Discussion in 'Movies and Television' started by qwerty, Jul 20, 2009.
wat other franchise would be perfect for his fit of film-making...
i believe this comes under general discussion, but i say he should direct anything matthew reilly writes(should it ever be adapted.) reilly is the bay of the literary world.
Porn, with a wide variety of... explosions.
From Michael Bay... My Little Pony: Days of Apocalypse.
Halo. He can use his comic genius to make teabagging a reality on the big screen.
Stick with TFs.
Any one of those that focuses on people would work, methinks. Nothing where there's machines or robots or perhaps even aliens, as all of those will have an expectation of the fans to resemble their prior counterparts at a mere glance (and not just for one character or exo-suit, or alien or alien type) but all of them.
Although had Gobots been a choice, my vote would have gone to that I think. I think just about everything Bay's done in Transformers would have translated better and worked perfectly for a Gobots reboot. Said that since the first TF design leaks years ago.
Bay should not be a director.
I concur with this, I've read a few of Reilly's books (Temple, Ice Station, Area 7 and Scarecrow) and through them all I was thinking "This is the sort of thing old Michael Bay was born for"
Bay shouldn't direct.
I'd be entirely content if he just completely vanishes and is never heard from again.
Especially if he takes Uwe Boll with him.
Mobile Armoured Strike Kommand.
Let him keep ruining TF.
Keep him FARRRRRRRRRR away from Macross and Gundam.
Make him do a chick flick...with no explosions. See how long before he cracks up.
The Notebook II
The longer he continues to direct, the more the motion picture industry will suffer later.
He can make money, absolutely, but that's basically because he's ravaged expectations for films down to the point where no one even expects characterization or a tight, cohesive plot at all in a "big, event film" anymore.
Eventually, audiences will tire of that, and it's going to be a lot harder to bounce back because there will come a point where "bigger and louder" will peter out and can't go any further.
We have a winner!
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