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Transformers: Dark of the Moon (2011)

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Transformers: Dark of the Moon (2011)




7/10




Starring

Shia LaBeouf
Josh Duhamel
John Turturro
Tyrese Gibson
Rosie Huntington-Whiteley
Patrick Dempsey
Kevin Dunn


Directed by Michael Bay


Distributed by Paramount Pictures



Transformers 3, this movie is a whole package of beauty, the best out of the three transformers. This movie is guaranteed to leave you glued to your sit till the credits start rolling in.


Critics rated the first two movies low although they both brought in a high figure of $1.5 billion. They complained about Bay's storytelling and his love of Cars and bumbling scenes. But here in T3 we see that Bay was definitely not listening, he also went as far as giving the Autobots blue eyes and the Decepticons Red eyes so that the novice movie watchers can tell them apart.

Michael Bay, definitely saved the best for last to the annoyance of the critics, the dialogue in the movie is exceptionally well crafted to get the attention of both the lovers of comedy and drama. The fight scenes at times looked a little clumsy, but after a few seconds you’ll find your way around it.
Bay did a good job in infusing Sam’s parents in a way to add some drama and life into the movie, he also used slow motion a lot so as to get the audience not miss a thing.
Bay dedicated the first 30 minutes of the movie to both Sam and Carly so the audience can get a feel of their union and to build a story depth, a decision which is welcomed.

A lot of crashing, Explosions and noise and the use of visual effects was way up there in this one.

The story continues from where the last one stops, our protagonist now looking for a job after college Sam Witwicky (Shia LaBeouf), blah blah blah, Optimus goes to the moon to save and bring to life an old Autobot leader named Sentinel (voiced by Leonard Nimoy), we see the new girlfriend Carly (Rosie Huntington-Whiteley), a blond sexy chick (needing more acting class and less Girls of the Playboy Mansion drama), this happens that happens, Government as usual up to something (which we know they know nothing about) run by a bossy woman (Frances McDormand).
The end of the world is near, someone get Sam!!! Bring in the U.S. military and somehow Sam gets wisdom from above and knows what to do to save the world.

And there was a scene where Carly is trapped in a Decepticon car and it looked like the Car was fondling her??? I remember making a face when i saw that, What was that?

Megan Fox's replacement Rosie Huntington-Whiteley is not much of a good actress at all, but Bay must have really had it in for Megan because you kind of actually enjoy the role of Rosie more than Megan Fox. I liked how the movie used the Apollo landing as a part of its story.

3 comments:

  1. Oshiole G. IMOESI-ALIUJuly 5, 2011 at 8:58 PM

    First, why dump Megan Fox. She was sexy and could help fight the evil, though sexy, decepticon in Part two! Arrgghhh!

    So you mean in the cartoon there were no colour distinctions in the eyes?

    Now, it's crazy if what you say about the car fondling is true; that's wrong, plain wrong.

    Now, I await it's release and look forward to a good time.

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  2. Hey first i said it looked like the car was fondling her, not the car was fondling, but yet still it was odd.
    This new chick Rosie tried (could have been better but she tried), and i don't remember any color distinction in the cartoon

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  3. and Oshiole tanks for the comment

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