Have to agree. Saw it last week, all alone because I was too embarrassed to ask any friends to go.Loved it. Non stop action that almost punches you in the chest.
I loved it too!!
Yeah, it totally rocked. SO many explosions, so little time.One issue though - I recall quite clearly that when I was going to school, chicks who looked like that DID NOT EXIST.
I wanna take me kids to see it now..but it costs me 56 dollars for me and 4 kids to see flick..and they saw HP and they saw Simpsons..so thats alot of dough...will wait til it comes on DVD me thinks.
I hated it and walked out after half an hour. However, I may or may not have been a bit drunk/stoned at the time. *cough*
Couldn't agree with you more, phishez.I went and saw it with three guys (see an earlier post of mine) who are all IT geeks - the only way to go, really!Loved it.Sequels... there must be more!!!
Haven't seen it yet, I want to though. Is it better than the original cartoon film?
Josh - I see movies by myself all the time. Kelly - It was so awesome.WJ - thats because the 'kids' weren't kids. They looked about 19.Cazzie - OUCH! I know greater union has a member clubwhere they offer one movie for an entire week at $8 tickets.Steph - it would have been a bit confusing thenMissE - if there are more autobots there will be more deceptecons too.Pie - plot wise it was ok, but the effects were absolutely amazing.
I've only heard one friend say they hated it and were ready to go home about half time. But he is a pharmacist. Maybe that is why. ?I'd like to see it. Transformers were my childhood with my little brother. I still have the ad jingle in my brain."transformers, more than meets the eye!"
Phish - I went to see it last night and I think it is the best frickin' movie ever. Are there plans for a sequel? I already know I have to buy it on DVD. I hope the special edition box set has some kind of transformy element to it!WJ - there probably were girls who looked like that in high school, but they were wearing dowdy uniforms (instead of not-very-much) and not allowed to wear make-up yet, whereas she obvy uses a trowel...
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