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The voice that says, "Brothers! When Megatron says "Nobody summons Megatron" his chest emblem is coloured grey like his chest.
It looks like it should have been painted as a darker shade of purple, as it's the shadowed section. But was painted grey instead. Shrapnel's role in the fight on Junk is the most noticeable and he was called for by name in the original scriptbut Thundercracker, Skywarp and Kickback can all be seen at Starscream's coronation. The two jets are later seen again, flying into Unicron's mouth. In the establishing shot of Starscream's coronation, the there are only five Constructicons Bonecrusher had better things to do tonight and they are miscolored as purple and white rather than their usual purple and green color scheme.
Hook has two eyes instead of his normal visor as he looks around in confusion during the trumpet scene. An early establishing shot clearly shows Cybertron with two and only two moons in low orbit.
Yet a third moon is visible right after Unicron finishes eating the two Autobot bases. When Galvatron introduces himself to the Coronation party, Soundwave's chest window is drawn far too small. When Cyclonus is strafing the Autobot shuttle in space, he briefly flies offscreen, and during that time his laser blasts come from a point that in no way matches his flight path. During the wide shot of the Autobots in the crashed ship on Junk, Blurr's entire head is white.
Also so is Daniels head, which is drawn as an indistinct incomplete circle. Arcee's arm moves to behind Daniel being lifting off. Daniel's lips don't purse when he whistles. Wreck-Gar's mouth doesn't move at all during his first lines, despite the camera pushing in all close on his face. The pistol Ultra Magnus fires uses the same sound effect as Optimus Prime's rifle. During the Junkion chase scene, Trashbin attacks Arcee.
When she fights him off his motorcycle, his model is switched for Junkyard's when he falls down. And his head then flickers between colours when mounting Junkyard. When Grimlock gets kissed, his eyes are round instead of triangular. Probably intentional expression As Hot Rod falls off one of Unicron's inner spikes, his lower body isn't drawn in. It looks like it should be blocked by our view of the spike, but is layered above it instead.
Hot Rod's missing his Autobot symbol as he regains his footing inside Unicron. As the Dinobots fly around Unicron, both his eyes are intact.
The left one had at this point been shattered. The third smelting victim who looks a lot like another Bumblebee doesn't fall from the conveyor belt; he simply vanishes.
Continuity errors He used to bulls-eye womp-rats in his T16 back home. The Dinobot Snarl is mysteriously absent from almost the entire movie, even though the Dinobots as a group are featured prominently. Copies of the script which have come into fans' hands repeatedly list the Dinobots, but never make mention of Snarl by name.
In fact, at one point the script refers to "the four Dinobots". Despite this, Snarl does appear in three very brief shots—in which at least one other Dinobot Swoop in one, Sludge in another is entirely absent. On the other hand, the original production storyboards for the scene where Snarl first appears in the movie only mentions "the Dinobots", not a specific amount of them. Additionally, Snarl also seems to have been in the scene with Kup telling the Dinobots a story in at least one version of the film; the Japanese trailer for the movie has finished footage of this scene It's completely unknown why Snarl's appearance in this scene was cut.
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It would seem that these characters were available at the time of the movie: Perceptor and Blaster both debuted at the same time in the cartoon as the cars, and both play prominent roles in the movie. Grapple is seen very briefly during the battle for Autobot City. Or maybe it's Hauler. The Decepticons Astrotrain, Dirge, etc. TracksRed Alert and Smokescreen who was supposed to be the corpse in place of Wheeljack next to Windcharger all appeared in storyboards but not the finished film.
Devastator is treated as the ultimate threat, while in the cartoon, his role and apparent power was already being severely diminishedpresumably because several other combiners had been introduced.
In story terms, the absence of these newer combiners, not to mention the mighty Omega Supreme, is inexplicable. In real-life terms, those characters didn't exist when the film commenced production. The Animated Movie adaptation shows Omega Supreme, Superion and Defensor guarding the Ark against an attack by Bruticus and Menasor, attempting to retcon the problem away. We'll be safe enough once we make the jump into lightspeed.
