The Autobots are back…to sell you more products!! Relive Michael Bay’s most incomprehensible, illogical, unintelligible Transformers movie yet — now featuring China!
We’ll take it.
Film adaptations rarely capture the nuances — subtle or otherwise — of their source material. Here are a few examples of those cinematic failures that either should have been done better, or never even attempted.
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…even with Brooklyn Decker
Expect Trent Reznor to get involved too.
The biggest actress in the world will be the center of attention. Makes sense!
Whoa. Whoa. WHOA. Wait. Whoa.
See it if you’ve read the book. See it for Affleck’s dong. We don’t really care why, but just go see Gone Girl.
Not much of a surprise.
Stephen Hawking: Dreamboat
From the mouths of babes.
The myth of Murray continues.
Just click one button and it will give you a stupid film idea starring Adam Sandler.
If you want to make a movie 300% better, make the protagonist a sniper. Snipers are awesome.
This has to be the most exciting moment of the past ten years for David Charvet.
There isn’t a juicy reason behind it. Leo’s just taking a break from acting.
It’s not flashy…and that’s the point.
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Do I smell a crossover with the Kevin Smith universe? No. That’s just burning tar.
Bring it on! Let’s wash that ‘Cars 2′ taste out of our mouths.
It probably won’t star Leary. He’s got something else going.
We’re all Legend. Except people in the deep south. They’ve got some work to do before they become Legend.
There could be a couple positives to this news.
+100 ScreenBux for anybody who can name a “Let her go!” example that *wasn’t* included in this video.
Does Jon Cryer really have the torso of a 13 year-old boy and the head of a brontosaurus?
GET BETTER, TRACY! We miss you.
I wonder how many children he’ll eat in this children’s show.