My new Terrahawk Prop

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My new Terrahawk Prop

Postby Shane » Mon Jul 11, 2011 2:40 pm

SPOILERYeah, the old blue robot buying it was a bit unsettling. He was quite a scary looking character, mind; Not sure what younger viewers made of him. The execution scene was particularly nasty, but you're right, it completely signposted that Bumblebee would be saved.Must admit, I was a bit sad to see Ironhide bite the big one, and Prime losing his arm was also traumatic to the 8 year old in me. Prime certainly hasn't messed around in these movies. The comic and cartoon version's of Prime was always a bit of a goody-two-shoes, but the movie incarnation is a stone cold killer!END OF SPOILERSI need to see TRON: Legacy again in 2D as I'm sure it's better than I remembered. When I saw it at Christmas I was hungover and watched it in darkorama 3D.
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My new Terrahawk Prop

Postby Vanessa » Wed Jul 13, 2011 12:05 am

Shhh chaps!Some of us haven't seen TF3 yet
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