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The Transformers: The Movie

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It's a new and powerful war where Ultra Magnus and Transformers are fighting the planet Unicron, which tracks the Autobot's command matrix in 2005, and perhaps that war will be historic. This task is quite different as it is possible to follow several other tasks, where they must also defend themselves against a comprehensive attack from the desibeticon that needs new planning.
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tjkra (Anonymous) May 13,19 13:05
brawn,prowl,ratchet,ironhide,wheeljack,windcharger,and optimus prime. In season 3 episode 73 you see huffers crypt so he died. In the script trail breaker and red alert died. i looked on wikipedia it said mirage might have been shot by megatron while battling an insecticon or something. And oyu can argue to gears was the 1 autobot who was dropped in to the acid pit before daniel knoked it down when they were inside unicron. I know for a fact jazz,bumblebee,cliffjumper,sunstreakermhound in in the 1st headmasters episode side swipe was in it so he survived but headmasters was a japan show and they made it before they got the movie so side swipe might of died i don't know. I know the series 2 autobots who survived were dinobots,omegasupreme,blaster,perceptor,the minicons powerglide,warpath,beachcomber,seaspray,and cosmos were in it. As for the decepticons i nkow skywarp,and thunder cracker and shock wave were permanteley killed off. Star scream died but showed up in 2 episodes of season 3. Megatron was rebuilt as galvatron and those 3 insecticons died but there were shown in season 3. I just like to think those were clones cause i thought in 1 episode in season 2 they made alot of insecticon clones. Dirge,ramjet,and thrust was shown eaten by unicron but were shown ins eason 3 so i suppose it was an animated error in the movie. I also thought i heard that the 3 decepticons that made up reflector died too i'm not quite sure. So do any of you guys know anything else that i don't about who died in the 1986 animated movie that i did not list. The whole autobot crypt looked too big to hold those autobots who were shown in episode 73 drak awakening i thought there might be more autobots who would be abord that crypt. I thought it might be the rest of the season 2 autobots who did not survive that i didn't mentio like smokescreeen and hoist but i dont nkow please give me an answer of what happen to the other auto bots who did not survive into season 3.
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Stefan Birgir Stefansson

July 03, 2007

it will dare you to be stupid
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Felix Vasquez Jr.
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August 14, 2013

The real Transformers movie...
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Caryn James

August 30, 2004

While all this action may captivate young children, the animation is not spectacular enough to dazzle adults.
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William Thomas
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June 05, 2007

Charming, useless fun.
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Chris Sawin
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September 23, 2016

The Transformers: The Movie has never looked or sounded better (referring to the 30th anniversary edition) and the new bonus features are captivating and amusing. Now if we could just get a similar treatment for G.I. Joe: The Movie...
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Jeffrey Lyles
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June 24, 2014

Still the only Transformers film worth watching.
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Pat Graham
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May 18, 2008

A 1986 computer-animated feature based on a popular TV cartoon show, further inspired, no doubt, by the philanthropic desire of Japanese and American toy manufacturers to keep their kiddie customers rolling in robots.
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Charles Cassady

December 15, 2010

An awful toy commercial in disguise.
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Matt Brunson
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September 17, 2016

A joyless jumble, this box office dud is almost as wretched as the Michael Bay live-action twofer Revenge of the Fallen and Dark of the Moon.
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Richard Luck
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May 18, 2008

Far from a cheap spin-off, The Transformers: The Movie is an entertaining feature-length animation that's both handsome and well realised.
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Ben Walters
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August 16, 2007

The anime-inflected look is generally impressive too, although the power-rock soundtrack is unsalvageable.
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Henry Stewart
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July 27, 2016

By far the best toy commercial ever made.
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