posted on Jan, 31 2017 @ 07:38 PM
A few years back, when I'd first heard of the live action/cgi Transformers movie I thought that technology finally got to the point where a great
movie could be made, based on the source material.
So far, all we've gotten has been garbage. For some reason, the creators of the movies seemed to think anyone gives a darn about Shia Leboof or
Marky Mark's high school sweetheart.
I've seen some teasers for the next (final?) Transformers movie and it seems a bit intriguing, but I'm not holding my breath (based on the trash
It didn't have to be this way. How do I know this? Two words..... Transformers Prime.
Thanks to letting my son take control of Netflix once in a while, I was introduced to this show. Transformers Prime is a version of the source
material that seems to be geared towards a "tween" audience. It is definitely a "kids" show but there is enough of an ongoing (and often
compelling) story that adults can follow and at times get immersed in. With complete sincerity I believe that had the creators of Transformers Prime
been given the task of creating the live action movies, and used their vision and storyline and character selection (and character design) and
adulted-it-up just a bit... it would have been a smash hit.