the same can be done for Transformers. The market will certainly be there for it, and years down the road I can easily imagine improved/remastered releases of all 3 films including theatrical runs and new BluRays with the improved CG work. At present, I can only think of a couple of instances in which the robots don't look totally real. I'm open to people offering up more suggestions for the rest of us to take a look at and judge whether or not they live up to the photorealistic standard. The ones I can think of are Jazz in mission city: something just didn't look right about his color; it looks too solid and without enough battle damage or light reflection and could surely be improved upon. The other is the Optimus/Megatron/Fallen battle in Egypt. Something about the colors looked a bit too glossy, and even Bay has admitted that that sequence was rushed out under the gun. Does anyone else have any scenes or moments that don't look realistic enough to them?