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Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen (with Limited Edition Steelbook Packaging)
Transformers Revenge of the Fallen
with Limited Edition Steelbook Packaging
Actors: Shia LaBeouf, Megan Fox, Josh Duhamel, Tyrese Gibson, John Turturro
Director: Michael Bay
Genres: Kids & Family
PG-13     2hr 29min


     

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Movie Reviews

A big, stupid hollywood movie full of overgrown toasters
An IT Pro | Georgia | 11/05/2010
(1 out of 5 stars)

"What killed this movie were its characters and lack of development. Everyone and their situations felt like shallow cliches.

- The whole college/girlfriend thing with Sam Witwicky felt like a sitcom. A soulless, generic copy of "boy going to college w/girlfriend back home scenes you've seen a thousand times.

- The transformers look just...like big, stainless steel refrigerators run amuck. Most of the time I didn't know what the hell's going on with 'em. The director kept using this circular, revolving camera every time they were on screen, adding to the confusion. Because of this, you really have no attachment to them at all. They're too big, too confusing, and too ridiculous looking. I just wish someone would've unplugged 'em and called it a day.

- The black stereotyped transformers were just garbage. It was embarrassing to hear them talk. It's as if the writers were saying "yeah, let's add some jive-talkin', hip-hop bots and we'll make a funny. yeah.." No, it wasn't funny. They were stupid, pointless, and embarrassing.

This movie was terrible. I couldn't watch the whole thing. I jumped ship when Sam and his college buddy were in the old junkyard with the hip-hop bots.

The Transformers blew a gasket this time - it's time for a new director."
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Garry M. Brownfield | Masontown, PA, US | 10/22/2010
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