DAYUM!! BUMBLEBEE A Transformer movie.

Well damn this film by it self felt more awesome than the last several transformer films and the main chunk of the film only focused on three of the transformers. It first started of featuring the Cybertron war, where we got introduced to Prime, Bee and a slew of other transformers whose names I forgot. It then jumped into alot of other spoiler stuff which I won’t spoil and I feel it’s best to leave that to you the audience to jump in and enjoy it. There were several parts I disliked but overall the film was entertaining and when it ramped up boy did it ramp up. The visuals were stunning and the atmosphere and scale was ever so present. I believe limiting the amount of bots helped this film as it allowed the film to narrow it’s field of view and simply try to give a little story which I really felt was more a human story than a transformers tale, the bots just happen to be in it. The first transformer live action was probably the next one I loved the rest were simply films. Either way peeps go out and enjoy it, or wait to catch it on a streaming service.


So 2.1.2019 was a rather interesting day, I was able to visit IGN’s San Francisco’s location, I was made aware of this thanks to Mark Medina of IGN so a big thanks to his post on the event. On the way to the event I also saw Fran Mirabella but I did not want to be that creep that interrupted him while he was on his way to lunch so I simply ignored and kept on walking.

At the meet-up site being outside there were several other individuals lined up, I spoke with only two individuals. Sighs the world of nerds we are so anti-social. Jumping right in we were screened tagged and led upstairs. We were given the tour met several peeps. I took the opportunity to speak to several individuals whose channels I have watched over the years Brian Altano (@agentbizzle) and Destin Legarie. Later at the meeting which was hosted by Mark Medina I was able to ask about their take on Indy game highlights and an example I posted was Hollow knight which got alot of praise by Tom Marks who is also a fan of that game. There were also alot of interesting questions asked by the other attendees and the feedback was wonderful.

This was a great escape and experience for a closing friday, if given the opportunity I would do it again probably way after GDC and E3 as those are probably the hardest time to get a meetup like this.

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