Orson Welles’ final role is still an underrated movie

Later writers, especially comic book writer Simon Furman, would scrap Unicron when the film flopped. Building on the character’s monstrous appearance (as designed by Floro Dery), Furman established Unicron as the Cybertronian Satan. He wants to destroy Cybertron because the planet is actually the dormant, transformed body of Primus, his twin brother and creator of Transformers. The planet contains Primus’s soul, so that’s why Unicron is vulnerable to it.

However, none of the great fantasies appear in the film as it still exists. All of Unicron’s gravity (other than literally) comes from Welles. Miraculously, his passionate delivery is really do: Unicron sounds like a bored god, outraged that it must humble itself to communicate with lesser beings. Whenever the villain gets his personal moments, Welles’s famous wit shines through (e.g. “No one summoned Megatron!” “Then I’d be happy to be the first to be the first. “).

Welles certainly deserves a better parting role, but even calling it out, his talent shined through.

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