I read about this somewhere else, that Megs and Shockwave find it or something and Shockwave decides to keep it. If this is in the comics...
Well there go my hopes of ever seeing the Dinobots on the big screen, or the Dinocons for that matter.
I don't think a giant T-Rex robot would be ridiculous, they could say he arrived when the dinosaur's were here and scanned the T-Rex because he...
I thought Trypticon was a T-Rex?
Well now that I know I am agreeing with you, this should make some of the G1 fans happy too.
Zombie Transformers, hopefully those will be those clones. Doubt it though.
The Dweller is a large Trans-Organic that was created by the Quintessons in the distant past on Cybertron. Due to its violent and dangerous...
I personally think they should. We could have the option to view the 3d version and the regular version. I'd go see both, but really I'm content...
Me thinks my post has gotten lost with the debate over Ebert.
Can someone address the point I was trying to make, if there is a point?...
Check this though:
Well here's my email:
Ha! I don't fall victim to nerd rage. I try to keep it civil. I could email him and post his response, if he replies.
Reading through all the posts, just wanna let everyone know I'm not a Ebert hater and I don't want a retraction.
I just thought I was in the...
I'm saying he contradicted himself by stating that the movie 2012 is a movie where you shouldn't expect anything else but fun.
I don't and neither do a lot of people. I'm just saying he took an excuse for ROTF and applied it to 2012. While he dissed ROTF and it's viewers.
God the cliches!
Yeah sorry for bringing old Ebert drama back. Just that one line he used:
I enjoyed both TF films.
I also enjoyed the film 2012.
I know in more aspects than one that they probably shouldn't be compared. But what I...
Did I miss something?
So at the end of 3, Prime and Sam are in space looking out of a window.
Instead of off a hill, or the edge of a Battleship.
It seems like...
The Geographical Errors
I'd say, in a movie where LA is actually named Mission City, geography no longer matters in a SCIENCE FICTION movie.
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