Instruments of destruction was awesome, especially the bit where the singer just screams an entire verse instead of singing.
I'm now just gonna stick this movie on instead of watching the Fallen and when someone asks me if the Fallen was any good im simply gonna give them a review of the only Transformers movie I know. This one.
With looking in the last release DVD booklet. That in the voice actors section it doesnt mention Gregg [not just saying this due to him being at AA in 3 days time]
Just that the Movie couldn't finished if you removed Grimlock from it. Wheelie could have stuck with riding on Sludge - but that only leaves Swoop to give the Dinobots direction while roaming around on Quintessa. Resulting in them arriving back on Cybertron too late?
Post by andrewbcalculating on Jan 18, 2012 10:54:25 GMT
Transformers: The Movie got a mention on Kermode & Mayo's film review from January the 13th. At 1 minute exactly of the podcast, a correspondent from Amsterdam emailed saying someone called Edward who worked as a projectionist at a film theatre called The Lookout was having a party at the film theatre to celebrate leaving his job as the projectionist to write a thesis. The party would include a showing of his favourite film which is Transformers: The Movie at the film theatre.
I saw some bits of the film on blu-ray at the weekend. I am in two minds. The picture quality is exceptional. The movie has not looked so good since it was in cinemas. I thought the sound master was rather flat though in comparison to dvd releases.
Will still acquire at some point though. Looks stunning.