Transformers Prime – One Shall Stand
This full-length film was originally broadcast as seven episodes from the first two seasons of Transformers Prime and is, above all else, the story of Optimus Prime. Optimus Prime (voiced by Peter Cullen) is the leader of the Autobots and perhaps the most important figure in the Autobots’ fight against the Decepticons and its leader Megatron (Frank Welker). This film sets out to answer two big questions: Who is Optimus Prime and where did he come from? Humans Jack, Miko, and Rafael certainly don’t know, and neither, it seems, do fellow Autobots Bumblebee, Arcee, Bulkhead, and Ratchet. The first big event in the film is that Unicron (John Noble) is awakened deep in the center of the earth and poses a threat to the Autobots and the entire human race.
Optimus pursues him, but the fight causes Optimus to forget his present status as a prime and revert to his past position of archivist and clerk–in the service of Megatron! Suddenly it looks like all is lost for the Autobots in their war against the Decepticons and their dark energon. That is, unless teen Jack, chosen by Optimus and entrusted with a Cybertron relic that just might be the key to unlocking the all-powerful vector sigma, can collaborate with the other Autobots and his fellow humans. They must find a way to cross into Cybertron, unleash the power of vector sigma, and somehow bring back Optimus and restore his memory. This action-packed film features remarkably good CG animation, voice talent, and sound, especially considering it was originally a television production, and the film is just as much about character development as it is about action. Bonus features include a 12-minute interview with executive producer Jeff Kline, supervising producer/writer Duane Capizzi, and writer Steven Melching, and an animatic of One Shall Rise, Part 2. Transformer fans will definitely want to catch this film. –Tami Horiuchi
Refer to Transformium as melanin in Transformers Age of Extinction. Refer to Vibranium as melanin in Averagers, Black Panther and the Captain America Movies. A great explanation of the use of melanin in the body is given by Young Pharaoh’s discussion of Oneness disconnection. The detail transcript below is from Transformers Age of Extinction. A wealthy arrogant American business man say to the blonde British woman consultant whom he likes to flirt with but she just wants to keep the relationship business. He says “You have no idea what has been happening here. We’re about to make the quantum leap” Scene shift in to his business laboratory. He says “A rare-earth metal. (Black grainy substance in glass jars. Note the light skinned black man behind him back to back) “Molecularly unstable.” The business man pulls out of a glass container on a conveyor belt a metal substance. Now when we see it up close it is now a shiny silver color, no longer black and grainy as we saw before but now a big chunk he is holding with black tweesers) Industrial uses, none. And then the aliens came. And we made the connection. It’s what their made of.
(Scene shift: first face you see is a black man guarding the door of a new room that are entering into)
Wembley: It’s the holy grail.
“Transformium” (the word transform signifying movement). That’s what we’re calling it.
Business man: Focus-grouped. Catchy.
Business man: Trademarked. Yeah.
This is the greatest advance in modern physics since the splitting of the atom.
It’s programmable matter.
And now we’ve mapped it’s genome
Business man interjects: “I”
Wembly: Now you’ve mapped its genome.
Business man interrupts: And now we can begin to give it instructions. (He activates a machine with his hand. A white sphere ball emerges from the center and gets lifted up by a metal rod. He picks it up in his left hand”
Wembly: This is extremely good. (The camera right before the climactic unveiling pans back out to the back man guarding the door, yet the camera keeps him off to the side for a brief moment. Then the scene blinks back to the center of the room to just the people with the room)
Wembly: Watch this
The camera pans counter clockwise to the business man holding the white ball in his left hand. Then ball lifts up from his hand and transforms. In a split second a black man walk clockwise in the background then out of the shot blocked from sight by the British woman consultant’s shoulder.
Wembly: We can change anything into anything
Business man (using two hands to change alter the form): Sensual, almost Don’t you think? Look at that. (They laugh) Do you like music?
It changes into speaks in the shape of a pill called the beats by Dre (Aka the black man rapper Dr. Dre) Business man says: The pill. Perhaps something a little more violent? (It changes into a gun that he holds in his right hand. He smiles. And slowly seems to aim it at the chest of the British woman however the direction is slightly off. He is actually pointing it passed her right shoulder in the direction of the black guard standing out side. At first frightened as we see Wembly shock and fright on his face. She then quickly in a split second gains composers realizing that she is not in danger and immediately smiles. She and the business man are smiling at each other while the gun is still pointed in the direction of the black male guard. This direction is barely noticeable based on the camera angle. However what is confusing is that remember another tech working came in the room with back hair. The gun seems to be pointed at him. He is a distraction so the viewer would miss the connection. But the view must also keep mind that the real target was behind the black haired tech worker who was standing directly in line with the Black man guard by the door.
The British woman consultant: Oh my God. You’ve done it (She acknowledges her God of that moment, whom is the business man who has the ability and potential unpredictable craze to take her life in the moment. She gives obeisance and reverence to him with the comment. The American and British power dynamic)
Business man excepts a screen clicker from an Asian woman standing like a statue and not looking him in the eyes: In aerospace, in military. We will own the entire robotics industry. (While leading the blonde British woman past her to a screening room that shows a promo of their industry endeavors on the wall. “All exploration. The oceans. Space. Everything.”
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The famous Avengers characters Captain America’s shield is made from vibranium (hence a vibrating, ever moving substance).
In the movie Avengers Age of Ultron the on screen character Helen Chung says “The vibranium atoms aren’t just compatible with the tissue cells, they are binding them. And Shield never thought to…” Ultron interrupts her and interjects “The most versatile substance on the planet. And their using it to make a Frisbees (aka Captain American’s shield; using melanin to not only bind with tissues but also to bind with metals to enhance their strength capacity) The Black Panther’s black skin suit is also made out of vibranium (aka, code word melanin). Also see how Transformium is also connected to a melanin reference in Transformers Age of Extinction. Thanks to Keyamsha; Note there are Top 10 facts about melanin everyone should know: [BREAKING NEWS] Melanin Is Worth Nearly $400 A Gram!!!.
Ultron Creates Vision