Rated X wrote:I’ve never been a quality control freak. HD, Blue Ray, and stereo surround sound are all over-rated to me. I grew up in the 80's when we didn’t have none of that and learned how to enjoy a movie the old fashioned way: WATCH THE MOVIE !!! I love AVI's just like I love KO’s. When it comes to my support for the movie, best believe ill be getting the deluxe edition when it comes out. But that could be in months and this is now. If you want a crying baby on your right, a facebook addict texting on your left, and are willing to miss good scenes just to take a 2 minute piss break, then go to the theater. Ill be at home watching it on my flat screen, feet up with an ice cold beer, pause button, and no distractions.
And no I did not know the Mercedes was Soundwave because everything moves so quickly and every Decepticon robot appeared to be silver in the quick glances they offered making it hard to tell who’s who.
Fact: AVI's aka Bootlegs suck! Suck bigtime. There is no quality to them, they are poor copies. Not even copies, they're crap cam vids from some dudes phone. Always too dark, NEVER showing any form of definition, lucky if you get sound, and that crying baby and crazy FBer usually pop up as a black silhouette on an AVI and walk across the screen.
The scene with Soundwave lasted a good 5 plus minutes so he didn't blur by, you just couldn't tell who he was cause your bootlegs quality was horrible and you couldn't hear Patrick Dempsey tell Soundwave, by name mind you, to leave Carly alone.
So yeah, I went to the theatre, twice, to see the movie how it was meant to be seen, in all its IMAX 3D and 2D high definition glory and guess what, I saw every Transformers clearly, I knew who everyone was regardless of screen time, I say battle scenes that surpassed that of ROTF in clarity and definition and I got to cheer with everyone else when the Autobots kicked some Decepticon tail.
Im not knocking you for liking an ice cold brew and the comfort of your own home, but you cant tell me an 8 track is as good as and mp3 player, so theres no way an AVI beats a theatre screening. Sorry.