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Old 06-26-2011, 11:11 AM   #26
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I like the 1st Transformers. It was a decent film. I guess since it's the first in the franchise, I was super excited and anticipating the outcome. The 2nd Transformers was just pure action and not much depth and plot. I did like it 'coz Megan Fox was there and she's just so easy on the eyes. As for the 3rd, I have to say plot wise, special effects wise and acting wise ... I'VE SEEN IT THE PREVIOUS TRANSFORMERS FILMS. What I didn't see though was the beautiful Megan Fox which made me miss her character a lot. I didn't feel the connection between Rosie and Shia. Face-wise, I prefer Megan over Rosie. The plot wasn't great. The effects were THE SAME. I didn't feel any attachment to any of the characters. It was mediocre. Michael Bay made another Transformers film with no difference from the first two except for the absence of a hot eye candy that is, Megan Fox. I say, skip it and just wait for it to come out on Blu-Ray. Trust me. You've seen it all before.


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TotalFilm review: 3 out of 5 stars

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For them, good news. Transformers 3 (full title - Transformers: Dark Of The Moon) might struggle to equal the sheer exhilaration of Bay's 2007 trilogy-starter, but it’s a whole lot more coherent and fulfilling than Revenge Of The Fallen.
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A largely linear plot and some ingenious appropriation of 20th century history helps T3 correct most of T2’s deficiencies without really matching T1’s superior entertainment value and element of surprise.
The reviewer also goes on to talk a lot about how awful Rosie Huntington is, which is a shame because I thought I had heard she put forth a good effort.
Keep in mind that this very same website gave Revenge of The Fallen 4 stars out of 5.
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I wouldn't go by any of those top reviews. Those are the kind of outlets that get put in commercials where the quotes are as big as can be with the source small as can be, and that means the movie isn't good.

I'm not dismissing this yet, I just wouldn't go by those reviews.
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still haven't posted up his full review but he's more of Drew Weeney

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"The best 3D experience since 'Avatar.' Totally worth opening night reserved
seating IMAX 3D whatever it costs, because if you're going to do that for
anything, you do it for something designed as an experience. 'Transformers 3,'
especially seen in IMAX 3D, is a ride. The sound mix alone is more exciting
than anything in the billion-dollar-bore of 'Pirates 4.' This is gigantic
action we've never seen before, and Bay's reaction to shooting and cutting his
film for 3D is to get better at what he does. It raised his game, and as a
result, I feel like we just saw a dare thrown down by one of Hollywood's biggest
action specialists: 'Top this.' There's a solid hour-long action sequence in
Chicago that uses everything Bay's ever done before, but all blended into one
exhausting push to save one girl in the midst of a war involving two planets.
It's the personal story on an apocalyptic scale that Bay loves to try to tell,
and that other guys like Emmerich and Cameron and even Spielberg love to do.
And this is the best version of it that Bay's made so far.

The third film does something I hadn't totally seen from the series so far: it
made me care about what happened to the Giant F**king Robots. They are given
personality more successfully here than at any other point in the trilogy.
Finally, it feels like the war makes sense, and the stakes make sense, and it
all matters. Sentinel Prime is a great addition to the series, and Nimoy plays
him perfectly. It's a real performance, and as a result, it makes the rest of
the Transformers feel more real. Cullen is very good in this one, and the rest
of the robot cast manages to impress as well. Even the weird little robots grew
on me over the course of the film, especially when you see where they wind up.
The Decepticons are way nastier in this one, and so when Optimus Prime and the
Autobots unleash hell... AND THEY DO... it is so deserved and so worthy of one
cheer after another that it almost becomes audience participation.

It's sick. There are some things I will discuss in my review that I didn't
like, but the two paragraphs above are far more important, and represent my
overall feeling about what Michael did. He nailed it. If he never does it
again, he can drop the mic on the stage and walk away like Eminem at the rap
battle in "8 Mile."

"What would you do without me in this world, Prime?" "Time to find out."

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If you ended an action movie starring humans with the good guy ripping the bad
guy's spine out of his body and then bathing in his blood before tossing the
skull and spine aside in graphic close-up, it would be NC-17 and people would
freak out. But because it's the Giant F**king Robots, it's awesome, and you get
a PG-13.

Plus -- for bonus points -- the Buzz Aldrin cameo is the greatest thing in any
movie this summer. End of argument.”
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Been a lurker for awhile, but I had to join so that I can deliver the unfortunate news of the first negative review of this movie.

http://hopelies.com/2011/06/26/as-ba...k-of-the-moon/

I'm not sure what to think of this since it doesn't add up with other reviews. The first review from AICN said that Sam's parents were barely in it and that Wheelie and Brains were more toned down, but this one says that the parents are more prominent and that Wheelie and Brains are making dorky jokes. I don't know if this is considered a credible site.