The existence of Cybertron's moons is contentious at best. On the one hand, in numerous close and distant shots of the planet throughout the first two seasons, not a single moon was seen. Even after it got knocked out of Earth's orbit. On the other hand, Megatron does refer to Cybertron as "land of the metal moon" note the singular during " Microbots ", suggesting otherwise.
The fact that he was overenergized at the time and lost consciousness in mid-sentence - just before he might have specified a plural number of moons, in conveniently enough - makes it unclear just how much credence we should lend this statement.
The movie promptly introduces two possibly three moons over the planet.
In continuity terms, they must either have highly elliptical orbits with periapsides points in their orbits that bring them closest to the planet that just happened to coincide with the timeframe of the movie or they were constructed sometime after During the Battle of Autobot City, Starscream gets his leg caught.
He shoots downward and gets away while screaming "My foot! Later he kicks Megatron with the same foot. Shouldn't that hurt, according to him? So Ultra Magnus just happens to have a ready-made Matrix chamber installed in his chest cavity?
Is this standard issue for all Autobots? The cartoon had already established that Astrotrain increases his size when he transforms to shuttle mode, being large enough to carry a pair of Decepticons in his cockpit.
However, within the movie itself, his size is noticeably inconsistent: When he leaves Autobot City, he's just large enough for the Decepticon army to cram themselves in; later, he's so huge that the Constructicons can quite comfortably form Devastator inside him. Speaking of Astrotrain, his entire body flips over when he transforms from train to space shuttle to escape from Autobot City. While we applaud the toy-accuracythe Decepticons inside probably didn't. Soundwave is loyal enough to pick up a wounded Megatron and save him, but when Starscream goes to throw Megatron out, Soundwave doesn't try to intervene.
He even tries to steal the leadership once Megatron is gone. The "loyalty" attribute that has pertained so strongly to Soundwave seems to be alienated from the character in this scene. The number of minions created by Unicron changes throughout the film, with more Sweeps appearing as the story progresses. A second Cyclonus "Cyclonus, the warrior, and his armada " is shown being created but disappears shortly thereafter.
At least seven new characters are shown at one point, created from only six Decepticons thrown from the shuttle. How can the Constructicons blow on those trumpets? Only three of them have mouths. Though in later episodes Galvatron is shown blowing up even small planets and being able to take down Omega Supreme with one shot from his cannon, his extraordinary killing power seems to be gone—like when he scores a direct hit in cannon mode on Ultra Magnus in " Five Faces of Darkness, Part 5 " and Magnus isn't especially hurt at all, or how a similar blast against Scourge in " The Burden Hardest to Bear " only leaves the latter temporarily incapacitated.
Marvel Comics bios explain this by suggesting that Galvatron had nearly limitless power through Unicron Why didn't the Autobots notice Unicron until he was within devouring distance of Cybertron's moons?
Why doesn't Shockwave, who is on Cybertron, react until after Unicron has eaten these moons, transformed into a giant robot, and smashed his hand into the planet's surface? Despite running out of energon goodies on Quintessa, Hot Rod has at least one to offer to the Junkions. This is either Starscream or his stunt double; hard to tell.
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When the Decepticons on Cybertron launch a counterattack on Unicron, all three of the first-year Seekers are seen fighting alongside the Coneheads. Given that all three were either explicitly killed earlier in the movie Starscream or have been turned into Galvatron's troops by this point Thundercracker and Skywarpthey're obviously not supposed to be around in these forms anymore; of course, they could also just be generics reusing their colors Daniel, who was just learning how to use his exo-suit, had to knock down the acid cover inside Unicron to save his loved ones.
Why couldn't the more experienced Spike do the same with his suit from above? He had both of his arms free and a clear shot at the cover. It's not clear how Rodimus Prime carrying two humans and the other Autobots survived their jump out of Unicron's eye and their plunge towards the surface of Cybertron. It's also unclear just how the dozen or so Autobots and one shipload of Junkions managed to retake the whole planet of Cybertron.
Did Unicron really wipe out that many Decepticons? Unicron's invincibility is extremely inconsistent; Moments before becoming Galvatron, Megatron creates visible damage to Unicron's horns simply by attempting to hold into something. Later, he doesn't suffer even a dent when one of Cybertron's moons is detonated in his mouth. Near the end, the Dinobots are capable of punching their way through his "skin", and Rodimus Prime just casually throws Galvatron into space through Unicron's side.
