Well, as motor fans the Transformers was an early indulgence into the auto world. The animated series were an immense hit with children in the 90s and the early 2000s. I remember watching the series almost religiously never missing a show. The animation which had been so successful with its young audience seemed to be begging for a movie. Thus, in 2003 work on its first ever movie began in earnest and culminated in its release later in 2007 to critical acclaim and box office success.
As a keen watcher of all the movies released (5 in total), I’d have to say I like the third Transformers: Dark of the Moon the most. It had everything, action with a great plot. I mean any movie that displays apocalyptic catastrophes is a sure winner, our minds react most to fear.
The story is all about the Autobots vs the Decepticons, who are an alien race that transform between cars and robots. Now this alien race have managed to destroy their planet and find themselves on earth. They come to earth and the Deceptions led by Megatron are hell bent on eliminating the entire human race so that they can establish their sole dominant race in the world. However, Optimus Prime the leader of the Autobots doesn’t like this and works hard with fellow Autobots and humans to defeat the Decepticons. Basically, this is the whole plot of the movie series, it may get a few alterations here and there but it will always stick to this script.
Now, we have a certain Autobot by the name of Bumble Bee who transforms between a Chevrolet Camaro and a robot. Bumble Bee talks via the use of his car radio, where he edits audio clips and mixes them to make sense. Also, of worthy note Bumble Bee is the Autobots scout.
Have you ever wondered if they had a real life replica out there, or has somebody been clever enough to make their own? Then, take a look below to watch Bumblee Bee in real life: