Discussion in 'Transformers News and Rumors' started by SilverOptimus, Sep 29, 2018.
News Post: Two New Transformers: Bumblebee Trailers Rated
Wow, how many trailers is Bumblebee gonna have?
Hope we don\'t get too many
My heart hurts from laughing too hard...
ARISE BUMBLEMUS PRIME.
Don't jinx it.
According to that site all the trailers have been rated PG. Is it safe to assume the film itself will have the same rating?
Have you ever watched RiD 2015?
Not necessarily. The trailers for the first Transformers film were PG too.
I honestly hope they're just re-edited versions of the previous trailers. The teaser was perfect and the full trailer was even more perfect. The international trailer was cool, but I honestly could have done without it (it wasn't nearly as well edited as Trailer #2).
We've seen Blitzwing, Shatter, and Dropkick in action. We've seen Charlie and Bee, and we know what the basic story is. We've even seen a glimpse of the Cybertron stuff. The other trailers already served their purpose, and I don't know what benefit releasing another trailer would have.
I wouldn't mind seeing something else short around Thanksgiving, but I don't think we need another full trailer.
I have, hence my apprehension for further Prime-ification of Bee!
Arise Goldbug Magnus.
I just want to time warp to after all this is over & I don't have to hear about stupid Bumblebee as much anymore. I need some Siege news.
I have some good news for you.
No thanks,I don't need anymore trailers.I learned my lesson with TLK.
Isn’t basic story is same for all transformers cartoons, comics, movies that involve humans mixed into there it really is same if you think about under different names armada, energon, rid, g1,.
Same can be said about comic book movies good vs bad hero becomes who they are by villain hero makes villain who they are in big battle villain try take rule world hero wins evil loses in big epic fight
I suppose that's one way of looking at it. Personally, I'm fine with that as long as they can do it well. It's true that a lot of superhero movies have similar storylines, but the fun is watching different characters fight different villains with different powers in different settings. As long as they can keep it varied enough to make it interesting (and keep it relatively short and concise), I usually enjoy it. I don't really watch Transformers media OR superhero movies for a genius in-depth storyline. I know it can be seen as kind of lowbrow entertainment, but I don't really care. I suppose it's kind of similar to watching sports (although I don't fully get the appeal of that, admittedly).
You gotta have one for the motorcycle, one for the boat, one for the sea doo, and one for the four wheeler. Prime only had one, but he could fit all four vehicles in his. And if you live here in Texas, you have one for the giant barbecue pit. I'm sure they exist elsewhere, but you can't swing a dead cat without hitting one here.
Reading Joseph Campbell helps elucidate why this tends to be the case.
(Which isn't to say it's not a valid critique.)
Rodumblebee Prime! Combines with battle platform trailer to form Super Bumble!
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