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Been a lurker for awhile, but I had to join so that I can deliver the unfortunate news of the first negative review of this movie.

http://hopelies.com/2011/06/26/as-ba...k-of-the-moon/

I'm not sure what to think of this since it doesn't add up with other reviews. The first review from AICN said that Sam's parents were barely in it and that Wheelie and Brains were more toned down, but this one says that the parents are more prominent and that Wheelie and Brains are making dorky jokes. I don't know if this is considered a credible site.
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every review counts.

Thanks! This review is confusing since, like I said, it doesn't match what other reviews have said. Not simply because it's a negative review, but the fact that other reviews said that the cons mentioned in this weren't even in it.



P.S. I really do think that the comparison to 9/11 that the reviewer made to the skydiving scene was actually more offensive than the scene he was talking about and a perfect example of over analyzing something (which seems to be a recurring problem in that review).

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Thanks! This review is confusing since, like I said, it doesn't match what other reviews have said. Not simply because it's a negative review, but the fact that other reviews said that the cons mentioned in this weren't even in it.

P.S. I really do think that the comparison to 9/11 that the reviewer made to the skydiving scene was actually more offensive than the scene he was talking about and a perfect example of over analyzing something (which seems to be a recurring problem in that review).
Over analysis would be an understatement. I mean it's as if he's reviewing a michael moore documentary. A summer film about robots hesitant or rather imploring to stay and protect the innocent in case of a proven threat is now taboo because this reviewer hates US foreign policy? Well there goes the earth bound concept behind the series.
(ignoring that bay is firmly against the war)

The only people allowed to act silly in his movies are white for fear of some sort of stereo typing (not race specific this time lol)? well there goes Ken Jeong's whole act.

Meh, I'd hate to say it but he really seemed to have a bone to pick with everyone involved.
Well, there we have it, the first rotten review. I have a feeling the haters of the film might not have the same issues as this particular review but whose to say.

Good news is TF may steal some of the patriotic audience from Captain America without an alienating title lol.

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Meh, I'd hate to say it but he really seemed to have a bone to pick with everyone involved.
Well, there we have it, the first rotten review. I have a feeling the haters of the film might not have the same issues as this particular review but whose to say.

Good news is TF may steal some of the patriotic audience from Captain America without an alienating title lol.

That's assuming RT even counts this review, it felt more like a blog post from a political activist. If Sam's parents are in it more than what the first AICN review implied, then I hope that they're more like what they were in the first one where they weren't exactly funny, but didn't make you want to gouge your eyes out.

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That's assuming RT even counts this review, it felt more like a blog post from a political activist. If Sam's parents are in it more than what the first AICN review implied, then I hope that they're more like what they were in the first one where they weren't exactly funny, but didn't make you want to gouge your eyes out.
I assume their both right about the parents, I also assume the matter is a subjective one, always has been. I rolled my eyes during both hangover movies, but that's me.

which is why (most) reviews are worth their own weight in gold during the summer season, for me anyway.

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I assume their both right about the parents, I also assume the matter is a subjective one, always has been. I rolled my eyes during both hangover movies, but that's me.

which is why (most) reviews are worth their own weight in gold during the summer season, for me anyway.


I haven't seen Hangover 2, but Mr Chow was one of my favorite things about the first one. I would assume that whoever Ken is playing isn't as over the top as Mr Chow. It would be interesting to know what that reviewer's opinion of The Hangover was.


P.S. I actually just found the twitter account of the guy that wrote the rotten review. He said that he's NOT a part of RT, so that review won't get counted. He did say in one tweet that the twins were more offensive than the stuff that's in TF 3, and that he should have scaled back on that part.

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sounds great... this would be the first real imax film ive seen since TDK

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Been a lurker for awhile, but I had to join so that I can deliver the unfortunate news of the first negative review of this movie.

http://hopelies.com/2011/06/26/as-ba...k-of-the-moon/

I'm not sure what to think of this since it doesn't add up with other reviews. The first review from AICN said that Sam's parents were barely in it and that Wheelie and Brains were more toned down, but this one says that the parents are more prominent and that Wheelie and Brains are making dorky jokes. I don't know if this is considered a credible site.
that guy just hasnt it in for the whole series lol... the last paragraph took away all his credibility, that comment describes the kind of "critic" that guy is lol

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I can't wait to see this in 3d but I also find it funny Rosie's already getting trashed by critics.

