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    Quote Originally Posted by Jazz935 View Post
    What if the humans were all zombies.. I mean ..come on.. who doesnt like zombies??
    Yay! Zombies! I love zombies!!!!
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    Yay! Zombies! I love zombies!!!!

    Zombies are the shiznik! ( I have been addicted to playing a stupid Popcap game.. Plants versus Zombies.and it rocks...hmmm..maybe Transformers verses Zombies..or Transformers go to Zombieland.
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    Zombies are the shiznik! ( I have been addicted to playing a stupid Popcap game.. Plants versus Zombies.and it rocks...hmmm..maybe Transformers verses Zombies..or Transformers go to Zombieland.
    Oh, I want to hear Jazz scream, "Where are you, you spongy, yellow, delicious bastards?" hehehehehehehe
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bot Girl View Post
    Oh, I want to hear Jazz scream, "Where are you, you spongy, yellow, delicious bastards?" hehehehehehehe

    OK that just made me blow coffee out my nose..hehehehe

    Now I wanna watch Zombieland again...and imagine it with TFs instead
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jazz935 View Post
    OK that just made me blow coffee out my nose..hehehehe

    Now I wanna watch Zombieland again...and imagine it with TFs instead
    I LOVE it when I can make you do that!!!! hehehehehehehe!

    That sounds fun. I haven't bought that DVD yet but I may tomorrow now!
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    Default Re: A Transformers movie without humans...

    I think a CGI animated movie prequel could work.

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    Don't be too surprised if it happens. Transformers: War for Cybertron is being released later this year and the "buzz" is that it is going to be up on the list for Game of the Year, much like Batman: Arkham Asylum was. I don't know if any of you are Batman fans, but he has had a couple of animated full-length straight to DVD releases, all of which were pretty good. It takes a different direction as far as style goes, but chances are, with the buzz of it, a well-done, straight to dvd release is likely and chances are it will resemble the design in War for Cybertron. Just how I would imagine it happen.
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    Quote Originally Posted by alexsm View Post
    You know that it wouldn't be a live action movie, didn't you? If the characters are CGI and the scenarios are CGI you have an animation movie, and if you want it to be as realistic as this last was you may need 500-700 Millions $ budget.
    Not really, especially when having big time actors/actresses and the ever present product placement (which is common in Bay movies). Although I don't think even in the animated versions there wasn't humans, ofcourse there is going to be humans no matter what. Just more balanced, I think - and under that it will still be live action as long as it has its own human actors.

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    Beowulf was all cgi and i was still pleased to see Angelina Jolie naked. All CGI works if done well.

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    Default Re: A Transformers movie without humans...

    Would be nice but not a realistic option.

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    My 2c...

    I was watching a bit of the 1986 movie recently, and something I noticed was that with the exception of the 'super' robots, the sense of awe and majesty and scale of the Transformers in relation to humans was simply not present.

    Something that I think has been handled very well in the two movies to date is that because the robots get relatively little screen time, the times when they do appear on screen, you do get that sense of awe and wonder - having the robots on screen seemed more 'special'. That's not to say I don't want more robot screen time - I do - but with too much robot screen time in relation to humans, the robots don't seem to be quite as 'extraordinary'.

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