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Transformers Revenge of the Fallen

Tuesday, September 29, 2009 View Comments

The Decepticon forces return to Earth on a mission to take Sam Witwicky (Shia LaBoeuf) prisoner, after the young hero learns the truth about the ancient origins of the Transformers. Joining the mission to protect humankind is Optimus Prime, who forms an alliance with international armies for a second epic battle.

And it has been two years since young Sam Witwicky saved the universe, averting a global battle between rival militant alien race of robots. Despite their heroic feats, Sam remains normal teenager with normal problems as usual - admission to college and parents. Of course, the departure will be taken seriously the best friend, the robot - Bumblebee bodyguard...

Awesome movie  !!! Better than G.I Joe as always !

The battle for Earth has ended but the battle for the universe has just begun. After returning to Cybertron, Starscream assumes command of the Decepticons, and has decided to return to Earth with force. The Autobots believing that peace was possible finds out that Megatron's dead body has been stolen from the US Military by Skorpinox and revives him using his own spark. Now Megatron is back seeking revenge and with Starscream and more Decepticon reinforcements on the way, the Autobots with reinforcements of their own, may have more to deal with then meets the eye.

The movie which was released on June 19, 2009 in the United Kingdom and June 24, 2009 in North America.It is the sequel to 2007's Transformers, which was the first live action Transformers film. Michael Bay and Steven Spielberg return respectively as director and executive producer, while Shia LaBeouf reprises the role of Sam Witwicky, the human caught in the war between Autobots and Decepticons. The film introduces many more robots and the scope has been expanded to numerous countries, most notably France and Egypt.

From my point of view, this awesome movie will be the best movie of 2009, as we have micheal Bay as Director & Steven Spielberg as executive producer. I thought it would be officially released on the 24th of June, but it was already out in UK the 19th June.

This is great movie that adults and also children would appreciate, with :

the Autobots,

Optimus Prime: The Autobots’ leader – alternate form: Peterbilt truck.

Ironhide: Weapons specialist – GMC Topkick.

Starscream: Formerly Megatron’s second in command, he escaped at the end of the first movie; F-22 Raptor jet.

Scorponok: The mechanical scorpion that attacked the American troops in the desert.

The Fallen: An ancient robot, sort of the Transformers’ version of Lucifer. He’s one of the original robot aliens, and his defiance and arrogance led to his banishment into another dimension. The screenwriters call him “the most elemental bad guy” and say that The Fallen holds the key to life on both Earth and Cybertron, the Transformers’ home planet.

Sideways: The Audi R8 seen crashing through a building in the trailer.
Soundwave: A cassette player in the original toys. An evil communications expert but this time in the form of an orbiting space satellite.
Ravage: The ultimate spy. A four-legged, cat-like robot. Ravage doesn’t turn into anything. “In the spirit of ‘more than meets the eye,’ Ravage isn’t just lethal because of his sharp teeth,” says screenwriter Alex Kurtzman. “There’s actually another skill set Ravage has that didn’t exist before, so there’s going to be a surprise for fans.” He doesn’t talk like the other Transformers.

The Doctor: A spider-like droid that transforms into various implements of torture.

Wheelie: A small, radio-controlled truck.

Demolisher: One of the Constructicons that transform into construction vehicles.
Devastator: A giant robot formed by the Constructicons joining together; individually, they are: Scavenger, Scrapper, Hightower, Longhaul, Rampage, Overload and Mixmaster. “He’s made of vehicles designed to build, and he turns into is someone who loves to destroy,” Orci says. “He is an agent of absolute chaos.” Michael Bay says that when Steven Spielberg saw Devastator, he said “This is (expletive) awesome!’ ” Bay says, “It’s always nice when you can make him swear.”

Megatron: the powerful and utterly ruthless evil leader of the Decepticons and the primary antagonist of the series.


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Transformers 2 Revenge of The Fallen (2009) CAM - The Movie

Transformers 2 Revenge of the Fallen - OST (2009) - Revenge Of the Fallen Soundtracks

"New Divide" Trailer Video By Linkin Park ( FLV format ) - Linkin Park "New Divide Trailer"

Michael Bay ShoWest Transformers 2 Montage Amazing HD - Transformers 2 Montage

Transformers Revenge Of The Fallen (Xbox360) - The game on XBOX

TransFormers Revenge of the Fallen (PC) - The Game on PC

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‘Transformers: ROTF’ is Out! Reviews, Unfortunately, are In…

When the original Transformers was released in 2007, it became the surprise hit of the summer: it opened on a Monday evening, and by the following Sunday it had made $155.4 million dollars. Final tally? $319.2 million. (And that’s the domestic gross alone. LOL !!!)

