I like both, but I prefer Transformers much more.
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@dboyrules2011: I've been good. I'm currently watching the show right now. I meant to finish last week, but hopefully I'll have it done some time this week. I know I've been taking way too long. I plan on making the reviews more quickly in the future.
Well, I'm disappointed that Weidman defeated Machida but at the same time I'm not mad or anything. I guess I feel Weidman did genuinely beat Machida unlike Silva, where the fights ended because of flukes. Honestly, I wouldn't have been mad if Weidman beat Silva if they didn't end the way they did. If he won and it wasn't a fluke, I would have been disappointed but I wouldn't have been mad or anything. I guess that's how I feel about this fight. So, congrats to Weidman for winning and to Machida for putting up a great fight.
@mrdecepticonleader: Well, the Dinobots also live to the end so I guess we can see them in later films as well.
As for Galvatron, he is actually Megatron unintentionally brought back to life. His origin is that he was a human-made transformer that was created from Megatron's remains and was supposed to be modeled after Optimus Prime, hence why his alt mode is a truck. However, none of the humans who created him realized that Megatron's memories were downloaded from his head into Galvatron's mind and so Megatron was secretly reborn again as Galvatron, and that's also why he ended up looking more like Megatron instead of Prime like they intended. However, he kept his identity as a secret for the most part but eventually he takes control of the rest of the human-made Decepticons as his own army near the end of the film. In the end, the Autobots managed to stop his army but Galvatron himself got away.
As a side note, Galvatron is voiced by Frank Welker and he uses the voice he gave Megatron in Transformers Prime, which I thought was cool.