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Would you see a Transformers movie where there was no plot,

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Would you see a Transformers movie where there was no plot,

Postby adamcooke » Mon Jan 19, 2015 5:02 am

I've had this argument with my friend, saying that he didn't really enjoy the movies because there was too much of a human plotline within the movies, and he'd rather see an hour and a half of giant robots fighting each other. Though we somewhat agree on the opinion on the movies, I don't think a purely giant robot action movie would be good, and I would need at least some plot.
My question is, as the title says, if they made a Transformer movie, where the entire movie, or at least 95% of it was fighting/action sequences, and assume they had a great team working on it, would you pay to go see it in theaters, or would you want to see it without paying for it? Possibly think that it would be too much action to handle, or think that even action movies need some plot.
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Re: Would you see a Transformers movie where there was no pl

Postby Sabrblade » Mon Jan 19, 2015 10:57 am

The previous films had plots? :P
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