As the title states, what are some opinions you have about the movies that you find are rare among Transformers fans? Do you want, prefer or dislike certain elements that you find most other Transformers fans feel the opposite about? Here are some of mine: 1) I actually prefer the TF1 approach to Decepticons, depicting them as a combination of movie monsters and tactical, behind the scenes schemers, with limited dialogue for most. In most cases, the more a Decepticon talks, the more cartoonish and less threatening they seem to become. That's actually why I thought Shockwave was used fairly effectively - as a silent but ruthless hunter. It takes a really good vocal performance to prevent that from happening- the only time I felt that was with Sentinel Prime. Even Mark Ryan as Lockdown leaned a little too far into broad villainy for my tastes. 2) While I appreciate that they've veered away from them as the series have progressed, I actually don't mind shaky cam and low-angle shots in these films. I think they really help convey a sense of scale and disaster as giant alien robots wage war above puny humans. This worked especially well in TF1 to introduce the concept. Think of the shot of Starscream standing over Sam while firing at Ironhide in TF1. 3) I actually think Jazz was the most logical choice for an Autobot death in TF1. 4) I'm not sure if this is actually an unpopular opinion - but if the general consensus is "more is better", I think the movies could stand to tighten the runtime a bit. AOE felt about 20 mins too long. I'll think of some more.