Discussion in 'Transformers Movie Discussion' started by qwerty, Jul 10, 2009.
choose one one from bay's flick or stay with ROTF
sorry ashion, i was in the middle of editing the thread...
Bad Boys 1 and 2 were cool movies.
The Rock was boring as fuck.
Pearl Harbor - never seen it.
The Island was pretty kick ass.
TF1 is in my DVD collection, and that speaks for itself. (I don't own many DVDs)
ROTF... uggh. meh. just no....
Armageddon is The Rock in space.
The Rock. The only decent flick I've seen by Bay so far.
I voted ROTF.
Am I wrong for kind of enjoying Armageddon ?
The Rock is the best movie Micheal Bay has ever put out.. I use it as continual proof he should have been in charge of GIJOE instead of Sommers.. but of course this could be a case of good Writers.. even if uncredited.. namely Alan Sorkin (A Few good men) And Quentin Tarintino..
Pearl Harbor, well .. Its kinda tough to compete with Tora! Tora! Tora!.. (Which by the way Roger Ebert Also hated... )
The rest.. I think I'd rather have a tooth pulled than watch ROTF again.. it would still be painful but would be over faster.
no, anything is watchable if it has bruce willis in it
Can I be drunk?
I own them all on either DVD or Blu-ray.
See sig. Yes, I'm biased, but I really enjoyed ROTF that much.
TF1. Only movie by Michael Bay I care to see.
I like both the Rock, and Armageddon. But ROTF wins. Of course, ask me again in a few years when I've seen all 3 a billion times, and the newness of ROTF has worn off.
Armaggeddon, the only movie that actually made me cry during some scenes.
TF1 for sure. Like it a whole lot better than ROTF. And Bad Boys, perhaps...
I thought Pearl Harbor was a pretty good movie.
But I voted for ROTF.
14 Vs 22
Keeps up with the RT Community pretty well.
I've pretty much enjoyed every Michael Bay movie with the exception of the two Bad Boys movies (been that way since I was a kid), yes that includes Pearl Harbor as well. That said, if I had to choose which Bay I'd watch over Revenge of the Fallen, it would be TRANSFORMERS, which is undoubtedly my favorite movie by him, at least until it arrives on DVD .
All the Bay movies have been only watch it once in my life films.
But if you were going to hold a gun to my head and force me to watch a Bay film for the second time I guess I'd chose The Rock because he was just starting as a director then and that makes it easier for me to forgive things.
TF1 and no other.
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