Transformers: Dark of the Moon (2011)

PG-13   |    |  Action, Adventure, Sci-Fi


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The Autobots learn of a Cybertronian spacecraft hidden on the moon, and race against the Decepticons to reach it and to learn its secrets.

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15 October 2011 | zuma777
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| Why do people hate this movie?!
First of all, I'm 34 years old and as a kid I was a huge Transformers TV show fan. Back in 2007 when they said there will be a transformers film I was kind of excited, I loved the idea. When I went to see the movies I was very very very disappointed. The robots look nothing like the cartoon, the story was different, Megatron's voice was different, Shia LaBeouf was awful - It was a bad movie.

OK, sometimes things can get better, I went to see the second one. By all means those were 2 hours of my life I'll never get back. Transformers 2 was a total disaster. No plot whatsoever, Megan Fox's body was being thrown on us for the film to succeed, about a million goofs and mistakes regarding "the big war in Egypt" - (Believe me, I know, I'm an Egyptian).

I thought of giving Mr.Bay a last chance. I went to the movie with very low expectations and then....WOW. By far the best movie of the trilogy. It had a nice story, some twists, AMAZING CGI - no more shaky cameras, you can now witness every fight in clear detail. The music was fantastic (although ripped off, a little mix between The Dark Knight and Inception). Shia LaBeouf surprisingly was actually good. The movie is a summer blockbuster, it's a two and a half hour thrilling action ride with a lot of scenes that will make you drop your jaw and bite your fingernails. Why do critics hate it? Have no Idea. Please people don't talk about plot holes and wrong scientific facts, this is a movie about talking robots that have feelings, so I think we're already past the scientific and logical point! I gave this an 8 because I had to drop 2 points for the movie's biggest fault - Miss "lips" Rosie - She can't act, I didn't give a damn about her and to be honest, she is NOT hot. Megan was totally HOT.

Don't wait to rent the DVD. You will not waste your money, if you like action, thrilling scenes, have an ear to music and most of all - like the Transformers, go see it.

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