My reinterpretation for the final entry in the Michael Bay Transformers trilogy with Shia LaBeouf, Transformers: Dark of the Moon. Personally, I enjoyed this entry more than Revenge of the Fallen, but a few big changes could have made the last entry more darker and serious. -- ORIGINAL PLOT: Sam Witwicky (Shia LaBeouf) and his new girlfriend, Carly (Rosie Huntington-Whiteley), join the fray when the evil Decepticons renew their longstanding war against the Autobots. Optimus Prime (Peter Cullen) believes that resurrecting ancient Transformer Sentinel Prime (Leonard Nimoy), once the leader of the Autobots, may lead to victory. That decision, however, ...
What if there was a ThunderCats movie in the 1980's?
The nefarious Octarian forces have stolen the main power source of your civilization, the Great Zapfish. You, a brave Inkling warrior hailing from the city of Inkopolis, are tasked with infiltrating the Octarians' underground lair to thwart their evil plans and take back what was once yours.
A young boy discover he has an imaginary friend. MPAA Rating: PG for intense fantasy action, language, thematic material and some rude humor
(The third and final solo King Tarko title, though he will appear in Power Crew: Ascension) Taking place right where King Tarko And The Blood Of The Eternals had ended, the planet Firma has been destroyed yet Tarko has managed to safely evacuate a majority of his people and have reached an abandoned yet habitable planet where Tarko now struggles to rebuild his kingdom from the ground up with some help from Travis Ford a.k.a Sky Hawk and the Sky Warriors. Until an unexpected and complex secret about Tarko's family history arrives threatening to trigger a civil war between all ...
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