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Optimus has betrayed us -Transformers: The Last Knight, trailer 2

As a side note, this trailer will get replayed during the 2nd quarter of the Super Bowl with added footage.

At this point in the Transformers franchise do we even need humans? They are as about as useful as a screen door on a submarine (Not my joke, but i’ll use it as such). The only reason Spike was of use to the Autobots in the 1986 movie was because he had a damn exoskeleton. And don’t get me started on that pussy Daniel. Get rid of the humans and give me more Transformers, please and thank you.

What does this trailer say about the movie? It means one thing, Optimus is going down and it’s Hot Rod’s time to shine. I couldn’t be happier. Optimus dies, passes on the Matrix of Leadership straight to Hot Rod (FUCK Ultra Magnus) and he takes this franchise in a new direction.

ONE SMALL REQUEST. More 80s music in the movies to come…


*UPDATE* – Some People Are NOT Happy At The Way Wolves Are Depicted In The Budweiser Super Bowl Ad (Seriously)

James Lee

1 hour ago

I’m sick of wolves being portrayed in the media as demonic monsters that only hurt other creatures. Yes, they do kill things, but that’s because they’re carnivores and eat meat out of necessity. On top of that, they’re scared shitless by humans. Do you know how many people were killed by wild wolves in North America last year? None. How many wolves were killed by people in the same year? Several hundred. Other than the fact that wolves are necessary for a healthy environment, DOGS like the puppy in this commercial are really just a domesticated form of wolf. So please, if you love dogs so much, have an open mind about some other animals.
The only thing I could think of while reading this  comment was this scene from Strange Wilderness:
There’s a lot to love here, and in the interest of fairness, he does bring up a semi good point. Dogs as pets is definitely a Western idea, as their eaten just like we eat cows or chickens in other parts of the world. That part of his comment is true. But the fact of the matter is that wolves are wild animals, and just because James Lee on YouTube tells me that they’re afraid of humans doesn’t mean I’m going to go run out into the wild and try to see if wolves are really misunderstood. Also, where is he getting his wolf facts? You know why zero humans have been killed by wolves in North America? Because those who were killed by wolves are now just a pile of bones. Wolves aren’t going to chew up an arm or a leg. They’re going to rip you apart until there’s nothing left. I get your point James, but I think you’re barking up the wrong tree.
– Ryan

Budweiser Is Back With A Sequel To Last Year’s Clydesdale & Puppy Super Bowl Commercial

You can put a cute puppy into pretty much any environment, put it on film and I’m going to love it. It’s just one of those things that no matter the situation I’m going to love it and tear up. Well it turns out Budweiser does not only make beer that I enjoy, but they also have perfected the art of a puppy and a group of horses being best friends. Their really isn’t much more to this commercial than inter species friendship, but sometimes that’s all you need.

– Ryan

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