The thing with movies like these is that they're designed to work best when you watch it the first time. They're action movies, and you usually find yourself caught up in the all the explosions and fighting so much so that the details don't matter. It's only when you pick through it with a fine-tooth comb on a DVD or BD that it starts to fall apart.
The thing is, it was never meant to hold up to close inspection.
You pay for your ticket, you walk into the theater, you enjoy yourself for the next hour or two, and O&K's job is done.
TurboMMaster wrote:Considering that Megatron's Cryofreeze wasn't mentioned in later movies, and in DotM he supposed to ally with Sentinel, no doubt that someone may forget about it, since even writers did it.
As I've pointed out before, TF movies have more in common with the Highlander movies than trilogies. There's little continuity between them, because each was supposed to be a standalone movie. Paramount most likely want to be able to pull the plug if a TF movie should fail at any point. Even after the success of three movies, they still refuse to make any promises of more movies in the future.
TurboMMaster wrote:Megatron regain lost years due to lack of Ehren Kruger's care:D