Discussion in 'Transformers Movie Discussion' started by TheSoundwave, Dec 2, 2018.
This is probably my favorite TV Spot yet!
Trailer with 80s song.
I've been avoiding new trailers and tv spots but I had to give this one a watch!
The song suits this tv spot so much! The Decepticons look scary and creepy but good looking.
Not a Rocker but this was one of my favourite TV spots aswell.
I liked this one, and I love dropkick's line.
I looooove this
My father always loved that song and I think it's cool too lol.Nice stuff
This is my favorite TV Spot
Was waiting for him to yell out, "He's like an angel!"
Finally the movie’s advertising DOES WHAT IT SHOULD HAVE FUCKING DONE TO START WITH. Even if there’s no pop songs in the movie (which at least the smiths are gonna be in bumblebee which is a sentence I never thought I’d say) this is great and will def hype people up.
Not to burst your bubble, but that's probably just editing shots from the two different scenes together for the spot. Happens all the time in spots. I actually doubt Dropkick says "we'll burn the planet to cinders" while trying to make a truce with Sector 7, but that's how it's shown in the trailers, probably edited in from a different point in the movie. You can tell the Blitzwing shot isn't actually from the Bee and Charlie scene because in the background is the same cliff face that we've seen from the Blitzwing fight with Jeep Bee
Hey that wasn't bad. It fits perfectly. Crazy how music has such impact.
Billy Idol and Transformers? More, more, more than meets the eye!!
I love the beat of the music as it builds with Bumblebee running. Can't wait to see this movie!!
Looking bad..and he no hero.
I enjoyed the other trailers a lot, but I do wish we had gotten one full trailer edited to an '80s song. I guess they probably didn't want to seem like they were jumping on the Guardians of the Galaxy bandwagon. Personally, I'll never tire of movie trailers edited to songs. The only ones I don't like are the "slow, creepy versions of classic songs" trend that Age of Ultron popularized. I thought that was pretentious, and got old really fast.
Well it only took 6 movies and 11 years, but I'm pretty happy there is finally at least ONE good song showing up in these movies.
One of Billy Idol's all time best classics, that's for sure.
Now that's music!
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