Gorechyld wrote:Oh dear god that is a horrible picture! What the hell IS going on with her neck, that picture makes her look like she has no shoulders!
Honestly, I don't care who comes back. I don't hate Micheal Bay, I actually enjoy how he made the Transformers organic/robotic organisms and brought a sense of "realism" to the franchise. I mean lets face it, had they gone the GEEEEEEEEEEWOOOOOOOON! route, it probably would have been unconvincing and utterly ******. Don't get me wrong, I love my G1 continuity but come on. If people can accept the complete and utter **** that was Transformers Animated, then why so much hate for Bayformers? Animated took the characters and turned them into ugly, unlikable Japanimation garbage. The characters were all over the place, the story was crap...actually was there a story? All I ever saw of it was goddamn "filler" episodes. Now I'll admit, there is NO excuse for the lame humor and crappy characters like Mudflap and Skidz, but I can't say I was ever disappointed in any of the Transformers movies. It was what it was supposed to be, a story with over arching drama that slowly spoon fed us into climactic battle scenes with giant ass robots. And the movie delivered that each and every time, so again why all the hate? Aside from some of the designs I mean, cause I'll also openly admit I HATED Starscreams wedge of cheese design. But otherwise I think they all worked out fairly well.
Exactly. Though I will say I was a bit dissapointed with DOTM. I expected it to be leaps and bounds better than ROTF, but I thought it was only slightly better. DOTM had no real robot-to-robot fights like the forest battle in ROTF, and it didn't really have me guessing about what would happen, because everything was basically laid out from the beginning. And there where no parts where I actually felt the movie. Unlike in ROTF, I almost cried when Optimus died. You just don't do that! But DOTM totally made up for it with its abundance of explosions though.