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bwood
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Sun Dec-04-22 10:16 AM

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"Transformers: Rise of the Beasts (Steven Caple Jr., 2023)"


  

          

https://youtu.be/WWWDskI46Js

It took getting Bay off these for me to get excited about a Transformers movie. Shit looks hard as fuck.

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This and the Bumblebee movie prove Bay needed to go.
Dec 04th 2022
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I'd argue that the Bay movies proved Bay needed to go
Dec 04th 2022
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Looks solid, robot centered and not human centered n/m
Dec 04th 2022
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But is that Jazz though?
Dec 05th 2022
4
great character design
Dec 07th 2022
5

Sofian_Hadi
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Sun Dec-04-22 01:21 PM

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1. "This and the Bumblebee movie prove Bay needed to go."
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Bumblebee was really good and this looks absolutely FLAMES. The Transformers dont just look like a bunch of twisted metal with legs anymore. Thank god.

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Cold Truth
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Sun Dec-04-22 11:59 PM

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3. "I'd argue that the Bay movies proved Bay needed to go"
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>Bumblebee was really good and this looks absolutely FLAMES.
>The Transformers dont just look like a bunch of twisted metal
>with legs anymore. Thank god.

But I understand the sentiment

  

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Beamer6178
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Sun Dec-04-22 03:20 PM

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2. "Looks solid, robot centered and not human centered n/m"
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spenzalii
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Mon Dec-05-22 01:25 AM

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4. "But is that Jazz though?"
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My favorite Autobot got turned into a Pontiac Solstice and ripped in half. Hated that. Now, if that Porsche happens to be Jazz in the movie, they can take my money

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ternary_star
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Wed Dec-07-22 01:25 PM

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5. "great character design"
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I have no interest in Transformers after what Bay did to the franchise, but this is clearly what they should have looked like from the start.

  

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