Transformers: Dark of the Moon


Action / Adventure / Sci-Fi

Rotten Tomatoes Critics - Rotten 36%
Rotten Tomatoes Audience - Spilled 56%
IMDb Rating 6.3 10 356848


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Shia LaBeouf as Sam Witwicky
Hugo Weaving as Megatron
John Malkovich as Bruce Brazos
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2.20 GB
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2hr 34 min
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Movie Reviews

Reviewed by bensonmum2 3 / 10

"Whoa, we got us a little Mexican standoff!"

There's so much I could write about Transformers: Dark of the Moon that I'm not sure where to begin. I think I'll start with my one word review - wretched. It's one truly wretched movie. I'm not sure how you spend almost $200 million and make something this bad, but Michael Bay found a way. I usually begin one of these with a plot summary, but with Transformers: Dark of the Moon, I don't see any point. The plot here doesn't really matter. The plot is pointless. It's all about big explosions. And if there's one thing Michael Bay can do, it's make a movie with big explosions. The problem is that without a story I cared 2 cents about, the big explosions get pretty boring pretty fast. At 2 hours 34 minutes and with no interesting story, this thing is like running a marathon in mud. It takes forever. By the time the film's big finale rolled around, I was done. I couldn't take anymore. What a bore! But to be fair, I went back and watched the last part about three times because I kept falling asleep. You would think that any movie that ends with giant robots doing battle would have an ending that would hold your interest. That's not the case here. And if you're going to begin your movie on the moon, why not end it on the moon? We've seen Transformers battle on Earth before, so why not take the final battle back to where it all began? What a missed opportunity. And does Michael Bay believe in editing. There's so much fat here that could have easily been cut out. For example, ss I said when writing about #2, why are Sam's parents even in the film? They add nothing but minutes to the runtime. That's just one example of the many I could cite.

And I realize I'm starting to ramble, so I better stop here. I could go on and on about the poor CGI, the bad inside jokes, and the embarrassing treatment of Leonard Nimoy's legacy, but I won't . I don't want to overstay my welcome like Transformers: Dark of the Moon.

Reviewed by jaxenross 7 / 10

The last GOOD Transformers movie...

I love this movie, especially by the fact it's an action one - and Michael Bay sure knows how to do an action film right! The last hour or so of the film really blew my mind, so much fun and games for everyone. Not only that, but I find it to be in my top list of the best films of all time; I may have seen most of the greatest films ever made and had different opinions on them, but none of them I have seen can top this film here! An exhilarated masterpiece to the live-action Transformers saga out of the three films I own and the last GOOD one that I know of. Going forward, the films fluctuate in quality: some being good or bad, but none of them can recapture the magic of three.

Reviewed by Ilikehorrormovies 3 / 10

Better than the second one but worse than the first one

This is boring like it's very dull. I'm sick of tired of Michael Bay's Transformer movies like they could of end it here and made a reboot instead. I know 4 & 5 is going to suck. The script is lazy and poorly written. If a better director direct this movie it'll be miles better. Please they need to canceled this series now.

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