The Transformers: The Movie (1986)
Kup relates a story about petrorabbits to Grimlock, mirroring a scene from "Of Mice and Men."
Mentioned in "Dare To Be Stupid" lyrics.
When the spikes come out of the wheels
"Door No. 2" mentioned
The song "Dare To Be Stupid" from this mockumentary is featured.
Dirk sings his own version of "The Touch" which comes from this movie.
"In the darkest hour, there will be a light" is quoted from the Covenant of Primus.
Nerd has a poster of this movie.
The poster of the movie was seen behind Kyle.
One of the nerds holds this film up while going on a rant about Sci-Fi.
Optimus Prime says to Megatron "One shall stand, one shall fall" just like in the animated movie.
Poster viewable behind Nerd.
The movie villain's machine is a shot-for-shot reference to Unicron's transformation
dvd cover shown as part of Jerry's life while at Circuit City
Stan Bush's "The Touch" plays as Jeff prepares to beat the "Missile Command" high score.
The DVD for this film is shown.
Nerd predicted the Stage 10 boss to be either Galvatron or Unicron.
Poster shown while the Film Buff discusses animated movies of the 1980s
A poster of the movie is seen behind James & Mike.
Poster is seen behind James & Mike.
A poster of the movie is seen in James' basement.
Linkara mentions having watched the movie.
Poster of the movie seen behind Board James.
When at the snacks at the drive in, Brent uses the universal greeting ( Bah-Weep-Graaaaagnah Wheep Ni Ni Bong)
Audio clip of Optimus saying "I thought you were made of sterner stuff" plays when the Media Grubber says Optimus Prime is in "The Little Engine That Could"
detailing Orson Welles' final screen role
Mentioned by Todd.
Recommended as an alternative to Michael Bay's "droppings".
The Stan Bush song "The Touch", which was prominently featured in the film, plays during the final boss battle; in addition, The Boss and Zinyak also quote Optimus Prime and Megatron in the fight.
Theme is played.
"This is a weird remake of Transformers: The Movie."
Footage is shown during the #1 pick when The Nostalgia Critic regrets not putting Optimus Prime's death on his Top 11 Saddest Nostalgic Moments list.
Galvatron: "This is bad comedy."
Clip is shown
compares Optimums' death scenes
Clip used in review.
A character claiming bad comedy.
recalling the showdown between Optimus Prime and Megatron.
movie is reviewed
The "this is bad comedy" scene is used
"It reminds me of Junk City from the Transformers cartoon movie."
recalling Galvatron murdering a ruler
Adam & Pops watches it at the theater.
Clips shown in review.
Mr. Roberts uses the famous Megatron line, "It's over, Prime."