Transformers 2 Teaser Online!

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transformers 2 poster Transformers 2 Teaser Online!Finally! Our first look at footage from the upcoming and highly anticipated Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen.

The video, to be released during the 3rd quarter of today’s Super Bowl, is a 30-second teaser trailer showing all sorts of action and explosions as we’ve come to expect from director Michael Bay.

The trailer confirms Ravage’s inclusion to the movie, Starscream’s return and our first look at Devastator.

Enough talking, watch and see for your self:


That giant thing with the wheel for legs is supposedly Devastator which is a little disconcerting as I was hoping a giant bipedal monster similar to the original incarnation. That being said, I’ve heard some rumblings that what we see in the trailer may only be a part of the Devastator without all of its components.

The trailer makes me excited for the movie. What do you think of it?

Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen stars Shia LaBeouf, Megan Fox, Josh Duhamel, Tyrese Gibson, Isabel Lucas, Rainn Wilson and John Turturro. It debuts on the big screen June 26, 2009.

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  1. @ ken j. right on man, i’d never try to change the way someone else feels, just providing my opinion. i don’t ever think i’ve spent time watching any movie that i didn’t want to see in the first place, whether it be rented, bootlegged or my eyes taped open while i was tied to a wooden chair in a dark, wet Hostel-like basement and the images projected directly into my brain by unruly techniques producers like Bay would probably like to use on people who don’t want to see Transformers 2. but again, that’s just me, in my opinion, if eventually spend 2 1/2 hours of your time in life watching something that you knew you were going to hate in the first 30 second preview, you’re more confusing than an E.E. Cummings poem.

  2. @ Saad,

    Then I don’t understand how you can “pity” me for anything on a movie blog discussing a teaser trailer… a very powerful word used very inappropriately.

    And yeap, everything you’re saying about screen time I said above too.

  3. Your assumption doesn’t even come close to being relevant to why I was you know what,and you seem to be distorting what I implied again. I didn’t catch you pointing out the CGI problem. Oops.

  4. Rob,

    The way I see it, a good judge of whether or not they’ve done a good job developing characters in a movie is if the screen time they’ve been given feels “right”. We both agree the transformers needed a lot more in that department, and I would argue that it stems from a severe lack of said development.

    What you’re describing to me of the characters in the film is not so much character development as it is caricature and stereotype. Their behavior when they ‘sacrifice’ stems not from their character and internal fortitude, but because that’s how the screenwriters perceived that the universal ‘hero’ should act.

    Like I said, I’m glad you found it to be more engrossing than I did, because that means at least one of us got our money’s worth.

    As for Independence Day, that’s about a 3/10 – it at least had action scenes which could be followed technically.

    Terminator 3, I’d give about a 6 or 7 because the dialog was at least serviceable and the actors (except for Arnie for the first time in this series, strangely enough – but that may be due to the writers, I’m thinking) pulled off their characters believably. That’s in addition to the action scenes were well put together and solid, if not terribly original.

    Transformers couldn’t even put together an action scene where the movement was coherent. Even in the trailer for “ROTF” (all it needs is an “L”, right?) the movement was in so many different directions at once, the eye can’t focus on what’s going on, and this plagued the action scenes in the first film as well. That’s in addition to the scenes being shot too up close to huge robots, and editing that made it all but impossible to place where each character was in relationship to the others. In other words, it was chaos when scenes like this at their best only fool you into believing chaos is going on, but in reality the shots (when done right) are very well planned to give off that illusion while keeping the audience up to speed on relative location subconsciously.

    I will say that ILM did their job in bringing realism to the robots, and maybe I’ll spot the film an extra half-point for that, but their work was largely thrown away by every other technical aspect of the film which detracted from it.

    So, it didn’t bring the goods for me technically, emotionally (certainly not intellectually, but I never expected that), with humor (Turturo, Voight and the script made sure of that), or in any other way that matters when watching films in general – for me. There you have it.

  5. good points jerseycajun,

    The crazy bourne-style close-up shakey cam was another big problem in a lot of the fight sequences.

    I hope that’s addressed majorly in the sequel to. The teaser at least showed wider distanced shots so that’s a glimmer of hope.

  6. lol jb, now I have to look up EE Cummings and read some of his/her poems…

  7. @ SHODAN,

    I was trying to be nice, Flamestrike isn’t impressed with me to say the least.

  8. Rob,

    I deleted Shodan’s comment. Reminder to everyone, I will not allow comments that include personal insults, even if the rest of your comment may make good points.


  9. damn i cant really wait fir this film