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Transformers Dark of the Moon Review Special
"I don't accept my business the way it is, to be honest. I don't like what it's become. I don't blame anyone for it becoming the way it has. It's got its own hideous natural progression, just like world events."
Why? Just, just why am I watching this? I gave up on Transformers after Revenge of the Fallen, which, ironically enough, was my first movie review. It was the first one that kickstarted my criticizing path and led me to this long journey that's led to me being attacked by Avatar fans to Star Wars fans. But I was requested by a good friend and co-writer/artist AlphaBeta90, to review this
.sigh* well, I guess I might as well, as this would mark my 110th review (yes, I'm counting "Best of" lists to my count), which seems fitting I suppose, to revisit a film franchise that got me started on this website
and it's a movie I have no interest in whatsoever
so much for that Cult C
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Hello Im Volts48 and, whether you like it or not, Im your critic.
What is it people want to see in an action movie? People fighting each other with Asian-style close combat, bullets flying everywhere, and things getting blown up; that seems to be the formula. Enter Michael Bay, the director of Armageddon and Pearl Harbor, who brings us, again, another one of his CGI-heavy action thrillers to the big screen where things just get blown the hell up. Only one problem, he forgot the thriller part and replaced the majority of the human characters with crude and rude alien robots. The movie Im referring to is Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen.
What can I possibly say about this movie that critics and fans have not already said? Apart from the fact that this film is based on a line of toys from Japan by Hasbro, nothing much. But, in 2007, director Michael Bay teamed up with Steven Spielberg to make a movie that would not only sell more toys but would