Discussion in 'Transformers Movie Discussion' started by primal789, Jun 6, 2014.
Really.....they really had to do that
What's ridiculous about it?
I know which one id rather be sitting on top of
Caesar copying Optimus Prime?
I can take the Transformers one more seriously. The Ape/Machine Gun/Horse thing isn't doing it for me.
Lmao, no one is coping. It's a very common pose.
Why is that ridiculous? I wasn't aware that mounted person holding weapon aloft was the sole property of Optimus Prime.
Ape one is miles better than TF4 in terms of quality and the 'wow' factor. I have zero interest in seeing the movie but the posters are just too epic.
If you want to be more realistic about it, the Ape riding a horse with a gun is much more realistic and very well could happen at any given time lol.
Hey Red, have you seen the first Apes movie?
People said that the AOE poster is a copy of the DOTM one.I'm not saying it's not similar but this..
I've seen the Mark Wahlberg one and the one with James Franco.
Yeah I was referring to the James Franco one. You must not have liked it all that much if you don't have an interest to see the next one?
I liked it but not as much as everyone. By the time we made it to end I was like "that's it?" It's just not my cup of tea.
Yeah, Ceasar and Optimus. What was that?
yeah I get that. The next one does look like it will be much more intricate and action packed. I like the fact that Cesar has a family now with a teen aged (so to speak) boy and a new born. I think I'm more interested to see how they have the apes interact and get through situations more so than the overall action. This IMO is one of those movies where the story telling really needs to shine through. I'll be seeing if for sure.
The only real issue I have with the Cesar poster is that with the way the horse is standing (and the poster artist may not have known this) Cesar should die in this movie lol.
I'll explain. Historically its shown (in most cases) that pictures of past military leaders/generals on horseback or statues created for them, have the horse standing with either 1 hoof or 2 hooves in the air or all 4 on the ground.
1 hove up meant the leader was wounded in battle. Possibly came close to dying but not so.
2 hooves in the air meant the leader died in battle.
And all 4 hooves on the ground meant he lived on.
Caesar rode a horse in Rise of the Planet of the Apes during the bridge scene so he earned his horse rights.
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