Much better than the live action movie
I haven't been able to successfully watch this film all the way through
in a long time, like since I was a little kid. And I've got such fond
memories of it that I've bought it on DVD twice! Once way back, and
once again when that awesome remastered special edition came out before
the first new Michael Bay Transformers movie came out. And I still
haven't watched it all the way through in a long time. I always put it
on with a giddy fanaticism, ready to watch it again, and then promptly
pass out about thirty-forty minutes in. Generally, after Prime's death
and sometimes after Megatron is turned into Galvatron. I guess maybe I
just lose interest or maybe I should stop deciding to pull it out to
watch in times where I know I'm about to fall asleep. However, it is
still much better than the horrible live action movie directed by
sternkreis77 watch Immer Nie Am Meer movie
dreamwarrior watch Steel Magnolias movie
cool animation. me likey..
wilfred_serbiz watch Christmas Caper movie
saw the movie thin red line. soooo riveting and moving..
vojvodici watch One Last Thing... movie
No doubt hidden in the 271 reviews that precedes my own you will find many of my ideas and thoughts about this movie. No matter, I still feel obligated to share what this movie meant and continues to mean to me. To begin, credit must be given to the composer and artist of this film. While, although sometimes a bit cheesy (ie. that same choo-choo-train sewer music playing whenever unicron appeares, which is borrowed from from ROCKY IV), the music does energize the film at times and makes for a great soundrack. Next, despite what some others have said, the animation for this film was great for its time. I mean, who could ever forget that scene when Optimus decides, "Megatron must be stopped--no matter what the cost," and leaps into action blasting away. That's the stuff great memories are made of. Conversely, however, the plot of this movie made perfect sense when I was ten years old, but now seems a bit weak. But what can you expect? After all, it IS--or WAS--a childrens cartoon. More than anything I think this film represents the end of an era. While kids still have vivid imaginations and continue to love cartoons, I wonder if they will obsess over them (running home from school to make sure you didn't miss a minute) like we did. In these days of powerfull computers, DVDs, and Wallmart(hehe), I don't know if things will ever be the same. Bottom line, I love this movie not only for what it is( a childrens cartoon), but for what we made it( a legend that defines a generation). Autobots, transform and roll out. .
jeffjeff223 watch Bless The Beasts & Children movie
I love this, grew up with it, and now my boys love it. life can't get better .
CAN'T GET ENOUGH OF THIS CLASSIC!.
a clasic transformers animated film! fun to watch.
i love transformers .
The Matrix is the best movie ever made..
I'm 18 now, but back in the 80's I admit I was a Transformers nut. I watched
Transformers: The Movie recently and the memories just flooded
Even today Transformers seems just as awesome as it was back in it's glory
days. There was Optimus Prime (who was idiolised by millions of kids at the
time) who was leader of the Autobots. Then there was Megatron (or Glavatron)
who lead the evil Decepticons. My personal favourites were the sadistic
Quentissons, who created the Transformers in the first
Transformers the movie is a golden classic. I usually get tired easily of
cartoons which are turned into movies but not Transformers. Transformers:
the movie takes itself very seriously, but still has some hilerious
Certainly more than meets the eye.