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Transformers Movie - Bumblebee and more The new Camaro stars as the Autobot Bumblebee
In the Transformers series feature films.

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post #11 of 24 Old 06-30-2011, 08:33 AM
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post #12 of 24 Old 06-30-2011, 09:26 AM
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i loved it last night but i must admit there are a few things that bother me about the movie. i'll wait till we have a discussions thread going with spoilers so i don't ruin it for those who haven't seen it yet

i think the third movie made me actually like the second movie more

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Saw it yesterday afternoon. Loved it! The plot did suffer a bit due to wandering and a few holes and such. All in all, I was happily surprised by the movie. Emotional in spots, brutal is some spots. A little comedy mixed in here and there to lighten things up.

I would say that if you have small kids, like below age 10, you should probably not take them because there are some really brutal things that happen during the course of the film. People being killed, robots being executed and torn apart in gruesome fashion and so on. The last 45 minutes or so is the destruction of downtown Chicago and just about everything you see. It's pretty intense and that may be a bit much for some younger minds to handle. The movie did earn it's PG-13 rating, most definitely.

All in all, it was an excellent movie. I would rate it a solid "B" for sure. The 3D effects were spectacular and worth the price of admission. I will probably go back and see it again.

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robots being torn appart isnt for kids????? wtf does that mean

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i think it's more the fact that in this movie they use "fluids" to make it appear the robots are bleeding/hemmorgin, salivating etc. they made them way too human

but the bot back into autobot mr. bay and oh for the record kick mr spielberg to hell off the writing cast for the next installment

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Saw it today. Meh. I KNEW that stuff wasn't real the moment I saw what's her name's high heels not snap off during the entire fight scenes. The rest of it was totally believable. I caught myself saying "yeah, that could happen."

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Saw it today. Meh. I KNEW that stuff wasn't real the moment I saw what's her name's high heels not snap off during the entire fight scenes. The rest of it was totally believable. I caught myself saying "yeah, that could happen."
I wasn't looking at her heels not once

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I wasn't looking at her heels not once


I really just wanted to see LeBeef wet her life-raft sized lips and stick her to one of the glass panes on that building to hang onto. She didn't really do it for me. Sorry. Not like Megan would have at least. And I'm 100% hetero. I just checked.

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I really just wanted to see LeBeef wet her life-raft sized lips and stick her to one of the glass panes on that building to hang onto.
BUWAHAHHAHAHAHHAH

and ya she definately better not be in the next instalment of the movie

every time i see her all i can think of is this video


although i must say the addition of mc. steamy from grey's anatomy was an awsome choice

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