Even without the Matrix, the small group of Autobots did pretty well against him. Not necessarily errors Fans have noted throughout the years that Astrotrain, in his flight through zero-gravity space, should not have needed to "jettison some weight" in the literal sense.
However, since the ejected Decepticons quickly fall behind Astrotrain instead of floating alongside him, he must still have been accelerating and thus would have needed to burn a greater amount of fuel in order to push a larger payload.
Perhaps he should have said "jettison some mass", but then again, just being a spaceship doesn't make him a rocket scientist. The Dinobots spend the majority of the film in Dino Mode, a practice that would eventually carry into season 3 of the cartoon. Swoop is the only one to spend extended amounts of time in robot mode, due to the anatomical issues of walking in a flight-based mode.
However, there are some instances where they're briefly shown in robot mode for blink-and-you-miss-it moments, for no reason whatsoever. Starscream is shown just inside Astrotrain's cargo bay when he commands him to take off, but in the next shot Astrotrain's door closing as his rocket engines igniteStarscream is nowhere to be seen.
It's possible that he walked further in, but he should still be at least partially visible. On his way to the new extraction point, Burnett encounters a group of Bosniak guerrillas in a pickup truck who offer him a ride. The Serbs turn the situation to their advantage, presenting the corpse wearing Burnett's uniform to the media, and saying he was killed by guerrillas.
The ruse works and a mission to rescue Burnett is aborted. However, Burnett notices an angel statue near where his ejection seat landed. He returns to his seat and activates the rescue beacon.
Though the carrier group notices his signal and positively identifies him, Burnett has also alerted the Serbs to his location. Knowing he risks being relieved of command, Reigart prepares a task force to rescue Burnett in open defiance of Piquet's orders. Meanwhile, Bazda and Sasha are ordered by Lokar to find Burnett and kill him, but on their way, Bazda steps on a landmine and Sasha abandons him to his fate. The mine eventually explodes, alerting Burnett that someone is following him.
Sarah and Reese flee in a truck as the T chases them on a motorcycle through a tunnel. During this chase Kyle is mortally wounded by a gun shot from the Terminator while throwing the homemade pipe bombs at T In a rage, Sarah rams the motorcycle, causing both her and the machine to violently crash. The T commandeers a massive tanker truck after killing the driver, and tries to drive over Sarah, while the injured Reese inserts a pipe bomb into the exhaust of the vehicle. The resulting explosion destroys the tanker, and the Terminator limps through the rubble as its synthetic human flesh covering completely burns away, revealing the gleaming metal cyborg endoskeleton beneath.
Kyle manages to blow apart the robot's torso by inserting another homemade pipe bomb among the hydraulic components in the abdomen, destroying the lower half and unintentionally killing himself and injuring Sarah in the leg due to debris from the blast. The T's upper torso is still operational, and begins to crawl after Sarah, who was hampered by her injured leg.
She climbs behind a metal slide-gate, while the Terminator tries to reach its arm through the bars in order to strangle her. With the T distracted, Sarah then presses the button—we learn that she has lured the machine under a ton hydraulic press. As she reaches for the start button, Sarah taunts the Terminator with a profanity, then presses it.
The Terminator is crushed to oblivion by the press, which applies tons of pressure to crush the Terminator, and Sarah's life is saved. The scene then jumps forward, showing the aftermath of the film's events. Sarah is now several months pregnant with a boyrevealing the movie's twist: In their one-night stand together, Reese had conceived a child with Sarah, paradoxically becoming John's father. She acknowledges this during a recording she has taped, which she will later give to her son when he has reached the proper age.
Sarah then stops at a gas station in Mexico on November 10, she has now become a fugitive from societywhere she has a photograph taken of herself before departing.
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In a final twist of fate, the audience sees that this is exactly the same picture that Kyle Reese carries in the future. Sarah then drives off into the distance to train her son in preparation for his destiny.
In the distance, storms are approaching over the mountains. The end credits start to roll as her Jeep disappears.