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She's already doing a better job than Megan in the clips that are online, but even a ragdoll in Garry's mod is more expressive than Megan.

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I find it funny too.
These critics were trashing her from the start.

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My review of Transformers 3. Sorry, this is a google translation (from French). But at least it's fairly complete

http://lestoilesheroiques.blogspot.c...m-avis-et.html


Embarked on the path to redemption, Michael Bay has done a lot of promise for 3 Transformers: denied after the second episode, he promised a darker film, with a real scenario (the writers' strike could no longer serve lawful excuse), with characters worked, and the abandonment of humor idiot who was much maligned. When is it on arrival? Bay is a man of his word: Transformers 3 - The Far Side of the Moon is an explosive success, with a final wrap up in Dante's trilogy. There are simply movies that should not be missed: in the manner of a George Lucas with Star Wars Episode III, Michael Bay rolled up his sleeves and with a strong team, Steven Spielberg and James Cameron, he produced a masterpiece in the genre blockbuster action inflated special effects, creating a gulf of quality with the preceding film.

As X-Men First Class, Transformers 3 rewrites history: the space race to the moon would not have been motivated by the conquest of a simple star empty, but for obscure reasons, the appropriation of alien technology . A race ensued between Autobots and Decepticons. The acquisition of what is on the satellite of the Earth, depends on the fate of all mankind ... The Transformers saga has now its own codes: the film begins with a dramatic introduction, as narrated in the previous episodes by Optimus Prime. The sequence in relief is a marvel of depth, which operates the most out of 3D. In his prologue, Bay takes the time to explain the context, history, to anchor his story, strongly edited archival footage. From the outset the film reveals its more serious and adult.

The "problem" Transformers 3 is that there are two movies in one. The first act is a kind of investigation. Who was he on the moon? How much will it affect the Earth? How the cards will they be redistributed among the hero, the Autobots, the Decepticons and human authorities? Then there's the second act, which literally crushed by its strength and its shocking images the first part. My mind tries to return to the beginning of the film, but it can not do: again and again, these are the images that stick in my grand final in mind. A strange sensation! The first part is the one that most resembles the atmosphere of the other films in the saga. Sam Witwicky (Shia LaBeouf) enters professional life, with an interesting problem: how to find its place in society when we saved the world twice? Life and office work must seem very dull ... At his side, Sam is still a hot girl (the only major inconsistency in the film ^ ^). Megan Fox to succeed, Rosie Huntington-Whiteley plays Carly Miller: more adult, more crisp, richer, more beautiful, best actress and above. But if it's only his first film role, but Rosie Megan Fox buried by his natural charm. Sorry for the fans of Megan.

Among the newcomers include John Malkovich. Time for a role, great actor takes his cap character slowly crazy. Could not be happier to be believed, even if some would say "What was he doing in that galley?". Have fun and entertain the viewer, simply. Dr. Mamour Grey's Anatomy, Patrick Dempsey, also revolves around the couple Sam-Carly. Can not talk in detail about his character without revealing too: let's just say that it is properly discharging its dual-role ... In any case, his fans as his detractors will be happy ... A powerful voice of Optimus Prime (Peter Cullen), another player joins the voice cast of the film: it's Leonard Nimoy in the role of Sentinel Prime. He brings wisdom and power to the robotic character the most depth of this new opus.

With all these new faces, human or robotic, the character of Sam Witwicky seems to me almost in the background. The challenge of the film and the finale is so large in scale, just a "kid" can not overcome alone. Shia LaBeouf does not have to play the clown, it is concentrated, and his favorite line "No, no, no, nooooo" even absent from the film! When I say that Transformers 3 is completely different ... The real heroes of the feature film are in another category, they must be strong and must be armed, which makes perfect sense: what are the Autobots and the soldiers. Transformers 3 is a war movie with a battle for control of Chicago, which lasts almost an hour. Black Hawk Down was quoted: the situation is indeed similar in the Transformers. A group of men and robots that can be counted on the fingers of one hand, and find themselves trapped in enemy territory. The voltage is maximum. The uncertain outcome.

