Transformers: Dark of the Moon
The Autobots learn of a Cybertronian spacecraft hidden on the Moon, and race against the Decepticons to reach it and learn its secrets, which could turn the tide in the Transformers' final battle.
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Slightly better than No. 2 but still crude and very violent.
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Fresh: For good or ill, Bay is the soul of a new machine, the poet of post-human cinema, the CEO of Hollywood's military-entertainment complex.
- Richard Corliss, TIME Magazine, Thursday, June 30, 2011
Michael Bay really need to stop thinking about making another Transformers movie, I'm serious.. Not only just because this third movie sucks, but he always had reasons to make up another story sequel after sequel.. Revenge of the Fallen were okay, in some fact it might a little more interesting rather than the first movie, but Dark of the Moon were completely out.. There's a lot of Michael Bay trying to mixed in here but IMHO that doesn't make any sense at all.. Like mixing the first approach a man ever made to the moon with some cybertron's secret, well good try but definitely not solid.. When some of the technology he tried to made in here like how a man can fly, how optimus suddenly can fly, and how most of everybody that watching this movie wasn't feel like fly while watching it? The performance from the cast were just okay, not good not that bad, except for Rosie Huntington-Whiteley since she only care about her looks.. Overall, the story could've been made more better with the unbelievable loss for Megan Fox (even though she's no better from Rosie, but at least she's already been a mascot for this movie and way more a 'useful' girlfriend) =p
- ajaymuthecooldevils, Wednesday, September 12, 2012
A slight improvement from its predecessor indeed. Just when you thought Bay couldn't topple his CGI works, he brings out this film. Stunning and mind blowing effects and action illustrates dominance throughout, but once again is brought down by the struggling script. 4/5
- fb1442511448, Saturday, August 25, 2012
Impressive effects as always, but Michael Bay cannot and it seems will not produce another good film in the Transformers saga. The third instalment in the Transformers film finds more a repeat of the first then the second. Whilst the original sequel, 'Revenge of the Fallen' was the worst film I believe has ever been made, this third one does produce a slightly better hint of a plot and emotion. The explosions and action are all there as usual, and in true Bay style, too frequent and far too much. When the emotion does come along it is wrecked by the previous two hours of non-stop explosion, after explosion, after explosion... With a new central female protagonist alongside Shia Le Beouf as well, we see a slightly better performance by Rosie Hungtington-Whiteley than Megan Fox. But Sam Witwicky's parents as usual steal the show in well performed and perfectly timed small appearances and anecdotes. Overall however, as usual the film disappoints and disappoints. 'Transformers' the first was good, but then the sequel came along. Whilst 'Dark of the Moon' will never be able to rebuild the damage of the second, and in itself is a pretty poor film, it is better than its predecessor by a little way.
- fb100000212943704, Saturday, August 11, 2012