BeastProwl wrote:Well, as cool as that scene sounds, it never happened. I wish they would give the movie to us seibertronians to direct, with the animators, and let US make the movie. I'm sure with enough time, we could make it make more money then Avatar ever did.
NO... No we couldn't. Sorry, but their alot more to making a movie than just more screen time with the robots.
people need to understand that one of the reasons these movies have been as sucsesfull as they have been is because the apeal to such a large demographic of people. I too would have preffered a kick ass truck mode batle scene instead of Sam running around town loking for a job, but Like it or not, the love story and over zelous shots of Carly's Butt help sell the movie to people whom other wise would never go see it.
"screw them. We don't need them. The movies not made for them anyhow. I can deal with the movie making less money if it means we get the story we want."
While this may be the aurgument most would counter with, i'm sure the hundreds of people who worked on the set, who's lives depended on the finacial success of the movie would beg to differ with the aurgument.
A happy medieum has to be found. And i think there very close to finding that. But unfortunutly, a movie with less human and more robot focus isn't going to mean instant success like many here seem to think.