RodimalToyota wrote:The third was definitely the best of the three. The only falacys I could come up with were...
Why did Megatron bother with the Fallen when all this was already on the moon?
Maybe he didn't know it?
Soundwave executes the prisoners:
Pretty sure he wouldn't have clearance from megs to start offing Autobots.
just because a human thinks it's personal.
I think it was more of personal preference for Soundwave.
And I also think Megatron would've allowed Soundwave to execute any Autobot of his choice except for his
enemies, such as Optimus.
Space Bridge: for a M. Bay "realism rules" movie, this was by far the dumbest most, ridiculously, UN-scientifically motivated parts of the movie. Not only would it take more energy then the Galaxy holds to warp space around a planet, but the minute it was turned off, and severed the planet, it would be severed even if re-started.
Then when it shuts off the last time, it suddenly creates a black hole, that sucks the planet back in..That's not how physics work BAY, mr. no Mass shifting!!!
That was so unbelievable Einstein just turned in his grave and SHIZZLESNIT his pants.
I call BS!
It's also not physically possible for blenders and plastic monster trucks to convert into robotic beings forged of metal alloy. Hell, beings from another planet isn't completely realistic in itself.
Also the minute a planet, the size of earth was next to us, we would collide into oblivion. Just bad writing on that part.
It's been hinted at a couple of times that Cybertron is smaller than that of Earth. I doubt a planet bigger than Earth has visible buildings, interstates, and cities from space. You would need to zoom in rather far to see those kinds of things on our world.
Personally, I find the first movie to be the best, and DOTM was behind it. ROTF was definitely the worst.