The reviews were also solid — for a summer movie, anyway. Of all the reviews listed on Rotten Tomatoes, 57% of them were positive. RT’s consensus? “While believable characters are hard to come by in Transformers, the effects are staggering and the action is exhilarating.”

In other words, it was a classic example of a good Michael Bay movie.

Not to be preaching doom on a site called Transformers Movie Buzz, but the responses so far for Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen seem to indicate that it’s a bad Michael Bay movie.

For a direct comparison, the Rotten Tomatoes score is now at 21% — 31 positive reviews versus 115 negative reviews. But it’s the content of the reviews themselves that tell a bigger story. Ain’t it Cool News, the granddaddy of movie fanboy sites, has four different editorial reviews up, and they’re all negative. Here’s a taste:

The film is padded by an hour of completely unnecessary, worthless, offensive and repugnant sequences that do nothing but tread water. Be it the family dogs f***ing, twice. An extended sequence of Mom hopped up on pot brownies on a reefer madness binge. Then we’ll talked about racist foul-mouthed robots that are built in monkey proportions, have a big shiny gold tooth and do nothing to advance the story an inch.


[A]ll this leads to the worst sin of the film. It’s called TRANSFORMERS. And yet, 90% of the film is spent entirely with the above collection of tools and occasionally Bumblebee who has mysteriously lost his voice again. Sure, the film OPENS with Optimus Prime and all the badasses from the previous film. But they’re barely in this film at all. It’s more about Shia and Megan running around, collecting incompetent sidekicks while half-assing their way through an Indiana Jones plot. Ironhide? Ratchet? They’re all back at the base. They could only spare a pair of sambot jackasses for THE MOST IMPORTANT MISSION, LIKE, EVER!

If you prefer your reviewers established and respected, here’s Roger Ebert’s one star review:

“Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen” is a horrible experience of unbearable length, briefly punctuated by three or four amusing moments. One of these involves a dog-like robot humping the leg of the heroine. Such are the meager joys. If you want to save yourself the ticket price, go into the kitchen, cue up a male choir singing the music of hell, and get a kid to start banging pots and pans together. Then close your eyes and use your imagination.

Well hey, it’s inspiring new creative insults, so that can’t be all bad. To end on a positive note, here’s Owen Gleiberman’s “B” review for Entertainment Weekly:

At last year’s Comic-Con convention, several representatives of Revenge of the Fallen appeared with the slogan ”Bigger. F—ing. Robots.” on their T-shirts, and Bay, taking that cue, knows just what his job is relative to the first Transformers (2007): It’s to make the movie huger, louder, smashier, and — on the mechanical level — more crazily, audaciously imaginative. He succeeds…Revenge of the Fallen may be a massive overdose of popcorn greased with motor oil. But it knows how to feed your inner 10-year-old’s appetite for destruction.

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UFOs - The Unsolved Mystery in Mauritius

Some months back on the 11th April of 2009 I, myself and my brother sighted a strange small star moving at a very low speed. We thought that is was an ordinary polar satellite which was travelling from north to south. But unfortunately, while comparing its speed it was unusual. Indeed the speed of a satellite is very high, but this one was very strange.

As a matter of fact UFO means Unidentified flying object (commonly abbreviated as UFO or U.F.O.) is the popular term for any aerial phenomenon whose cause cannot be easily or immediately determined. Both military and civilian research show that a significant majority of UFO sightings have been identified after further investigation, either explicitly or indirectly through the presence of clear and simple explanatory factors (see Occam's Razor). The United States Air Force, which coined the term in 1952, initially defined UFOs as those objects that remain unidentified after scrutiny by expert investigators, though the term UFO is often used more generally to describe any sighting unidentifiable to the reporting observer(s). Popular culture frequently takes the term UFO as a synonym for alien spacecraft. Cults have become associated with UFOs, and mythology and folklore have evolved around the phenomenon. Some investigators now prefer to use the broader term unidentified aerial phenomenon (or UAP), to avoid the confusion and speculative associations that have become attached to UFO.

