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Sheriff Gonna Getcha 03-31-2007 04:49 PM

Transformers Trailer
 
When I first heard about the movie, I thought it would be totally lame. After watching [URL="http://youtube.com/watch?v=zZp75fWe-ss"]this[/URL] trailer, however, I think it could actually be entertaining. It would certainly bring back a lot of childhood memories.

BTW, I know that this was discussed several months ago. But, given the new trailers, I thought that it is worth reviving.

EternalEnigma21 03-31-2007 05:57 PM

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Wow... Ihad no idea this was coming! I'm freakin stoked! Micheal Bay and Stephen Speilburg... that should be an awesome movie...

I'm gonna let the dork in me free this summer!

RobH4413 03-31-2007 05:59 PM

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Wow. It's very rare you see a novelty from the past come back like this. This actually looks like it may be the real deal.

Good shit.

Sheriff Gonna Getcha 03-31-2007 06:31 PM

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Spielberg and Bay working together is something I never expected to see. But the trailer definately looks interesting/promising.

JGisLordOfTheRings 03-31-2007 07:58 PM

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Awesome. Cant wait. Nice trailer too.

RobH4413 03-31-2007 08:09 PM

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I know this is random as shit, but I didn't think it merited starting a new thread...

I just saw Leo the Enforcer yesterday. What an awesome movie. I had never heard of it before, but really recommend it to anyone that likes dark comedy-ish movies. I thought it was amazing.

Yeah, random I know, but if your looking for a movie to rent tonight, go see it.

skinsfanthru&thru 03-31-2007 10:04 PM

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I was so amped when I first saw that trailer and now they r also showing some tv ads "Hidden" & "Destiny" with new footage:

[url=http://media.movies.ign.com/media/568/568421/vids_1.html]IGN: Transformers Trailer, Videos and Movies[/url]

Beemnseven 04-01-2007 09:47 PM

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Looks like a cross between "Independence Day" and "Wild, Wild West".

No thanks.

RobH4413 04-01-2007 10:19 PM

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[quote=Beemnseven;293685]Looks like a cross between "Independence Day" and "Wild, Wild West".

No thanks.[/quote]
Yeah, that's the reaction my brother had as well.

I'm not looking for a deep symbolic artistic movie here. A bunch of transforming machines fighting is a bunch of transforming machines fighting, you either hate it or love it....

Personally, I enjoyed independence day, I was entertained, and I'm hoping Transformers will give me something. Maybe Spielberg can pull this out of his ass (although the fact that Bay is doing it kind of makes me skeptical).

Regardless, I'm going to see it in theaters.

SmootSmack 04-01-2007 10:33 PM

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It's crazy that the first one is set in the year 2005. I mean back then it was like "Oooh 2005! That's so far in the future, wow!" Now it's like wait a minute, 2005? Did I miss something the last two years

I'm really excited about this movie, if for no other reason than Megan Fox! She makes my optimus prime ;)

Sheriff Gonna Getcha 04-01-2007 10:34 PM

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[QUOTE=Beemnseven;293685]Looks like a cross between "Independence Day" and "Wild, Wild West".

No thanks.[/QUOTE]

Independence Day was not an alright movie, which is a big compliment for a Michael Bay Film. Wild, Wild West was simply awful. I'm hoping Spielberg makes the film a little better than your typical Michael Bay film. I just can't see Spielberg attaching his name to an awful movie.

djnemo65 04-02-2007 02:08 AM

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If it wasn't for Spielberg being on board I would be totally incredulous about this one. Still, Michael Bay really worries me. The only film of his I have liked was the Rock. That was cool. Other than that, one could make a strong argument for him as the worst director of his generation.

But if this is a success, there will be good things in our future. Remember when X-Men hit, and suddenly every superhero was getting his own movie? (alot of stinkers, but Spiderman has become one of the great blockbuster franchises). Well, if transformers is a success get ready for Thundercats in 2009, the GI Joe trilogy starting in 2010, and a darker version of He-Man directed by David Fincher. How great would that be?

Sheriff Gonna Getcha 04-02-2007 02:28 AM

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[QUOTE=djnemo65;293718]But if this is a success, there will be good things in our future. Remember when X-Men hit, and suddenly every superhero was getting his own movie? (alot of stinkers, but Spiderman has become one of the great blockbuster franchises). Well, if transformers is a success get ready for Thundercats in 2009, the GI Joe trilogy starting in 2010, and a darker version of He-Man directed by David Fincher. How great would that be?[/QUOTE]

Thundercats...wow. You definately brought back some memories.

KLHJ2 04-02-2007 05:16 AM

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[quote=djnemo65;293718]If it wasn't for Spielberg being on board I would be totally incredulous about this one. Still, Michael Bay really worries me. The only film of his I have liked was the Rock. That was cool. Other than that, one could make a strong argument for him as the worst director of his generation.

But if this is a success, there will be good things in our future. Remember when X-Men hit, and suddenly every superhero was getting his own movie? (alot of stinkers, but Spiderman has become one of the great blockbuster franchises). Well, if transformers is a success get ready for Thundercats in 2009, the GI Joe trilogy starting in 2010, and a darker version of He-Man directed by David Fincher. How great would that be?[/quote]
The only one you left out is Voltron!

skinsfanthru&thru 04-02-2007 07:07 PM

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[QUOTE=djnemo65;293718]If it wasn't for Spielberg being on board I would be totally incredulous about this one. Still, Michael Bay really worries me. The only film of his I have liked was the Rock. That was cool. Other than that, one could make a strong argument for him as the worst director of his generation.

But if this is a success, there will be good things in our future. Remember when X-Men hit, and suddenly every superhero was getting his own movie? (alot of stinkers, but Spiderman has become one of the great blockbuster franchises). Well, if transformers is a success get ready for Thundercats in 2009, the GI Joe trilogy starting in 2010, and a darker version of He-Man directed by David Fincher. How great would that be?[/QUOTE]

GI Joe and He-Man r in the works already and so is a Gatchaman animated movie for oldschool anime fans.

here is a link with one new transormers production photo of optimus & bonecrusher which links to 2 others as well:

[url=http://www.aintitcool.com/node/32126]Optimus Vs. Bonecrusher! Place your bets!! -- Ain't It Cool News: The best in movie, TV, DVD, and comic book news.[/url]


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