Friday, July 13, 2007

Movie "Review": Transformers

Ok, this isn't going to be as much of a review as it is a bunch of compliments about the Transformers movie strung together.

*Warning*, I probably will post about some of the coolest parts so if you haven't seen it you might want to click away.

Now that that's out of the way, HO-LEE CRAP!

Seriously, this movie is A-FREAKIN'-MAZING!

It took a ton of work, 38 hours for one frame of movement for the Transformers, and it shows. The way the Transformers blend with the humans is awesome. From the start you really feel like there were giant robots working alongside the actors on the set. That's also a testament to all of the actors as well. They did a phenomenal job.

I grew up watching Transformers, and when I heard that they were making a full-length feature film I was excited, but not overjoyed. I thought that it would probably be pretty good, but nothing could have prepared me for what I experienced last Tuesday night.

I was grinning like a little kid, probably like I used to when I watched the Transformers cartoon, from the time the lights dimmed to the time I walked out of the theater. Seeing that new Camaro on the big screen also added to the experience. I grew up loving Camaros, I currently drive a '94 Z28, and seeing the 5th generation Camaro get so much exposure, and whoop that Mustang's ass, made the movie that much better. Seriously, when it showed up for the first time in the tunnel I was clapping and whistling. The other moviegoers probably thought I was crazy, but I couldn't help it. It's been two years since the Bumblebee photos were leaked, and five years since the last Camaros were produced. I've got a lot of enthusiasm about this new model bottled up, and the Transformers movie helped relieved a little bit of it.

The acting was on point, Megan Fox is hot. The Transformers were perfect, sorry you had to die Jazz. And this movie spoke to me.

I really don't know how to describe it, but as I walked out of the theater I had this overwhelming sense that I have to be involved in the movie industry some how. Making others have the same feeling that I had after seeing this movie would be awesome. I'm not sure what I'm going to do with this newfound enthusiasm, but I know that I can't waste it. I have a few projects that I'm putting together, mind you that I have no experience in film, acting, etc. Hopefully someone out there enjoys them.

In conclusion, GO SEE THIS MOVIE RIGHT NOW! Stop reading this blog, close down your browser and head to the nearest theater. Yes, it really is THAT good. Go! Now!

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