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2020-10-31 2:12:36 AM  
89 votes:
It IS rather amazing how these children can transform more realistically than the robots in those Michael Bay movies.
 
2020-10-31 4:51:59 AM  
35 votes:
I saw these "Nightmare on Sesame Street" pics the other day.  I apologize in advance for the size of the post.

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2020-10-31 8:37:49 AM  
25 votes:
Runner up?
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2020-10-31 2:07:22 AM  
23 votes:

Natalie Portmanteau: Man, now I have to make a Soundwave costume.


Ow!  I don't want to think about the splits involved in that..
 
2020-10-31 1:57:20 AM  
20 votes:
Man, now I have to make a Soundwave costume.
 
2020-10-31 2:10:17 AM  
14 votes:
Prior to starting the video, I was afraid this was a re-enactment of the War of the 5 Kings
 
2020-10-31 1:47:00 PM  
13 votes:
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2020-10-31 2:55:51 AM  
12 votes:

Alphax: It IS rather amazing how these children can transform more realistically than the robots in those Michael Bay movies.


I think there's a certain je ne sais quoi lost without the spiraling somersaulting that Bay's Transformers do.
 
2020-10-31 8:49:14 AM  
10 votes:
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2020-10-31 11:14:42 AM  
5 votes:
Me Grimlock approve.
 
2020-10-31 2:51:39 AM  
5 votes:
Where omega Supreme?
 
2020-10-31 6:21:45 AM  
3 votes:

waxbeans: Alphax: Natalie Portmanteau: Man, now I have to make a Soundwave costume.

Ow!  I don't want to think about the splits involved in that..

Wouldn't it just be fetal position?


With the original toy, more like bending your legs out sideways until you stick your feet in your own ears.
 
2020-10-31 7:11:19 AM  
2 votes:
I means it's cute, but the last one looks nothing like a VW bug
 
2020-10-31 4:48:57 AM  
2 votes:
In that video there's more than meets the eye.
 
2020-10-31 2:25:58 PM  
1 vote:

Alphax: I saw these "Nightmare on Sesame Street" pics the other day.  I apologize in advance for the size of the post.

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Yrah those won't HAUNT MY FRIGGING DREAMS, THANK YOU SO GODDAMN MUCH.
 
2020-10-31 6:29:07 AM  
1 vote:

Alphax: waxbeans: Alphax: Natalie Portmanteau: Man, now I have to make a Soundwave costume.

Ow!  I don't want to think about the splits involved in that..

Wouldn't it just be fetal position?

With the original toy, more like bending your legs out sideways until you stick your feet in your own ears.


🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣
 
2020-10-31 4:56:03 AM  
1 vote:

Alphax: I saw these "Nightmare on Sesame Street" pics the other day.  I apologize in advance for the size of the post.

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Ok, some of those are REALLY inspired.
:D

/big thumbs up and thanks for sharing
 
2020-10-31 4:54:32 AM  
1 vote:

Claude Ballse: Resident Muslim: Alphax: It IS rather amazing how these children can transform more realistically than the robots in those Michael Bay movies.

You watch Transformer movies expecting realism??

/not a fan of the movies
//not a hater either
///have enjoyed the occasional Bay flick

I expect transformers to actually transform realistically like the toys do. Bending joints, folding into place, etc.

Having them disintegrate into a whirlwind of parts flying around for reassembly is as lazy as it is pathetic.


Do you also expect them to only move when a child pushes them? Stop making the trademark transformation noise because that doesn't happen in real life? The missiles to hit but not explode because what you shot out of the toys didn't?

The toys emulated the cartoons and the children's imagination was supposed to fill the gaps.
I'm sure Hollywood could have done robots that had bending joints that fold into place. But why take away from flashiness and excitement?
I could have watched a movie as you described, but fantasy:SciFi movies are supposed to expand in life, not emulate it.
This actually stretches out thinking in the real life and see what is possible.
Who knows what can happen when nanotechnology reaches a point of small, moving, robotic parts.
 
2020-10-31 4:21:15 AM  
1 vote:

Resident Muslim: Alphax: It IS rather amazing how these children can transform more realistically than the robots in those Michael Bay movies.

You watch Transformer movies expecting realism??

/not a fan of the movies
//not a hater either
///have enjoyed the occasional Bay flick


I expect transformers to actually transform realistically like the toys do. Bending joints, folding into place, etc.

Having them disintegrate into a whirlwind of parts flying around for reassembly is as lazy as it is pathetic.
 
2020-10-31 3:39:07 AM  
1 vote:
geez cris. i thought we were getting a chicken vid. well that just sucked.
 
2020-10-31 3:37:42 AM  
1 vote:
Soundwave G1 voice compilation part I
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best xformer
 
2020-10-31 3:36:01 AM  
1 vote:
I'm disappointed this didn't involve dressing up chickens.
 
2020-10-31 3:10:39 AM  
1 vote:

Resident Muslim: Alphax: It IS rather amazing how these children can transform more realistically than the robots in those Michael Bay movies.

You watch Transformer movies expecting realism??

/not a fan of the movies
//not a hater either
///have enjoyed the occasional Bay flick


Just saw the first one, once.  Far, far too many humans in it.

I still like the 1986 movie.
 
2020-10-31 3:06:25 AM  
1 vote:
Is this a stolen video, or a reenactment? This should have a vintage tag as it was d'une a few years back. Pepperidge farm remembers.
 
2020-10-31 3:05:51 AM  
1 vote:

Alphax: It IS rather amazing how these children can transform more realistically than the robots in those Michael Bay movies.


You watch Transformer movies expecting realism??

/not a fan of the movies
//not a hater either
///have enjoyed the occasional Bay flick
 
2020-10-31 3:01:32 AM  
1 vote:
Street entertainers on Hollywood Boulevard and on the Strip in Vegas (you know, the peeps tourists snap a pic with for a few bucks) have had these since the first Michael Bay Transformers flick came out.

Getting them kid-sized is super cute, though. I woulda been over the moon to have a costume like that as a kid.

/OG cartoon Jazz for life
 
2020-10-31 2:53:08 AM  
1 vote:
Yup, these kids win costume of the century awards.  Wow.  I honestly wish I could have been half as awesome as that in 1985.
 
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