Discussion in 'Transformers Movie Discussion' started by DominoParadox, Oct 11, 2017 at 8:14 PM.
Yes or no? I hope he appears since he and Robo-Warrior made ROTF awesome.
Yes he’s humorous.
On one hand, I don't hate the guy like many fans do. I thought he was a part of many humorous moments.
On the other hand, let's not just bring back random characters from earlier movies. It's one thing if it's a main character like Sam or main supporting human like Joshua Joyce where they actually played an important role in the movies. At least I can understand why a fan would want Sam back even if I'm not crazy about the idea. Leo Spitz? Hell no.
I kinda like Leo but no he should not comeback. Mostly for all the reasons the person above me posted.
I hate to admit it. I actually think he is funny 7 out of 10 times in that movie.
Bring him back with the Twins and redeem all three of them as characters.
Leo actually did play a role in the movie, if it wasn't for him then they would have never gone to visit Robo-Warrior, they would have never found out about Jetfire, never going to Egypt, never saving Optimus, never saving Earth, never saving Sentinel Prime. the list goes on and on
I actually don't mind Leo per say, he's just a bit "strange"
What saving sentinel
The Matrix of leadership, only found and restored when they went to Egypt due to Leo.
Without the matrix (or Optimus alive, I suppose), they never would have found Sentinel and brought him back online. Which actually might have been a better alternative.
Sentinel would've actually killed Unicron and restore Cybertron, thus saving the universe from the evils of the Chaos Bringer.
While these things are true, I never said he didn't play any role. However, he is not the biggest human character in the films, and if someone were to come back I;d rather it be someone of more note, like Joshua Joyce or something.
How in the world do we know he would have killed Unicron? His plan was literally to use human slave labor to physically rebuild Cybertron and presumably mine any resources on Earth as slaves to help rebuild material-wise. There's no indication he knew anything about the Staff or Quintessa, although it's not impossible.
But he didn't. He woke up, did a lot of damage to Chicago, the Autobots, and set into motion a plan that resulted in cybertron cut in half and sucked into a vortex, and then got killed. Skip that first step, and I'm saying maybe you could have skipped the others.
On one hand, nahh.
On the other hand.... FTJ!
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