Fan-Made Transformers Short Is Probably Better Than The Movies

The fifth(!) instalment of Michael Bay’s take on Transformers is set to debut on June 23, 2017, with Transformers: The Last Knight and it will probably have lots of slow-motion robot battles and explosions.

While the movies are fun popcorn experience, it doesn’t necessarily capture the magic of the old GENERATION 1 Transformers that most fans fell in love with. Chisel Pixel, however, managed to capture that nostalgic GEN-1 cartoons with this live-action short of Transformers that’s probably a lot more faithful to the original cartoons than any of Bay’s movies.

Check it out below:

Unfortunately, it doesn’t seem like they’ll be making it into a fully-featured movie. Instead, you’ll just have Transformers: The Last Knight to look forward to on June 23, 2017.

Source: Chisel Pixel (YouTube)

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