Except we don't care.
The movies haven't been without their flaws, but they have been one HELL of a spectacle and a sight to behold. I'm glad they got made, and I am...
So! The Ultimate Doom, eh? What a rubbish story! Anyone can see the faults in the plan a mile off! Stupidest plan in the entire of G1!
Ebert trolls someone with a headline grabbing "opinion" designed to get him noticed.
In other news, water is wet.
Good God, I wish.
It's my favourite TF series. And I don't remember seeing Rattrap killing anyone who was unarmed.
What board have you been posting on?
Hopefully Saturday night, at the Glasgow IMAX.
Fucking ripoff asshole. Reported with extreme prejudice.
OK. SO where's the better ending?
Summed up on one word?
Honour. Rattrap wouldn't kill an unarmed enemy, even Megatron.
Way to make yourself look like an utter twunt, Mr Projectionist.
Animorphs is a different case, really; the Transformers brand name was attached to them in the hope that they would sell. Virtually no-one...
Uh huh. Now go back and watch it again.
You might notice Rattrap overcoming his fears about being useless and realising that he didn't need...
I agree completely. Rattrap's personal story arc was one of my favourite things about Beast Machines.
Could be worse; at least it's not a jet fighter that suddenly becomes large enough to hold most of the cast and then travels to other planets.
Wow. All of us finding something in the hobby to enjoy, and you over there with a face like a wet weekend, and all because someone did some movies...
HOW fucking much in customs, Pete? Good God.
No sign of mine yet.
Most famous, not greatest. The Wilhelm Gustloff sank with the loss of an estimated 9400 people.
Neither did I, until I got one last week. Now I want all of them.
I look at most of the people I know who don't have hobbies, and feel pity for how empty their lives must be.
Then I go back to having fun with my...
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