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Which Transformers movie has the best action?
Consequently, this article has been expanded to include more information about the best live-action Transformers movies.
- 6 Transformers: The Last Knight.
- 5 Transformers: Revenge Of The Fallen.
- 4 Transformers: Age Of Extinction.
- 3 Transformers.
- 2 Transformers: Dark Of The Moon.
- 1 Bumblebee.
Who does Optimus Prime fight?
That being said, its only watchable scene is one of the film series’ best as Optimus Prime finds himself fighting against Megatron, Starscream and a big brute named Grindor (not that the movie tells you his name).
Does Bumblebee fight Optimus Prime?
There was a whole lot of Anthony Hopkins narration, a little bit of Nazi action and perhaps most importantly, Optimus Prime was fighting Bumblebee and seemingly about to kill him.
Who is the enemy in Transformers 2?
The Fallen is the main antagonist of Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen. He is the first of the original 13 Primes, and the founder of the Decepticons.
Which transformer is the most popular?
Optimus Prime. Optimus Prime is perhaps the most iconic of all the transformers. Optimus Prime was voiced by the legendary Peter Cullen, who also voiced several memorable characters such as Eeyore from Winnie the Pooh, Coran from Voltron: Defender of the Universe and The Predator from the movie Predator.
What are the most epic action scenes in the Transformers movies?
From Revenge of the Fallen’s Forest Battle to Bumblebee’s dramatic finale, here are the most incredible action scenes in the Transformers movies. This probably has you scratching your head already. After all, the Transformers franchise is a lot like a Happy Meal.
What do you think about the original Transformers movie?
It’s a legitimately terrible film, with the most juvenile humor of the entire series. Stereotypes are abound, as well as exposed briefs and wrecking ball… unmentionables. Generally speaking, action always works best when we’re invested.
What makes Michael Bay’s ‘Transformers’ so good?
Michael Bay is really fond of freeway chases. They’re inherently kinetic, allowing for a lot of speed and a surplus of vehicles. He’s used this setting in movies like Bad Boys II, The Island, and of course in Transformers sequels. But this original scene is particularly iconic—namely because the visuals were still very novel at this point.
Does the Scorponok scene from Transformers still hold up?
The Scorponok scene from the original Transformers still holds up because it was so notoriously difficult to kill. It’s a purely human versus Decepticon fight. The soldiers have no Autobot to save the day, and the Scorponok actually kills people.