Discussion in 'Transformers Movie Discussion' started by Sonicpower451, Jul 3, 2011.
Except they just kept the same plots?
That would be interesting, but it would be VERY expensive. Imagine billions of dollars going in just for that.
Implausible. It would cost far too much money.
Wait, if they were the same plots, why would they be in CGI? Why CGI the vehicles, humans, landscape, etc.? That doesn't make any sense.
I doubt i'd enjoy it as much. It'l lose alot of the realism I get from the Bayverse as a whole.
plot is the story, not the objects seen on screen
Okay, but the plots for each film include humans and settings. If the film was to be all-robots, the plots would have to be changed significantly.
For me, the spectacle is seeing the bots in "real life".
they would obviously animate the scenery and humans (like they do on Prime)
It would be "TMNT".
See how that worked out for that franchise.
DotM - Setting a new bar in 3D storytelling, filling up theaters world wide.
TMNT - made $95 million in its whole run, sending the franchise back to Saturday-morning cartoons.
Heck, check Star Wars: The Clone Wars... the lowest grossing Star Wars of all.
If you like the brand, a CGI-only and swimming in source-material pure storytelling is a recipie for distaster. Which is why it wasn't done. Which is good by the way, because Transformers is a billion dollar brand because of it.
I wasn't saying I wanted it, I prefer them the way they have been made
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