I was watching "An Inconvenient Truth" yesterday and today I watched "Happy Feet" with some friends. Obviously the former has a message to it about humanity taking on a way of life that is sustainable, but I was surprised that Happy Feet had one also. (If you haven't seen "Happy Feet" go rent it, I was really surprised how much i enjoyed it. But back to my point...) This movie is about a warring race of alien robots who have been fighting over dwindling sources of energy. Their war has destroyed their planet and now the war is brought to Earth; kind of sounds like this is where humanity is headed now too. I don't think that the producers or M. Bay intended to make this movie have a hidden metaphor of sustainable living, but will it be perceived as such? "300" (awesome movie) was based on actual historical events, yet people were in an uproar that it was a metaphor for America taking on the big, bad persian empire (ridiculous!). Do you think this will this happen to the Transformers movie?