• Jun 4, 2007

If you're starting to get the feeling that you may see the entire Transformers movie if you just sit down to watch all the trailers and scenes, we're with you and we're not complaining. We've been peppering you with any clip from the upcoming movie that we can find, this time we're bringing you a quick glimpse of the 2009 Camaro, followed by part of an epic battle between Optimus Prime and Bone Crusher.

Transformers is now officially only one month away, but we've been psyched for this movie for months. From the clips we've seen so far, Michael Bay's imagination is way cooler than the stuff that we came up with in our back yard. If you're a fan of the movie like we are, Mr. Bay's website has lots of good info, so check it out. And you can watch the newest clip after the jump.

[Source: michaelbay.com]




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      • 7 Years Ago
      I stopped watching the trailers too, I don't want to be disappointed when i go to see the movie and find out all the action sequences were pretty much release on the trailers beforehand..

      • 7 Years Ago
      Re: "GM movie"...

      I guess you guys never realized there was an Optimus Prime toy that was a DODGE RAM PICKUP. Lol.
      • 7 Years Ago
      #2: Of course we did! This is GM's advertisemen- I mean MOVIE, and they paid for everything, so the entire movie, instead of being a movie about transformers, will basically be about GM products instead. This is exactly while I'll never pay to see it. Think the chase in the Matrix Reloaded, only 2 hours long.
        • 7 Years Ago
        lol
        • 7 Years Ago
        You actually think that this is GM's movie? That's so funny that it's sad. By the same logic, it's also the US Army's movie, because their equipment makes up the bulk of the other vehicles.

        I'm not saying there isn't heaps of product placement, but, right, GM decided they wanted to make a movie, so they bought the rights to the Transformers franchise to make a movie.

        And the fact that Hasbro/Takara have been licensing vehicle designs for at least 8 years, and a Transformers movie has been rumored for at least 3, doesn't factor into it at all. If it wasn't GM, it would be Ford or Toyota or Chrysler or someone else, because the movie came first, the vendor came second.
      • 7 Years Ago
      Yeah,... watched the trailer, watched the scene... Typical Michael Bay garbage.

      Blow up stuff and kill people (people? what people?) for no reason and without any afterthought of any kind. It's like the kind of film that a six year old boy would make.
      None of the scenes shown have any emotional context at all. ...Just explosion here, rock music there and a pseudo-witty one-liner tossed in. Basically, just what looks cool.

      Pathetic.

      "Selling out" to GM, Lockheed, Apple, or any of the laundry list of other companies that'll have their products placed, is the least of this movie's problems, and the BS hype--Giving it an award for Best movie no one has seen when (duh) no-one's seen it yet, doesn't improve the situation.

      I have the 20th Anniversary. Transformers: The Movie (the one that counts) and the included trailers for that film (that I haven't seen since I was 10yo) still evoke more emotion, wonder, and desire to see that story play out than any of these new ones.

      Luv the Pile-o-scrap CG robots and that exploding bus...Not.

      Someone mentioned the Matrix Reloaded as a comparo. It’s true that they are similarities, but the Bros "W" paid more attention to realism, detail and subtlety than Bay has (or apparently ever could).

      So I might see this "movie" when it comes to network tv or if I am somewhere that's showing it where I've got nothing better to do because scraping my eyeballs with steel wool would probably gross out the people around me.
      • 7 Years Ago
      • 7 Years Ago
      GM thanks you for promoting it's advertismen...I mean, movie.
      • 7 Years Ago
      Holy crap, that's awesome! The 2009 Camaro is amazing (listen to the sound of the engine), and loads of action. Besides, who doesn't want to see giant robots kicking the crap out of each other?
      • 7 Years Ago
      Wow. That's pretty impressive. Nothing like seeing Optimus back in action to make you feel like a kid again.

      But did we really need to see that Cadillac skidding to a hault at the end? Oh, I almost forgot this movie is directed by Michael Bay.
      • 7 Years Ago
      Rob, your just jealous because ToyoDUH didn't think of it first!
        • 7 Years Ago
        Tim: Actually I hate Toyota, and you're obviously too stupid to know the difference between YOUR and YOU'RE, so I really don't care what you think.

        And yes, it IS GM'S ADVERTISEMEN- I MEAN MOVIE! Every single vehicle on the highway, every single vehicle parked on the street will be a NEW SHINY GM VEHICLE, just like the chase scene in the Matrix Reloaded. To me, that REALLY detracts from the movie, becuase it ruins the idea that this is happening in today's world. I've NEVER seen a highway with all one brand of car, all shiny and new. Have you? No. NOBODY HAS, BECAUSE IT DOES NOT EXIST. I would be okay with it if GM bought the rights to the transformer vehicles themselves, but replacing ALL the other vehicles in the entire movie is just dispicable and annoying.
      • 7 Years Ago
      i stopped watching them. i don't want to ruin it.
      • 7 Years Ago
      if you look on the websites full trailer, you see prime still has his mask removed when he talks and indeed shows lips.

      LIPS! MICHAEL! LIPS!!!!

      horrible....
        • 7 Years Ago
        You know, Optimus Prime has always had lips. As Orion Pax (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Orion_Pax) he had visible lips; the mouth guard was added after he became Optimus Prime. I've also read/heard intimations that the mouthplate serves to protect his still-damaged lips. Further, there have been certain incarnations of Prime/Convoy (his Japanese name) that have had visible lips.

        Really, it's not a big deal. Most of the people complaining about this have only ever seen the Generation One cartoon that was shown in the US. Those familiar with all the Transformers properties understand that Prime is more mutable concept than fixed reference.

        (My favorite, incidentally, is Leo Convoy. Y'know, FYI.)
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