Studies have established that only a small percentage of reported UFOs are actual hoaxes, while the majority are observations of some real but conventional object—most commonly aircraft, balloons, or astronomical objects such as meteors or bright planets—that have been misidentified by the observer as anomalies. A small percentage of reported sightings (usually 5 %–20 %) are classified as unidentified flying objects in the strictest sense

Certain scientists have argued that all UFO sightings, in the strictest sense, are misidentifications of prosaic natural phenomen and historically, there was debate among some scientists about whether scientific investigation was warranted given available empirical data. Very little peer-reviewed literature has been published in which scientists have proposed, studied or supported non-prosaic explanations for UFOs.

UFO reports became frequent after the first widely publicized US sighting – reported by private pilot Kenneth Arnold in 1947 – that gave rise to the popular terms "flying saucer" and "flying disc". Since then, millions of people have reported that they have seen UFOs.

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In point of fact, at that very moment my camera was with me. I immediately took it about ans started filming. But unluckily my camera's memory was limited, that is I had already used part of the memory to take pictures. Luckily I had recorded part of the scene. I have posted this video on "Youtube" & some friend intimated me that this a usual case in US. On the other hand it was the first time in MAURITIUS. Below I embedded it, sorry for the bad quality. However you can  refer to this link to watch it in HD ( )

Still Many people had encountered this 'UFO' but the Area 51 guys!!!!

Update 1: I got someone on my other Blog saying that : "yes bro, I am mauritian too, check out above the colline candos,4:30 - 5:00 in the morning and you will tell. You won't believe it. Of course many people will think you are this and that when you tell it to them. " - By anony.

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Michael Bay, An American Film director and Producer.

A graduate of Wesleyan University, Michael Bay spent his 20s working on advertisements and music videos. His first projects after film school were in the music video business. He created music videos for Tina Turner, Meat Loaf, Lionel Richie, Wilson Phillips, Donny Osmond and 'The DiVinyls'. His work won him recognition and a number of MTV award nominations. He also filmed advertisements for Nike, Reebok, Coca-Cola, Budweiser and Miller Lite. He won the Grand Prix Clio for Commercial of the Year for his "Got Milk/Aaron Burr" commercial. At Cannes, he has won the Gold Lion for The Best Beer campaign for Miller Lite, as well as the Silver for "Got Milk". In 1995 Bay was honored by the Directors Guild of America as Commercial Director of the Year. That same year he also directed his first feature film, Bad Boys (1995), starring Will Smith and Martin Lawrence, which grossed more than $160 million worldwide. His follow-up film, The Rock (1996), starring Sean Connery and Nicolas Cage, was also hugely successful, making Bay the director du jour.

Date of Birth
17 February 1965, Los Angeles, California, USA
Birth Name
His complete name is Michael Benjamin Bay
6' 2" (1.88 m)

IMDb Mini Biography

Trade Mark
Intense slow motion shots of characters

Films often feature a US President giving a major speech before a major action is to be committed.

Has the camera moving during most scenes. Very rarely uses static shots.

(2001) His last 3 films all share: a) two male leads at odds with another; b) a cataclysmic event as the narrative's fulcrumic point; c) the film's lead female character has i) been a long-haired brunette, and ii) watched the film's climax from a control room

Actors/characters in his films are almost uniformly shot in tight, emphatic close ups, framed under the hairline and above the chin.

Often uses lightflashes (i.e. lightbulbs and cameraflashes) to enhance scenes.

Often has over-the-top visuals (i.e. key events taking place at sunset or dramatic events taking place behind actors doing routine activities).

Utilizes monotonic but intense musical cues during action-filled car chase scenes. Bad Boys II (2003), The Island (2005)

Uses shots of aircraft against a setting sun, especially helicopters (Armageddon (1998/I), Pearl Harbor (2001), Transformers (2007)).

Often features a slow-motion shot of an object crashing into, or tumbling towards the camera.

Uses a shot where the camera spins in a circle around characters. (Bad Boys II, Transformers)

Frequently incorporates scenes that involve characters running or moving towards the camera (almost always shot in slow-motion)

Big explosions

Dated Playboy centerfold Jaime Bergman (45th Anniversary Playmate).

Educated at Pasadena's Art Center College of Design, CA.

