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Transformers Movie Quotes

The best "Transformers" movie quotes are made possible from the genius of Michael Bay and Steven Speilberg combined with the 1980s animated series and toys to create the series of live-action films. Starting in 2007, "Transformers" leapt from the small screen and action figures to the big screen to bring fans summer blockbusters in 2007, 2009 and 2011.

While many of the Transformers themselves, including the great Optimus Prime, spoke many of these "Transformers" quotes, others were uttered by leading actors Shia LaBeouf and Megan Fox, at least until before Fox was very publicly replaced by another actress, Rosie Huntington-Whiteley, for the third film.
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    You'll Always Be My First Car Man

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    Sam Witwicky: "Bee, I want to talk to you about the college thing, okay?"
    Bumblebee: "I'm so excited, And I just can't hide it..."
    Sam Witwicky: "Hey! I'm not taking you with me!"
    Mikaela Banes: "I'm gonna wait outside..."
    Sam Witwicky: "Bumblebee, just hear me out okay? You know, freshmen aren't allowed to have cars, that's all it is. It is best for both of us. I know it doesn't sound like it but... you're an Autobot, you shouldn't be living in my dad's garage. I mean you're suffocating in here. Hey will you look at me please? Hey, come on big guy... "
    Sam Witwicky: "Look, the guardian thing is done, okay? You did your job. It's over with. You've gotta be something else, you've got have a bigger purpose then just me, Bee! I can't be the end all deal in your life! I wanna be normal, I want to go to college. Everybody has this, and I should be able to experience this. And I can't do that with you."
    Sam Witwicky: "Come on... it's not the last time I'm gonna see you, you know? Come on, don't do that... Bee, you're killing me..."
    Sam Witwicky: "You'll always be my first car man. I love you."

    Poor Sam, not only does he have to deal with his parents at the beginning of "Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen" when he goes off to college, but also his dear friend, or car, or both, Bumblebee.
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    You've Made a Grave Mistake

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    Optimus Prime: "Everything humans know of our planet we were told had been shared. You lied to us. You've made a grave mistake."

    Apparently Transformers don't appreciate deception. Cue the violent battle scenes and the CGI for the fight of all fights in "Transformers: Dark of the Moon."
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    From Here, the Fight Will Be Your Own

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    Optimus Prime: "You may lose your faith in us, but never in yourselves. From here, the fight will be your own."

    Giving a pep talk to the humans in "Transformers: Dark of the Moon," Optimus Prime sets the stage for an epic battle between the humans and the Decepticons. It sounds like Optimus and the Autobots will not be helping fend off the angry Decepticons, but that sounds a bit far fetched doesn't it?
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    There was... the Cube

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    Optimus Prime: "Before time began, there was...the Cube. We know not where it comes from, only that it holds the power to create worlds and fill them with life. That is how our race was born. For a time we lived in harmony, but like all great power, some wanted it for good...others for evil. And so, began the war. A war that ravaged our planet until it was consumed by death. And the Cube was lost to the far reaches of space. We scattered across the galaxy, hoping to find it and rebuild our home. Searching every star, every world. And just when all hope seemed lost, message of a new discovery drew us to an unknown planet called...Earth. But we were already too late."

    Giving a preview of what would become the traditional way to open and close each live-action "Transformers" movie, Optimus Prime opened the first "Transformers" film with this speech. Optimus Prime, the leader of the Autobots, would go on to start and end each of the films with similar words of wisdom.
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