Discussion in 'Transformers Movie Discussion' started by Rodihide, Nov 12, 2011.
Since yesterday was Veterans day but do think in the movies they would honor them.
I assume you mean should the next Transformers movie have a remberance day scene. Sorry but that would be pointless.
I think he means "Should they honor the Transformers on Veteran's Day in the next movie?"
If that means Ironhide's death will finally be acknowledged, then yes.
No. They should have their own day.
Just say No
Are you serious?
What?!?! I voted No because I think you're asking that they should be honored on Veterans' Day and they shouldn't
Are you asking if the Transformers should be honored on Veterans day? Or are you asking if the Transformers should honor Veterans Day in the movies? If you are asking the latter, then that is completely absurd and disrespectful. Veterans Day is observed to honor U.S military vets. who have fought and risked their lives for their country. Honoring a toy franchise on that day is plain stupid. If you are asking the former, then I'm not sure. I guess I wouldn't mind.
like the world honors them for protecting the planet
I say yes. How many human soldiers have lost their lives in the war against the Cons? Hundreds at least. How many Autobots? Not very many.
Yeah, not sure I understand the question.
Maybe not Veteran's Day (or Remembrance Day here in Canada) specifically, but a scene with Optimus and possibly the other Autobots standing next to a dedicated veteran memorial site would be cool. Optimus and/or Ironhide could comment on the unnecessary lives lost in war; both human, Autobot and Decepticon. Maybe even throw in a salute or two from the Autobots to honour them (or a waving American flag in the background). I'm sure Bay would be all over that patriotism.
Wow, he recovered fast
Didn't even notice that. I was going for a more "if they had a scene like that in one of the previous movies" or a "in a different/rebooted Transformers movie". But good catch.
I don't know...but I voted "Yes'' to make everthing even.
This please. Otherwise wth no.
God no. I think there's enough that real veterans have done in real conflicts that deserves real commemoration and real consideration in terms of implications in the real world that dragging in fictional robots from space is far from necessary.
In the film universe? Maybe, but I doubt it, since it seems most people don't know much about it.
Hopefuly. I'm sure the dialogue after DoTM went like this:
Optimus: Hey, where's the pickup truck?
Bumblebee: He's Dead, Jim.
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