Difference between revisions of "Transformers: The Movie"

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According to [[Mark Kermode]], a "nippy, 85 minutes long" and "very good" animated film from 1986, which was Orson Welles' last movie. [[Andrew Collins]] was equally retrospectively positive about it, describing it as "cheap-looking and loveable."
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According to [[Mark Kermode]], a "nippy, 85 minutes long" and "very good" animated film from 1986, which was Orson Welles' last movie. After the release of [[Transformers: Revenge Of The Fallen]], Mark was asked by a number of listeners if he had seen the original film, and he replied “of course, it’s infinitely better.” [[Andrew Collins]] was equally retrospectively positive about it, describing it as "cheap-looking and loveable."
  
 
It is nothing to do with the later [[Michael Bay]] abominations - indeed, it was simply about robots hitting each other, and not about Michael Bay spending millions of dollars to go "[[Phwoarr, eh?]]"
 
It is nothing to do with the later [[Michael Bay]] abominations - indeed, it was simply about robots hitting each other, and not about Michael Bay spending millions of dollars to go "[[Phwoarr, eh?]]"

Latest revision as of 10:06, 5 January 2018

According to Mark Kermode, a "nippy, 85 minutes long" and "very good" animated film from 1986, which was Orson Welles' last movie. After the release of Transformers: Revenge Of The Fallen, Mark was asked by a number of listeners if he had seen the original film, and he replied “of course, it’s infinitely better.” Andrew Collins was equally retrospectively positive about it, describing it as "cheap-looking and loveable."

It is nothing to do with the later Michael Bay abominations - indeed, it was simply about robots hitting each other, and not about Michael Bay spending millions of dollars to go "Phwoarr, eh?"