Re: Transformers 4 is going to be AWESOME.
It does seem like Michael Bay is trying to improve his films visually, the 2nd one tried to be bigger and more "epic", it ended up being bad and the battles were sometimes difficult to follow, so witht he 3rd film he improved the 3D and made the battles easier to follow, while still being very big, amazing how he was able to do so much with less than the budget he had in the 2nd film. Now he's making the robots more unique, another improvement.
Now if only he could stop with these, sometimes insulting, jokes, or in least gave some better characters, focusing on Mark Wahlberg's character seemed like an improvement, but his daughter and her boyfriend seem like more boring "super model" characters, there for those hiting puberty or as an excuse for audience surrogates.
Unlike many i didn't mind the military's role, if anything they're the ones who should be the human protagonists, they have a reason to be there, and i don't remember the ones from the first film being unlikeable.
Originally Posted by childeroland
Plenty of male-led action films fail, yet the actors' gender is not blamed. Why should it be different for women? Especially since far more male-led action films are made than female-led action films?