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Transformers Featured On "Science of the Movies"


Timothy.R

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Transformers will be featured on a show called "Science of the Movies"

 

"Transformers; Bumblebee Rises!, Nar (the host) has his brain waves read and a video-game character based on his likeness is created; a replica of Bumblebee from "Transformers" is constructed; the science behind 3-D movie making is examined."

 

I watched this show for the first time today. it was pretty neat. they went over some pirates of the caribbean stuff, some the day the earth stood still stuff, and how to make cheap bullet wound blood bursts.

 

the show will be on the science channel, in my area (ambler, pa (close to Philadelphia)) it's channel 194 on comcast digital cable in HD, & 110 not in HD.

 

*edit*

 

the show will air on Thursday the 17th @ 8pm & 11pm eastern standard time. & Friday the 18th @ 3pm & Saturday the 19th @ 3am

(this is a new episode, not a rerun)

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