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Transformers: The Movie Script

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   (7.55 out of 10)

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User Comments for Transformers: The Movie

Jeff Biaritz (10 out of 10 )
Wow good god I can't wait for Transformers. It's a shame we have to wait until next year, takes too long for a movie to be made. Us fans of this franchise need it, Transformers - Robots in Disguise. It has a great Director - Michael Bay and good writers. Also has the man himself producing it - aka - Steven Spielberg. I must see Optimus Prime and the others. It's important. Good luck and god speed to all.

Frank (7 out of 10 )
Um. Jeff- you *do* realise that this script is for the animated movie which came out in the 1980's, don't you?

Super-Fan (9 out of 10 )
I think it's going to be an awesome movie and I can't wait to see it.

Jesse (10 out of 10 )
It's a summer block buster good for dads and kids. The acting is about what you would expect, but most summer movies are made with special effects and action and this movie delivers big time. The story is simplistic, the characters interesting and detailed. This is not alot of deep thought in the classic good versus evil, but the action sequences are stunning and raises the bar on hollywood special effects. For fans of the orginal series it's a must see movie of the year.

Animorph (10 out of 10 )
Even though this is for the 80's movie, I'll talk about the 07' movie anyway. The SFX where incredible, the robot action was well done and thrilling, the plot was good and compelling, the acting was great, it was funny, and it makes you want to see it again. Great job, Micheal Bay!

daniel (10 out of 10 )
Ah the 80's when fuel was low and the world just seemed so innocent without the prolific veil of terrorism when Saturdays were spent watching cartoons and playing with your favorite transformer or mask vehicle. I saw transformers in 1986 with my dad, it was amazing then. I just recently picked up a copy of transformers and it still rocks. Megatron was a gun and he should have been in the new movie shame on you Michael Bay for changing a brilliant character, at least in the true transformer movie Megatron from the 80's when Megatron was killed he changed into Galvatron.

Dave (6 out of 10 )
Was there an American release of this film as the version I have differs slightly in scenes and dialogue.

Jennifer (1 out of 10 )
First of all wrong cover for this script and second of all where is the script where the humans like Sam Bumblebee's owner speaking at? All I seen was the Transformers talking where is the good script? I love the movies and this just really disappoints me.

Walama (6 out of 10 )
Let me tell you why I didn't care for the first movie, didn't watch the second, and don't care even a llttie bit about this third one:- The Transformers are all overly detailed. I know it sounds crazy, but the level of detail they put into the robots mixed with the absolutely frenetic crank addict camera and angle switches don't produce anything cool on the screen to me. It ends up being a mess that if I want to enjoy I have to hop myself on speed then watch the movie in slow motion just to get an idea for what's going on. The first movie was a visual mess to me. And I'm a huge old school Transformers fan. Was my favorite cartoon as a kid and I still own many of the original toys which are now collectors pieces worth a lot more than what my rents paid for them when I was 6.

Steven (8 out of 10 )
There were more speaking parts added to the script and the script was slightly altered to give the movie a PG rating.

Richard (6 out of 10 )
Well, that was different. I can certainly see some of the final script in there, but it would have probably helped if I had no idea about "Transformers: The Movie". I kept overlaying final scenes over this and jumping ahead of the script to what I knew the next scene to be. Wheelie. Personally thank god the script was changed because I would have found this version of the character more obnoxious than the final script version. Optimus's final battle is again thank god for the final scenes because reading this version it just wasn't the heroic charge and fight with Megatron that ended up in the movie as far as I'm concerned. Needed more description of some of the new characters too, did I miss mention of Springer's alt modes, or Kup and Arcee's? Also what about Blurr? Did I actually miss his participation in the Battle of Autobot City or did he just mysteriously appear when the Autobots were bording the shuttles to try to travel to Cybertron to stop Unicron? It really seemed like Jazz calls Earth and then suddenly there's Blurr, no introduction what-so-ever for this new character. Everyother new character seemed to have some kind of introduction describing who they were but Blurr was suddenly there. Also wish there had been more description on the number of Sweeps, the size of Cyclonus's armada, and just which Decepticons became Scourge and Cyclonus. But I could hear some of the songs from the final movie (mostly the two by Stan Bush ("The Touch" and "Dare") and Weird Al's "Dare to be Stupid") and some of the character voices. And the interesting thing with the later was actually hearing the Judd, Idol, Stander, Welker, and Moschitta say lines that didn't appear in the final movie. It probably helped that some of the lines were close to the ones in the final movie in addition to lines that appeared in the movie.

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