Owns mastiff hounds named Mason and Grace, after characters in The Rock (1996) and Armageddon (1998/I).

"Movieline" revealed in 2001 that Bay's father is John Frankenheimer. Frankenheimer, who always denied paternity, took a DNA test in the 1980s which was negative. Bay still maintains Frankenheimer was his father, and has countered that DNA work was less sophisticated at the time.

Shot over 1 million feet of film for Pearl Harbor (2001). Used only about 20,000 feet for the final, 9-reel cut.

Was rejected by USC's film school.

In Bad Boys (1995), Bay paid $25,000 (one quarter of his fee) for the climax explosion scene. The initial shot was made impossible by a rainstorm, and the production company refused to pay for another try.

Member of Propaganda Films.

Actors have often noted that he places more importance on the visuals than on his characters and actors. He is also known to do very few takes of intimate character- driven scenes, as he prefers to spend more time on action sequences and visually- interesting moments.

Directed the music video for Richard Marx' hit "Angelia" in 1989.

All his films up to and including _Armageddon (1998)_ made him the youngest director to reach the billion dollar mark world wide.

Since the age of 26, Bay has won every major commercial directing award, including the Gold and Silver Lions at the Cannes Lions International Advertising Festival.

He won the Grand Prix Clio for Commercial of the Year for his "Got Milk/Aaron Burr" commercial, which also won him the Museum of Modern Art Award for Best Campaign of the Year.

Has worked with producer Jerry Bruckheimer on all of his films, except The Island (2005).

Filmed the movie _Armageddon (1998)_ with an eye towards Middle America. Has a love for Americana.

Is known for his high grossing action-packed movies.

All of his movies after Bad Boys (1995) have grossed more than $100 million, except The Island (2005), which flopped.

Studied under film historian Jeanine Basinger at Wesleyan University; Basinger later provided audio commentary, along with Bay, for the Pearl Harbor (2001) DVD.

As a teenager, he worked at ILM in the storyboard department for films like Raiders of the Lost Ark (1981).

He is a very close friend of writer/director George Lucas from whom he often seeks advice.

He is a very good friend to Don Michael Paul and even lent him some aerial shots from The Rock (1996) to Paul's movie Half Past Dead (2002).

Ranked #47 on Premiere's 2005 Power 50 List. Had ranked #54 in 2004.

He shot the dynamic shots of the thrown dice in the gambling scenes for Adrian Lyne's Indecent Proposal (1993). He later "repossessed" the shots for a montage in Armageddon (1998/I).

President of The Institute for the Development of Enhanced Perceptual Awareness, a commercial and music video production company.

The Rock (1996) is his favorite of the films he has directed.

Sean Connery is his favorite actor that he's ever worked with.

Two films, _Armageddon (1998)_ and The Rock (1996), are in the Criterion Collection.

Uses a Mark V director's viewfinder while shooting a film. The viewfinder is often prominently featured in photographs of him, hung around his neck. It is engraved with his name and the names of every film he has directed.

Was offered the chance to direct Red Dragon (2002) but turned it down. Job went to Brett Ratner.

Has a mastiff hound named "Bonecrusher" after the character in Transformers.

Raised by parents Jim Bay and Harriet Bay, and sister Lisa Bay.

Turned down the offer to direct Van Helsing (2004) , opting to do The Island (2005) instead.

He occasionally makes cameo appearances in his films: in Bad Boys II (2003) he plays a guy driving a small beat-up old car which Martin Lawrence attempts to borrow, a NASA scientist in Armageddon (1998/I), and in Transformers (2007) he is the "disgusting" human that gets flicked away by Megatron.

Was offered the chance to direct Man on Fire (2004).

Was offer the opportunity to direct Terminator 3: Rise of the Machines (2003) but pulled out of the project due to scheduling conflicts.

Good friends with Ben Affleck.

Was considered to direct Superman Returns (2006).

Cousin of Leonard Nimoy.

Was adopted by his parents Jim and Harriet when he was two weeks old.

His Personal Quotes
A lot of directors don't want the pressure of a movie the size of 'Pearl Harbor (2001)'. But I love it. I thrive on it.

I love it when people get really mean and call you a 'hack'. It's like, don't they see how well these movies are doing? They make an impression around the world. I met this guy in Bali who lives in a hut with a TV, and he loved The Rock (1996). That means something, doesn't it?

