Tom Desanto and Don Murphy

Discussion in 'Transformers Movie Discussion' started by Theoutcast87, Jun 27, 2014.

  1. Theoutcast87

    Theoutcast87 Well-Known Member

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    How much influenced do these guys have on the movie franchises? I remember Bay said his idea was off the chart and politely asked him to leave his office during the production of the first movie.
     
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    bay asked them to leave or vice versa?
     
  3. Theoutcast87

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    Action speak louder than words. Bay was passionate about the project to take a pay cut. Those two guys didn't
     
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    I think you answered your own question with that link, they pretty clearly have zero influence on the movies
     
  6. fu2kimus

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    He didn't really throw anyone out he just didn't listen to them. Which is understandable if you want a glimpse at how bad things could have been try and track down Toms original treatment which is great for a laugh. And remember that these guys did hire John Rogers.

    So as bad as a lot of people think everything turned out, it could have been a million times worse!