Transformers
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3 of 4 people found the following review helpful
on December 3, 2014
I rented this flick. It's pretty hard to follow because the action moves too fast, but at least they filmed it with the lights on so you can see what's happening-- as opposed to Batman and Dr. Who that filmed in the dark to cover up their mistakes.
The plot of this movie is basically pretty simple: You begin with thirty-five year olds that are still in high school. They meet at a park and fight over a tree, then alien robots show up and fight for the next four and a half hours. Like I mentioned before, the action is basically shiny metal being thrown around at speeds faster than your brain can comprehend, along with scraping and glitch sound effects thrown in for added noise. In fact, the DVD skipped for over an hour and I didn't even notice any difference.
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on June 27, 2015
I'm only giving this one star because zero stars were not an option. This was 2 1/2 hours of time that I will never get back. I know that Transformers are "more than meets the eye" and, lets be honest, this is a movie based off of a cartoon so I had very low expectations, but in this installment, there is no theme other than "chase and blow up lots of stuff". The old cartoon series had a better plot in each 30 min episode. I'm not sure if this is the last movie in the series, yet it will be for me.
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on June 28, 2015
Please stop making up junk movies and slapping the transformer name on them. The Characters do not relate, story plots are not
correct and horribly made. Mark Walburg stinks. Autobots and decepticons are not the right characters or vehicles. PLease stop making junk movies and slapping the name Transformers on it !!!! Give up on the junky remakes and and have an original thought Hollywood.
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on June 30, 2015
This took a wonderful chunk of my childhood and ruined it with far too much CGI, crass humor and dialog, and nearly impossible sequences of battling robots in which it's nearly impossible to tell one apart from another. This was shallow and pointless.
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on June 29, 2015
I never actually got to see the movie, so I'm really rating the poor streaming quality.
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on June 10, 2015
Wouldn't play for us, just kept saying loading..
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1 of 2 people found the following review helpful
on November 20, 2014
This movie had no plot or direction or character development. Even the action was very confused.
All the acting was over done and dumb dumb dumb.
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1 of 2 people found the following review helpful
on November 20, 2013
You expect NOT to be sent faulty DVDs through the mail but this DVD stops, not hesitates, but stops halfway through the movie!
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1 of 3 people found the following review helpful
on December 13, 2014
No wonder Shia LaBeouf is suicidal and crazy...

Ironically, it's not the Decepticons that could destroy the human race, it's really this movie:

Transformer's embarrasses me to be human, I'm sure someday satellite signals broadcast of this horrible Michael Bay Explosion-Fest will pollute an alien galaxy low on resources. Normally the prime directive would prevent them from invading Earth and pillaging our plant, but this movie could be all the proof the high council will need to classify Humans as dumb livestock.

This movie is corny, predictable and insultingly dumb, it destroyed my childhood memory of Transformers.

Guaranteed to give you D0uce-chills. If you don't know what that means look up Opie, Anthony and Patrice.

The best review of Transformers would be by the Amazing Atheist and his friend "Gavin?": https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=E4tGycbFcLQ (technically the review is for Transformers 2 but the movies are so predictable and dumb that the review would work for any movie in the series)
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34 of 58 people found the following review helpful
on November 2, 2009
I understand who this film was created for. It was created for 14-22 year old men who like watching explosions, special effects, and hot women. On those three counts, this film was a rousing success. I, on the other-hand, enjoy outdated concepts like writing, dialogue, acting and a funny thing called "plot".

The movie is just so badly put together from a thinking mans point of view. Don't get me wrong, the film is a beautiful spectacle. The effects used to create the robots are astonishing. The way Bay refused to hide the effects in darkness was a bold move, and it worked. However, The Dark Knight proved that you can make a smart, thinking mans film, based on a concept generally aimed at children. And on top of all that plot, acting and dialogue, there were also massive special effects. Outside of the visuals, Transformers failed to be even an adequate film on nearly every level.

Here is the most maddening part of the film:

* The military has a cube that the decepticons want. The cube is in a heavily guarded military installation. What is the most logical thing to do with it? Why drive it into the middle of a populated city of course!

If you choose to watch this film, please do yourself a favor and watch it in BluRay with full digital surround sound, and shut off your brain. Just eat popcorn drink soda and "feel" the film for what it is. A vehicle for Michael Bay to show you all his neat toys.

T
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