So I've been thinking about the moment Shatter and Dropkick arrive on Earth in Bumblebee and why I think the scene where they deceive Sector 7 doesn't work for me. So going back to the scene where Shatter and Dropkick land at the gas station; they land with a boom. At that time, there were two humans there arguing about getting a divorce because the guy 'unsucessfully' tried to sleep with his wife's sister. (Kinda funny line by the way) The two Decepticons destroy the guy's vehicle and basically 'crash-scan' what they find. They take their time to observe their surroundings and then Dropkick sees the guy and pops him (his line was funny by the way). Surprisingly they leave the woman alone which is bizarre. And that's where the problem starts for me. You see... Shouldn't a news report/media follow up on this. Unless this is not a thing during the 80s. 'A local gas station in this part of America blew up with only one woman being the witness.' Now I would think the woman would also be interviewed saying she saw two robots with one looking red and the other blue. And then follow up on how the blue one killed my husband. And if that happened, the whole scene with the Decepticons meeting Sector 7 would feel so much dumber if a news report like that actually made it to them. There's no way you should trust the two if they have that knowledge. There's a few more story points that I could argue but this one was kinda big for me. Sorry for hurting the feelings of some people out there. Things like this prevent me from saying Bumblebee is amazing.