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If Michael Bay directed Up

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Michael Bay's, ahem, oeuvre can be easily described as loud, full of explosions and full of explosions.

It means that the Transformers director has been endlessly parodied over the years but one of the most successful attempts has just surfaced online. It imagines what Pixar's charming Oscar-winner Up would be like if Bay managed to get his mitts all over it.

Expect explosions.

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