Before the final, Michael Bay does not avoid a few red (the paranoid character played by Ken Jeong, the inter-cutting plans with a black screen, one or two replays supported too), but overall, all errors Transformers 2 are corrected. As examples, the parents of Sam unbearable are just mere representation. Even Rosie Huntington-Whiteley/Carly Miller holds a place in the action and resolution of the adventure, and is not used only figurehead in distress. There may be one thing I regret is the lack of international openness. The Transformers have so far always been the reactions of other countries to attack / events caused by the Decepticons, or by the whole issue and implications focus on the United States. But that's a detail. Yet another: it lacks a long heroic transformation plan for the first appearance of Optimus Prime. Some hate this kind of slow, rotating camera support, close-up filming the conversion of vehicles. Personally, I love. I could also return to the small number of fighters to battle Autobots Chicago (compared to Transformers 2), but again, it is a logical choice: the quality and development (Sentinel, Optimus, Megatron) rather than quantity .

Before coming to the end, talking about 3D. The best 3D Avatar since, for sure. Maybe even better than the film by James Cameron (for this, it will be a session in IMAX 3D!). Needless to trace the production of the film: Transformers 3 was designed from the beginning as an experience to live in relief. The question does not even arise: should absolutely see in this format. Even the brightness of the image is perfect, as usual, obscured the 3D screen. The sense of depth is particularly successful in the opening scene and the action scenes. Immersion is maximum. But keep in mind that this is only 3D. The objects do not come out of the screen, but I think generally, the viewer expects much too much of the relief, which is after all a bonus. Transformers 3 is an experience, a spectacle that must go into IMAX 3D. This is just what is the best time. All other blockbusters can go get dressed. Michael Bay was the master of the visual and action in 2D, and now it is for 3D!

Once the characters presented and installed at stake, Michael Bay is the final place. One hour of action that will crescendo with a clear goal, a goal, not a headlong rush. In a building that collapses to a sequence embedded with men flying, the director constantly pushing the limits of spectacular. Every time you say to yourself that it's over, slap the visual will stop, but irrevocably, Bay leads us into a new attraction. By focusing on live action and not special effects, it enhances the realism of the film (even the famous flying men). Warrior surprising realism: the film shows open on the screen of humans being killed, spray, shred. Ending time of the collateral damage invisible: it's war, with its attendant deaths, exodus, destruction, summary executions. And yet we are good in a Transformers movie. The prowess of ILM and Digital Domain are properly hallucinating: the film is a giant advertisement for the two boxes of special effects that can make us believe in everything and anything. Not a plan that stings the eyes, a perfect fit, while the logistics and scale of action sequences is enormous. You can not look you in the mirror during the film, but I'm sure for many minutes, you will be literally stunned by what you see. Only Michael Bay Michael Bay can excel. It is the only one able to achieve what he did. No director can not currently make such a film on his shoulders. A dozen giant robots competing in a devastated American metropolis? It will be years before you can watch a movie more impressive than Transformers 3.

The fate of the Earth is played in Transformers 3. The eye not being all that part of the film had to be at the top. Can not find the film nominated for Oscar for his sound mixing, as it participates fully in the immersion of the viewer. In the fury of the waves and explosions, it becomes difficult to focus on Steve Jablonsky's score, as the eye is captured by the action. Variations on the themes of heroic saga still work as well, and the inclusion of the song Linkin Park sticks to film: the energy of New Divide has given way to the melancholy of Iridescent. I could quibble by pointing out that the theme song is a bit overused and seeing. But I am sure that during my second vision, I do not even ferris attention.

Transformers 3 is the movie to see this year in the cinema. Nay, the film must see in relief, preferably in IMAX 3D. Every penny of the ticket will be returned a hundredfold with a completely new action spectacle that pushes the boundaries of the genre. Autobots, Decepticons, humans: it is a final battle for survival begins. The film lacks the psychological depth of a Palme d'Or, but no matter: the characters exist and that's enough, especially since the secret was well kept certain aspects of history. .. Correcting all errors and burdens of the previous album, Michael Bay delivers the ultimate summer blockbuster. Best film of the trilogy (the discovery aspect and less), best action scenes for years, since better 3D Avatar: I can only confirm all the other reviews. Looks like Optimus Prime: Autobots, roll out! Viewers towards your theater!

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These critics were trashing her from the start.
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It's also what happens when you expect objectivity from critics of all people.
Tyreese was a singer before these movies, that explains his awful acting as well.

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So excited for the 3d in this film and the fact the format hopefully pushed, or forced rather, bay away from his quick cutting, constant panning, and uber tightly framed shots, in favor of wider, longer, more flowing action beats. So excited.

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IGN review. 3.5/5

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Im starting to see some critics say that the films good but not as good like Transformers 1. That film got a 57% on RT and most were just impressed by the visuals. So wtf, all of a sudden critics really like Transformers 1 and think its an overall good movie? Guess when time goes by people start changing their opinions. Most critics bashed Transformers 1 in some way or another.

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