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September 17th, 2014

Transformers 3: Two Live Action Transformers To Checkout!

Transformers 3: Two Live Action Transformers To Checkout!Forget Transformers 3 when you can become a Transformerer yourself. With Transformers 3D currently obliterating the box office and with a 75% fan approval rating on site with over 2,000 votes what better time to start thinking about how we can relive our childhood and turn ourselves into giant robot smashing machines.

Imagine if you will your heading out to the bar and you decide that rather than going in a nice pair of blue jeans and a hip top you were to transform yourself into say Optimus Prime or oh I don’t know maybe Bumble Bee. Could you imagine the looks? The only thing more fun is debating who is better Rosie Huntington or Megan Fox.

Just envision the reaction if you showed up at Transformers 3 to purchase a ticket in a full blown Optimus Prime Transformers costume. Or better yet imagine the Bouncers reaction when you stroll up to the bar in a Bumblee costume looking for admission.

Because I have far too much time on my hands and feel the need to research some pretty silly things I have two videos for you featuring easily some of the coolest Transformers costumes. They are not terribly long videos but the costumes are so good I just had to share.

I will take one of each but all I can afford if $100. Anyone willing to go in on this and I will take it Saturday Sunday and you can have it Monday to Friday?

 

Transformers 3, in full 3D is now playing everywhere! Synopsis: Shia LaBeouf returns as Sam Witwicky in Transformers: Dark of the Moon. When a mysterious event from Earth’s past erupts into the present day it threatens to bring a war to Earth so big that the Transformers alone will not be able to save us.




One Comment


  1. Technologically, “Dark Of The Moon” is Bay’s best work so far – and action fans looking to be awed by scenes of massive mayhem and destruction in 3D should be satisfied. Story-wise, this one is better than “Revenge Of The Fallen”, but not as fun and emotionally-connecting as the first.



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