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PostSubject: Re: Classic kids and other shows   Classic kids and other shows - Page 2 EmptyThu 18 Jul 2013 - 1:13

Oo Oo I did! And I still have it to this day, and wasn't the card from the second movie as I went and saw that at the cinema
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PostSubject: Re: Classic kids and other shows   Classic kids and other shows - Page 2 EmptyFri 19 Jul 2013 - 13:41

I have a passing interest in Transformers . . .

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PostSubject: Re: Classic kids and other shows   Classic kids and other shows - Page 2 EmptyFri 19 Jul 2013 - 17:39

What do you think of Michael Bay's take on the series?
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PostSubject: Re: Classic kids and other shows   Classic kids and other shows - Page 2 EmptyFri 19 Jul 2013 - 23:02

Love it! Obviously it's never going to touch the comic books in terms of robot characterisation but only an idiot would expect it to. For one, they can't afford to have robots on screen 100% of the time and general audience wouldn't go in for that. But it has its moments; Sentinels fall from grace in the third one, little moments between Ironhide and the others, Optimus' look of dismay when things go wrong. And the whole Sam and Bumblebee relationship will be remembered fondly by a while generation, like Elliott and ET.

But forget all that- Optimus is fighting Megatron and his cronies in the woods and he's all like "I'll take you all on" and his hands turn into swords and then there's the bit where he rips off the Fallen's face and shouts "GIVE ME YOUR FACE" or the bit where he flies in and kills all the bad guys in slow motion...

Yeah, I like them. They're some of the most successful films of all time so they must be doing something right. Any transformers fan who said they didn't at least love the autobot's own bits is a stupid hipster and you have my permission to kick them swiftly in whatever genitals they may possess.
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PostSubject: Re: Classic kids and other shows   Classic kids and other shows - Page 2 EmptySat 20 Jul 2013 - 1:54

I was never a Transformers fan - probably a little bit before my childhood - so the Bay films were a mixed bag for me. The first one was a surprising summer blockbuster treat, second one was passable (explosions and robots and Megan Fox, all still good) but I did not like the third one in any way. Neutral 
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PostSubject: Re: Classic kids and other shows   Classic kids and other shows - Page 2 EmptySat 20 Jul 2013 - 1:56

Buskalilly wrote:
Any transformers fan who said they didn't at least love the autobot's own bits is a stupid hipster and you have my permission to kick them swiftly in whatever genitals they may possess.

I hated that part and I own the largest collection of preserved animal genitals in the known world. Your move, Buskalilly.
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Stu_the_great wrote:
Anyone remember the two completely different Sonic cartoons? One that was a pile of arse and one that was the best thing ever?

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PostSubject: Re: Classic kids and other shows   Classic kids and other shows - Page 2 EmptySat 20 Jul 2013 - 10:33

JayMoyles wrote:
I was never a Transformers fan - probably a little bit before my childhood - so the Bay films were a mixed bag for me. The first one was a surprising summer blockbuster treat, second one was passable (explosions and robots and Megan Fox, all still good) but I did not like the third one in any way. Neutral 

Neither of the lead women in the Transformers film franchise up to press have been attractive to me. Also, if I hadn't been in the cinema with friends I would have walked out of the third one. Appalling stuff.
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PostSubject: Re: Classic kids and other shows   Classic kids and other shows - Page 2 EmptySat 20 Jul 2013 - 12:19

I'm surprised by all the hard for the third one. I thought it held together as a film in its own right much better than the second.
I'm hardly impartial though, I saw it at the pictures four times. :s
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PostSubject: Re: Classic kids and other shows   Classic kids and other shows - Page 2 EmptySat 20 Jul 2013 - 12:21

So is anyone looking forward to Bay's turtles film then especially as meagan fox is in it as april, which to me is disappointing as it should of been a redhead or at least someone that could pull it off like emma stone maybe.
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PostSubject: Re: Classic kids and other shows   Classic kids and other shows - Page 2 EmptySat 20 Jul 2013 - 12:30

masofdas wrote:
So is anyone looking forward to Bay's turtles film then especially as meagan fox is in it as april, which to me is disappointing as it should of been a redhead or at least someone that could pull it off like emma stone maybe.

Ooh, Emma Stone would've been good. For some reason I can really see Emma Watson as April O'Neill. I'm not too worried about it. I like the turtles but I'm not attached to them like I am transformers.
Also, is not really Bay's. He's just producing. Like how the first transformers film had Spielberg's name all over it.


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PostSubject: Re: Classic kids and other shows   Classic kids and other shows - Page 2 EmptySat 20 Jul 2013 - 13:54

This needs to happen.
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PostSubject: Re: Classic kids and other shows   Classic kids and other shows - Page 2 EmptySat 17 Aug 2013 - 10:32

There's a new Power Rangers coming soon called Super Megaforce and will have classic Rangers Including the Legend which is Jason David Frank reprising his role as Tommy Oliver in Green / White Ranger form.
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PostSubject: Re: Classic kids and other shows   Classic kids and other shows - Page 2 EmptySat 17 Aug 2013 - 14:30

masofdas wrote:
There's a new Power Rangers coming soon called Super Megaforce and will have classic Rangers Including the Legend which is Jason David Frank reprising his role as Tommy Oliver in Green / White Ranger form.
So like a whole series of forever red? That actually sounds pretty cool, I'll probably watch a few.
Does anyone else have love film instant? They recently add all the power ranger shows so I'm making my way through them on there.
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PostSubject: Re: Classic kids and other shows   Classic kids and other shows - Page 2 EmptySat 17 Aug 2013 - 21:14

I do have lovefilm, did have netflix which i watched all the original MMPR then the start of Zeo but that was it.
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PostSubject: Re: Classic kids and other shows   Classic kids and other shows - Page 2 EmptyMon 2 Sep 2013 - 22:17

The first 4 or 5 series of the original "The Real Ghostbusters" were brilliant, I watched a fair few of them last year after 'acquiring' said series on my PC, and they still made me chuckle with the odd line that I get now, but as a kid I'd have shrugged off.

Some of the stories were quite serious/scary for a kids show (see the armageddon by musical instrument episode, or the one where Egon's soul gets ripped out of him and replaced by a demon after an "accident") too, looking back.

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PostSubject: Re: Classic kids and other shows   Classic kids and other shows - Page 2 EmptyMon 2 Sep 2013 - 22:26

Luigi!

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Luigi!

No?
Very clever, I see what you did Smile *golf clap*
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