VIDEO: Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen (2009)

Time to roll out and watch explosions, stereotypes, and awkward bathroom humor galore!

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  • danbreunig

    Something in this vid got me thinking of a particular question for you, Joey, and I think it’s because of the Sunbow origins of the Transformerverse:

    What are your thoughts about a making review or commentary about a single animation studio? What I mean is a brief history, collective image, contribution to animation altogether, social or generational impact, productions that were all-time classics and all-time duds, personal opinion, etc.

    And to answer your question of the day: L’Epouvante!

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    • Joseph Patrick

      That’s a very good question! I plan on doing a retrospective of the cartoons featured on the friday block on Cartoon Network. Fans would know it as “Cartoon Cartoon Fridays” but later got changed to “Friday” out of laziness I guess. As far as a specific studio goes, I wouldn’t mind doing one for Blue Sky animation.

      • Iggins

        Wait, how would a Blue Sky retrospective work if you’ve already reviewed 4 of their movies (Horton Hears a Who, Epic, Rio 2, and Robots)?

        • Joseph Patrick

          That’s a good point. Might focus more on their history rather than do a review of each of their movies. Might be leaning more towards the Cartoon Cartoon Fridays’ retrospective.

          • Iggins

            OK, I see!

            Also, would you ever consider doing an Ice Age 1 review in the future? (Yeah, you did say what your thoughts were on the movie in your Rio 2 video but you did so very briefly-you could still make another one where you elaborate more on what you said)

          • Joseph Patrick

            Oh, sure! Chances are me and the Ice Age films would be crossing paths sometime in the future on the Cartoon Palooza! When that would be is still undecided, lol

  • CaptainCalvinCat

    I have to admit, Joey, while this is the weakest part of the series, it has some enjoyable and salvageable scenes. if the movie would’ve lost the immature jokes (Dogs humping each other, Mum Witwicky being high on drugs, “the enemies scrotum”) and would be much shorter, it could actually work.

    But… just one thing concerning “the enemies scrotum”… since we know, that those are robots and they don’t have sex, the “scrotum” is not a real thing. It just resembled two balls – and honestly: I can live with that joke. It’s extremely lowbrow, yes, but I can live with it.

    If you compare that to the scene in Pulp Fiction, in which that soldier-guy talks about Bruce Willis’s dad, the watch and where he hid it in order to give it to Bruce Willis…. erm…. I take the scene with the enemie’s scrotum, which is far less yuck. Thank you. ^^

    • Joseph Patrick

      You know, if you can find some enjoyment out of a film then by all means, more power to you :)

  • Wizkamridr

    The 80s cartoons are just as horribly written as the Bay films. The Japanese toys are still cool. As well as the takara(?) commercials.