I didn't miss Jazz dying, I caught it, barely. But other people certainly did miss it. Because there's no pacing, there's no lead up to Jazz dying he just gets ripped in half and that's it.Shardin5 wrote: Not going to argue with you, just disagree.
Didn't have any problems telling the Brightly colored Autobots with blue eyes from the mean dull colored Red eyed Decepticon's. My 6yr old nephew says, when Megatron yells I wont you you in 2 peices and pulls Jazz apart. Jazz was dead, not sure how you missed it, but he says watch the movie again, you can't miss it.
YOU will hate the new movie if you had problems with the 1st movie telling the Bot's apart. MORE, Bot's, bigger Battles.
It's not just telling the autobots from the dec, it's telling the decepticons from the decepticons and so on. They're all just a gazillion little pieces. It's called "TOO BUSY". They should've made the transformed designs a heck of a lot less busy.
But bot recognition was not why I hated the first movie. The movie itself was flawed. I mean in one scene, the kid gets up says "morning mojo" to his dog then he sees his crazy robot car drive back to his house and he freaks out and jumps on his bike and the car starts chasing him right? Then he goes past the hot chick, she starts to follow, then he bikes to some industrial park and suddenly it's night time! Didn't the kid just saying "morning" to his dog? Now it's night time? So the kid has been biking ALL DAY long????
I mean, doesn't Michael Bay know ANYTHING about continuity? How can such a big name director make such a film school student mistake.