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  1. Nope. All ships use artillery and missiles. Beam weaponry is one of the reasons why Mobile Armors are labeled as forbidden technology in the Post-Disaster timeline.
  2. You must have left the theater early. Well, just to save you the trouble of watching the films again... 1. Optimus simply launched himself into outer space to confront the "creators". This is where the new film will pick up. 2. Judging by the teaser above, the Dinobots will still be a thing. 3. Given the direction of this film series, there is no "calling for help", as both Autobots and Decepticons are fair game to the humans. 4. The film will come up with some convoluted plot to explain how Galvatron reverts to Megatron. 5. Re: Transformium - Don't know, don't care. 6. Though he got his vocal processor fixed by the Allspark in the first film, it got busted again in the beginning of ROTF for unexplained reasons. Otherwise, the producers think making him communicate with his radio gives him a better character. 7. Chicago was in the third and fourth films. 8. Hong Kong was in the fourth film. 9. Devastator was in the second film.
  3. "A+" Shinkai's Your Name Film Submitted for Oscar Consideration
  4. Well, you get what you pay for. PG 1/60 RX-0 Unicorn Gundam 03 Phenex
  5. For the longest time, Mobile Suit Gundam: Iron-Blooded Orphans was the first Gundam series to not have any beam weaponry. Well, last week's episode ended all that - with this. HGIBO 1/144 Hashmal Mobile Armor
  6. Train to Busan (부산행) proved that South Korea can make a better zombie flick than World War Z. Sure, its US$99 million worldwide box office gross is meager compared to Hollywood films, but it's become the highest-grossing Asian film in Hong Kong and most of Southeast Asia. It's received praise from film critics worldwide. Official Site Rotten Tomatoes Rating: 95% - "Train to Busan delivers a thrillingly unique -- and purely entertaining -- take on the zombie genre, with fully realized characters and plenty of social commentary to underscore the bursts of skillfully staged action." And with a success like that, you know what that means: an English adaptation. Following a bidding war, French studio Gaumont has acquired the rights to produce an English-language remake of Train to Busan. Train to Busan English-Language Remake Rights Go to Gaumont
  7. The last time we had a Fast & Furious thread, it was immediately locked down. As a result, we've had all F&F discussions on the Automotive Thread since Tokyo Drift. There's no reason why we need this thread.
  8. While it sounds like a good idea, Hasbro won't do it because they stand on their belief that Nerf is for kids and not the college students and adults that make majority of the demographic.
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