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Wednesday, May 14, 2014

IN THE TF4 MOVIE, OPTIMUS PRIME IS SAD; VERY SAD... READ TO FIND OUT WHY!!

Today I'll focus on a humorous poster featuring Optimus Prime from the forthcoming Transformers Age of Extinction movie, which should be arriving later this year in June 2014. I basically utilized an untitled movie poster to create something that has been echoing in my mind for over a year.
Clearly, even Optimus Prime feels the need for a change, specifically a change in the direction that the TF movies have taken over the past 5 years.
 
As a director, Micheal [KaBoom!] Bay has a certain style; a signature that runs through his movies. And the thing is, after a complete movie Trilogy, it would have been wiser for Hasbro and Paramount Studios to just hand the Transformers movie franchise over to someone else. But now, egos come into play; and Micheal Bay probably feels like the Billion-dollar TF movie franchise is his successful baby, something that he created, and something that he just doesn't want to let go off.

But the thing is, the Transformers, and their countless fans both young and old, have been around Loooooong before Micahel Bay ever hit the scene as a director.

So now, consider the math:
Weak / silly plot + Big Explosions + Already Famous Robots = Huge Box Office Success.
 
And whether Michael humbly admits it or not, any descent director with a flare for fusing action and drama could have created a blockbuster TF movie, because the fans came out in the millions to see their childhood fantasies brought to life. When the first TF movie came out, we all wanted to see the Robots In Disguise, and not "Sam Whit-wacky" or whatever the hell his name was. Plus I could have sworn that the Autobots befriended a little boy named SPIKE not Sam, in the original Transformers G1 cartoon series from way back in 1985 or so.

But Hasbro also cut a rather greedy / money-saving deal on the production of the TF4 movie, since it was rumored that Michael would direct it for between 20 - 30 million dollars less than its predecessor, Transformers 3: the Dark of the Moon. I wonder why Michael Bay couldn't have saved that sort of money in the production of TF3; and now he plans to save that money in TF4, a movie that should logically cost more than its predecessor so that it can be better...

All right, I've ranted enough for one day. Check out this other article for more Cool Transformers 4 movie posters: HERE

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