Discussion in 'Transformers Movie Discussion' started by newbielives, Sep 25, 2011.
Was Einstein Autobot executed in DOTM Wheeljack?
Yeah, but they call him Q in the movie
His name is Wheeljack,he has the nickname Q
Wheeljack, Q, Wheeljaq, Foxy Grampa ect ect your choice of names. But yes he died.
To some yes, to others no.
I belong in the first group.
i dont get the question. it's more confusing than IQ tests.
He's asking if the einstein bot who was executed is named Wheeljack
"in the movie" his name was Que
For all we know,that was a nickname. Whatever,I'm not going to argue about this again. You can call him Q,and I'll call him Wheeljack. Deal?
"For all we know" his real name was Bob then.
What we know for sure as a fact is that the name "Wheeljack" was never uttered within the narrative of the film.
Yes, he is Wheeljack.
To be fair,the name Wheeljack is used in the credits. Like I said,I'm not going to argue. You can call him Q and I'll call him Wheeljack. Ok?
To be fair, the credits arent part of the story nor were they verbalized.If you dont want to argue thats fine.Call him what you want, but in the film his name was Que.
The question asked was about the film.
Then that means the Wreckers are actually named Amp, Target and Lowe's.
if thats the names given/mentioned in the film, then thats what their names are.....in the film.
Is it really necessary to add ue to Q? I know that was how it was spelled,but it's pointless and incredibly stupid
It SAYS Roadbuster and Leadfoot in the credits as well. The sponsers were probably just to point out the character names to the general audience
He will always be Wheeljack to me.
So...its pointless and incredibly stupid to spell a word correctly as it was intended or officially given???
So, I should just start srelling the color blue as "blu"??
Sorry but its pointless and incredibly stupid of you to say its "pointless and incredibly stupid" to spell a word correctly.
No.....I meant it was dumb to make that the correct spelling in the first place. It makes me think of the Mexican word for what
Separate names with a comma.