Directing is not a job. It's more like a career. Which is great!

I make movies for teenage boys. Oh, dear, what a crime.

I know [critics] have [been tough on my movies]. And that's why I've taken Jerry Bruckheimer's advice: I don't read them, I really don't.

Quentin Tarantino called me once. Someone had written 'Is Michael Bay the Devil?' Quentin said, 'Don't worry, last year they called me the Antichrist.'

Lots of sci-fi movies are much ado about nothing. What I liked about [The Island (2005)] is that it's a universal thing: we all want to live longer. But how selfish would you be to achieve that? You could get a liver, a heart, kidneys, essential things. But I wanted to show people going for things that were just so crass, like fresh skin for a face-lift. For some woman who doesn't want to go through the pain of childbirth and have stretch marks, why not have your clone birth for you? How disgusting is that?

[About the kissing scene in The Island (2005)]: "I should re-shoot that scene right now. Two characters who have never even heard of sex are now trying it for the first time - you could have actually made it really funny and touching. I kept saying to [Scarlett Johansson and Ewan McGregor], 'I want you to feel like you're kissing for the first time'. I don't know if you heard it, but when they're bouncing lips, they go 'Wow!' . . . "

I write my own action. There's a scene in The Island (2005) - a highway chase where a pile of train wheels fall off a truck and smashes into the oncoming cars. That thought came to me as I was driving next to a truck carrying rail wheels. My mind is very fertile, so I'm like, 'That's very dangerous!' I sent someone out to do research and found out those train wheels weigh a TON each . . .

His most offensive criticism: Roger Ebert on Pearl Harbor (2001). He commented on TV that bombs don't fall like that. Does he actually think we didn't research every nook and cranny of how armor-piercing bombs fell? He's watched too many movies. He thinks they all fall flat - armor-piercing bombs fall straight down, that's the way it was designed! But HE's on the air pontificating and giving the wrong information. That's insulting!

There are tons of people who hate me. They hate my movies and whatnot. But you know, hey, my films have made a lot of money around the world. 2-something billion dollars, that's a lot of tickets. They said that I wrecked cinema. They said that my, uh...cutting style. They say I cut too fast. And yet now you see it in movies everywhere. Do I take pride in people knowing my style? I think it's nice people know a director has a style. And you can reinvent yourself too.

[on "Transformers"] Well, it's just, you know, listen, it's like...I didn't want to make the boxy characters, you know? Think about it, 30 feet in the air in the real world, just boxes, you know and it'd just look more fake, you know? And by adding more doo-dads, you know, stuff on the...stuff. Stuff on the robots, more car parts, know you can just make it look more real.

I'm one of the few directors - it seems like a dying art - that actually shoot a lot in the camera.
He also played as Driver in "Bad Boys 2" !!! :)

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Blog Updates

Monday, September 28, 2009 View Comments

I am Blogging since December 2oo8. During those time, I made enormous change on my Blog. Firstly, I was on Wordpress then I moved to Blogger. It was not easy at the beginning until when it came to me that I have understand about HTML and XML !

Yeah, I changed a lot this blog as if from #000000 to #FFFFFF. Firstly from the beginning I change my template from "Minima" to Gossu Blogger and now to my own design, which is known as the Unknown Template.

- I mod my rotating banner to another one (10th i think??? )which is more dynamic, professional and pleasant :)
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- I inserted a new function in the Front Page which is a sort of JQuery and it took me time to design each part of the show. It took me hours to complete it, the Javascript, CSS etc.... Sorry for those for got a slow connection as my template need the maximum of your connection ;) "Boof zot connection !!!" I thought that it was a waste of time but it worked ! :) the results were as follows:

- I eventually added a "Recent Post" widget @ the Front page so as to intimate the user what is the last Post, it uses a javascript which i found while surfing about Java...

- The Navbar and its hover effect was such a fuck... Its took hmmm approximately 1hr for me to resize, once again resize until it fit the upper part.

- Recently i added a MP3 Player which is a Flash, do update you Flash to the latest one dude !!!:)

- Among the last updates, the Linkwithin, which perfectly fitted the Blog and perfectly worked !! Nice work ! It look more dynamic while showing pictures of related posts..

Update 1 : A new Flickr Photostream of mine was added to the blog !

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