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Multitool in Bumblebee movie? 193

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Multitool in Bumblebee movie?
« on: January 09, 2019, 12:27:17 PM »
Unfortunately I cannot attach a screenshot but in the Bumblebee movie in the scene where Charlie gets ready for action, she inserts an MT into her pocket. Looked like a PST or something, I cannot be sure, it was a brief scene.
Did anybody else notice it?


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Re: Multitool in Bumblebee movie?
« Reply #1 on: January 09, 2019, 12:28:41 PM »
Unfortunately I cannot attach a screenshot but in the Bumblebee movie in the scene where Charlie gets ready for action, she inserts an MT into her pocket. Looked like a PST or something, I cannot be sure, it was a brief scene.
Did anybody else notice it?

Yeah I saw the movie yesterday and I noticed that too, it does look like a PST...which would be period correct as well for 1987


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Re: Multitool in Bumblebee movie?
« Reply #2 on: January 09, 2019, 12:36:07 PM »
Unfortunately I cannot attach a screenshot but in the Bumblebee movie in the scene where Charlie gets ready for action, she inserts an MT into her pocket. Looked like a PST or something, I cannot be sure, it was a brief scene.
Did anybody else notice it?

Yeah I saw the movie yesterday and I noticed that too, it does look like a PST...which would be period correct as well for 1987


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Wow, you're so right! I was wondering why they did not use a "proper" (hehe, please bear with me, PST-fans :P ) model!
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Re: Multitool in Bumblebee movie?
« Reply #3 on: January 09, 2019, 12:58:03 PM »
Unfortunately I cannot attach a screenshot but in the Bumblebee movie in the scene where Charlie gets ready for action, she inserts an MT into her pocket. Looked like a PST or something, I cannot be sure, it was a brief scene.
Did anybody else notice it?

Yeah I saw the movie yesterday and I noticed that too, it does look like a PST...which would be period correct as well for 1987


Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk

Wow, you're so right! I was wondering why they did not use a "proper" (hehe, please bear with me, PST-fans :P ) model!


If my highly blurred by wine and G&T memory serves me right, the PST was introduced to the market in 1983, and the original transformers cartoon (G1 as it’s called, which is also what the opening scene on cybertron is based off) first aired on TV in 1984, so it would be period correct for that too....even though the movie takes place in 1987.....a year after the female transformers were introduced both in the toy line but also after 1986s “The Transformers, The Movie” as it was called.

If you noticed the song bumblebee played in the scene where Charlie was going to jump off the clif after the “pretty boy” character encourages her to jump of the cliff and into the water with him.

The song that goes like “You got the touch, you got the power” was actually the theme song to the 1986 movie (The transformers, the movie).


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Kind regards,

MMR

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"We all make choices, but in the end our choices make us."
- Andrew Ryan
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MMR dk

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Re: Multitool in Bumblebee movie?
« Reply #4 on: January 09, 2019, 01:00:10 PM »
The song was song by Stan Bush from the band “Lion”




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MMR dk

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Re: Multitool in Bumblebee movie?
« Reply #5 on: January 09, 2019, 01:01:05 PM »



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MMR

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- Andrew Ryan
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Re: Multitool in Bumblebee movie?
« Reply #6 on: January 09, 2019, 01:05:56 PM »
Unfortunately I cannot attach a screenshot but in the Bumblebee movie in the scene where Charlie gets ready for action, she inserts an MT into her pocket. Looked like a PST or something, I cannot be sure, it was a brief scene.
Did anybody else notice it?

Yeah I saw the movie yesterday and I noticed that too, it does look like a PST...which would be period correct as well for 1987


Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk

Wow, you're so right! I was wondering why they did not use a "proper" (hehe, please bear with me, PST-fans :P ) model!


If my highly blurred by wine and G&T memory serves me right, the PST was introduced to the market in 1983, and the original transformers cartoon (G1 as it’s called, which is also what the opening scene on cybertron is based off) first aired on TV in 1984, so it would be period correct for that too....even though the movie takes place in 1987.....a year after the female transformers were introduced both in the toy line but also after 1986s “The Transformers, The Movie” as it was called.

If you noticed the song bumblebee played in the scene where Charlie was going to jump off the clif after the “pretty boy” character encourages her to jump of the cliff and into the water with him.

The song that goes like “You got the touch, you got the power” was actually the theme song to the 1986 movie (The transformers, the movie).


Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk


Impressive analysis, sir!  :hatsoff:
Hero Member Posts: 706

MMR dk

*****
Re: Multitool in Bumblebee movie?
« Reply #7 on: January 09, 2019, 01:08:20 PM »
Unfortunately I cannot attach a screenshot but in the Bumblebee movie in the scene where Charlie gets ready for action, she inserts an MT into her pocket. Looked like a PST or something, I cannot be sure, it was a brief scene.
Did anybody else notice it?

Yeah I saw the movie yesterday and I noticed that too, it does look like a PST...which would be period correct as well for 1987


Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk

Wow, you're so right! I was wondering why they did not use a "proper" (hehe, please bear with me, PST-fans :P ) model!


If my highly blurred by wine and G&T memory serves me right, the PST was introduced to the market in 1983, and the original transformers cartoon (G1 as it’s called, which is also what the opening scene on cybertron is based off) first aired on TV in 1984, so it would be period correct for that too....even though the movie takes place in 1987.....a year after the female transformers were introduced both in the toy line but also after 1986s “The Transformers, The Movie” as it was called.

If you noticed the song bumblebee played in the scene where Charlie was going to jump off the clif after the “pretty boy” character encourages her to jump of the cliff and into the water with him.

The song that goes like “You got the touch, you got the power” was actually the theme song to the 1986 movie (The transformers, the movie).


Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk


Impressive analysis, sir!  :hatsoff:

It was my favorite show as a kid and I had all the toys too.

#nerdmodeactivated


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Kind regards,

MMR

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"We all make choices, but in the end our choices make us."
- Andrew Ryan
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Re: Multitool in Bumblebee movie?
« Reply #8 on: January 09, 2019, 01:13:31 PM »
I have some, too! I'm lacking 2 Aerialbots for the Superion, though.


 

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