Transformers: Dark of the moon film review

UK release date: 29/6/11

Runtime: 154 minutes

Directed by: Michael Bay

Starring: Shia LaBeouf, Josh Duhamel, John Turturro, Tyrese Gibson, Rosie Huntington-Whiteley, Patrick Dempsey, Frances McDormand

Note: This film is available on Netflix at the time of this review.

This film is so long! And yet not much happens. They waste a lot of time on silly, unimportant scenes. The plot isn’t very complex. They’re constantly explaining rather than showing us thing.

The last hour of the film is when the action starts, but it’s difficult to feel excited about it when I had to wait for an hour for it.

I find the human’s reactions and actions unrealistic and along with their interactions with the robots .

I mean, the Autobots and Decepticons look pretty amazing, but that’s about the only interesting thing about this film. Along with the some cool fight scenes.

I don’t understand the importance of Sam (Shia LaBeouf) character in this. He hasn’t got much importance to the plot and seemed more concerned with his romantic interests.

I love Dutch, who admittedly has a tiny unimportant part, but is incredibly adorable.

This is the third, and the worst, in the Transformer series so far.

To sum up, So, so long, Thin plot, Unimportant scenes

Was it worth the watch? No

Would I re-watch? No

Stars: 2/6

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