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Offline LucasM

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Michael Bey Has a Great Sense of Humor!
« on: October 22, 2009, 05:38:47 PM »
I got Transformers: I've Fallen and I Can't Get Up on Tuesday.  I watched it unriffed (as I usually do with newer, faster-paced films, so I can get my own "what the f*ck?" thoughts out of the way before I try to concentrate on a riffing).  I haven't seen the riffed version yet.

But I noticed something TOTALLY unsuspected as I watched:  Michael Bey has a great sense of humor!

Not the cloddish, stupid things that come out of the mouths of various robots and people, or the sometimes borderline racist stereotypes, not the 'assorted robot bodily fluids' which are sprayed on anyone within Qum-shot [Qum is a city in Iran], not the inane events that could never happen even if multi-story-tall robots came here from another planet (e.g. being unseen on the Great Pyramids), something REALLY funny that he doesn't draw childish amounts of attention to...

...he had the make-up people put those huge fake wax lips on Meagan Fox and left them on through the whole film!

Her lips don't move when she 'emotes'.

Her lips don't move when she talks (and not just because she doesn't enunciate, the areas around her lips move, but the lips themselves don't).

Her lips don't move when she gets her face mashed by LaBeuf.

Wax lips making someone who was fairly pretty into a clownish caricature for no reason!

That. Is. Absolutely. Hilarious!   :D  Good job, Bey!   :D













... oh, those were from collagen injections ruining her otherwise pretty face?

Nevermind....



Any other apparently-unintended humorous movie moments?  [Not obvious ones or people could copy most of the script here.]
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Re: Michael Bey Has a Great Sense of Humor!
« Reply #1 on: November 14, 2009, 11:15:35 PM »
You were looking at her lips??   ???


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Re: Michael Bey Has a Great Sense of Humor!
« Reply #2 on: November 15, 2009, 08:03:33 PM »
Well, in close-ups there's nothing else on the screen.

And even in other shots, I'm no longer seven years old so water balloons don't hold any interest for me (whether they are covered with skin or not).
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Re: Michael Bey Has a Great Sense of Humor!
« Reply #3 on: November 15, 2009, 08:58:18 PM »
After Optimis died and they brought his body to the military base. The helicopter just releasing it and letting it unceremoniously flop to the ground (amidst the sad, dramatic music) had me laughing a lot.


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Re: Michael Bey Has a Great Sense of Humor!
« Reply #4 on: November 15, 2009, 09:59:05 PM »
After Optimis died and they brought his body to the military base. The helicopter just releasing it and letting it unceremoniously flop to the ground (amidst the sad, dramatic music) had me laughing a lot.

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Re: Michael Bey Has a Great Sense of Humor!
« Reply #5 on: November 16, 2009, 01:39:09 AM »
After Optimis died and they brought his body to the military base. The helicopter just releasing it and letting it unceremoniously flop to the ground (amidst the sad, dramatic music) had me laughing a lot.

Ohhhh yeah... DEEPLY respectful of their fallen camrade 'with whom they spilled much blood and metal' (or whatever the line was earlier in the film).
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Re: Michael Bey Has a Great Sense of Humor!
« Reply #6 on: November 16, 2009, 05:52:36 AM »
Transformers: I've Fallen and I Can't Get Up

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Re: Michael Bey Has a Great Sense of Humor!
« Reply #7 on: November 17, 2009, 08:15:06 AM »
After Optimis died and they brought his body to the military base. The helicopter just releasing it and letting it unceremoniously flop to the ground (amidst the sad, dramatic music) had me laughing a lot.

Ohhhh yeah... DEEPLY respectful of their fallen camrade 'with whom they spilled much blood and metal' (or whatever the line was earlier in the film).

But 8-year-olds the world over were crying into their Transformers pillow long into the night after that one.


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Re: Michael Bey Has a Great Sense of Humor!
« Reply #8 on: November 17, 2009, 09:30:34 AM »
After Optimis died and they brought his body to the military base. The helicopter just releasing it and letting it unceremoniously flop to the ground (amidst the sad, dramatic music) had me laughing a lot.

Ohhhh yeah... DEEPLY respectful of their fallen camrade 'with whom they spilled much blood and metal' (or whatever the line was earlier in the film).

But 8-year-olds the world over were crying into their Transformers pillow long into the night after that one.
Why? There was no sense of certainty about it as they had already resurrected one character in the movie already.



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Re: Michael Bey Has a Great Sense of Humor!
« Reply #9 on: November 17, 2009, 10:57:29 AM »
After Optimis died and they brought his body to the military base. The helicopter just releasing it and letting it unceremoniously flop to the ground (amidst the sad, dramatic music) had me laughing a lot.

Ohhhh yeah... DEEPLY respectful of their fallen camrade 'with whom they spilled much blood and metal' (or whatever the line was earlier in the film).

But 8-year-olds the world over were crying into their Transformers pillow long into the night after that one.
Why? There was no sense of certainty about it as they had already resurrected one character in the movie already.
People (characters) never die in sci-fi.


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Re: Michael Bey Has a Great Sense of Humor!
« Reply #10 on: November 17, 2009, 11:52:08 AM »
After Optimis died and they brought his body to the military base. The helicopter just releasing it and letting it unceremoniously flop to the ground (amidst the sad, dramatic music) had me laughing a lot.

Ohhhh yeah... DEEPLY respectful of their fallen camrade 'with whom they spilled much blood and metal' (or whatever the line was earlier in the film).

But 8-year-olds the world over were crying into their Transformers pillow long into the night after that one.
Why? There was no sense of certainty about it as they had already resurrected one character in the movie already.
People (characters) never die in sci-fi.

3001 is a perfect example of this.
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Re: Michael Bey Has a Great Sense of Humor!
« Reply #11 on: November 18, 2009, 04:13:21 PM »
After Optimis died and they brought his body to the military base. The helicopter just releasing it and letting it unceremoniously flop to the ground (amidst the sad, dramatic music) had me laughing a lot.

Ohhhh yeah... DEEPLY respectful of their fallen camrade 'with whom they spilled much blood and metal' (or whatever the line was earlier in the film).

But 8-year-olds the world over were crying into their Transformers pillow long into the night after that one.
Why? There was no sense of certainty about it as they had already resurrected one character in the movie already.
People (characters) never die in sci-fi.

3001 is a perfect example of this.
Spoiler (click to show/hide)

WHAT?!?!?!?!  >:(


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Re: Michael Bey Has a Great Sense of Humor!
« Reply #12 on: November 18, 2009, 05:16:58 PM »
After Optimis died and they brought his body to the military base. The helicopter just releasing it and letting it unceremoniously flop to the ground (amidst the sad, dramatic music) had me laughing a lot.

Ohhhh yeah... DEEPLY respectful of their fallen camrade 'with whom they spilled much blood and metal' (or whatever the line was earlier in the film).

But 8-year-olds the world over were crying into their Transformers pillow long into the night after that one.
Why? There was no sense of certainty about it as they had already resurrected one character in the movie already.
People (characters) never die in sci-fi.

3001 is a perfect example of this.
Spoiler (click to show/hide)

WHAT?!?!?!?!  >:(
Well, technically.....

Spoiler (click to show/hide)