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« on: July 05, 2007, 09:02:10 AM »

Went to see the Transformers movie yesterday, I grew up in the 80s and used to play with the toys.  I thought they did a great job for what they had to work with.  Awesome movie, there is will be a two out soon.  I was going to take my son but the movie was two hours and some minutes, to long for him (he is only 3).  It would be great for 10 and up, no cartoonish stuff in it. afro
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« Reply #1 on: July 05, 2007, 10:53:19 AM »

my oldest son, who also grew up in the '80's  Sad saw it and said it was great.  maybe i'll go just so i can relive my childrens childhood......

when we were cleaning out the kids rooms to transform them (i'm clever) into other things, i found some unopened transformer toys. we must have boxed them up for christmas or bdays and forgot about them.  i have put them aside for collection, or ebay.  my secret stash for may old(er) age.
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