Transformers :- Watch Transformers on Youtube on Fire, Why would they keep a deadly robot under Hoover Dam, a major water source and tourist attraction? Why would they bring this “All-Spark” out of the desert and into a heavily-populated city where property damage and civilian casualties could run their full course. The dialogue was painful, sounded like it was written for teenagers, by teenagers in a really bad fanfic like what they thought people would say. What really irked me is how the Autobots couldn’t seem to kill a Decepticon, but a lone soldier skidding on his back could dispatch one with a single shot. Why were the Autobots even there if the humans could do it better? How is it that they can save Bumblebee, but they can’t repair Jazz? What was the difference? The government/military/robot/anyone dialogue was totally unrealistic, with officials willing to “bet their ridiculously high government paychecks” on hunches. Every line smacked on bad puns, clichés, or just sounded stupid. There was an extended conversation about masturbation between Sam and his parents that felt really awkward and extended far too long. The biggest problem in character design lies in the fact that they all really do look alike. The worst offender was the Decepticon Frenzy, which looked like a 3D rendered pencil scribble, and acted like the Zuni Fetish Doll from “Trilogy of Terror”. During the final battle, I was having problems telling who was who, and when the robots collided, it was hard to see where one began and the other ended.
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Action, Adventure, Sci-Fi
Release: 3 July 2007 (USA)
IMDB Rating: 7.1/10
Director: Michael Bay
Stars: Shia LaBeouf, Megan Fox, Josh Duhamel