sized robots can disguise themselves as cars and helicopters and
articulated trucks and they are on earth waiting for a cube to come.
(And there's no point in you running for the hills because they
can run faster than you.)
on the Hasbro plastic models of the same name and their cartoon
series which promoted them in the 1980s.
our panel of critics thought
of the best computer graphics in a movie to date. Shame the dialogue
was written by a spotty, horny teenager."
movie delivers some of the best CGI effects to date. Absolutely
brilliant effects in fact. The action sequences are pretty much
excellent, however the dialogue, especially early on in the movie,
is quite appalling. If you like the look of this movie then you
won't be disappointed. See also Armageddon."
this movie sponsored by Ebay? Nokia? Dodge trucks?"
movie is a disgrace! I had a Transformers plastic robot/car once
and the robot that came out of the car always bared some relationship
with the size of the car before it changed. In this movie the robots
are the size of buildings. It makes no sense at all."
is an absolutely terrifyingly great movie in here somewhere. Unfortunately
this is not it, but maybe one day. Transformers 2 is on the way.
Nah, not there either."
Ebay ever have an Optimus Prime, Megatron, Autobots sale, I'd like
a yellow one please."
actors from 24 in this movie than in 24 itself. Tick tick tick."
Ho Ho. 'Bumblebee stop lubricating the man' - one of the all time
great movie quotes in history?"
parents deserve a spin off series of their own."
tell me the ending
glasses Sam Witwicky (Shia LaBeouf) kept from his great great grandfather
were encoded with some information. It was no coincidence that Sam
found the robot first car... The world is saved just in time for
the end credits to roll.
couple of beers in you and this movie is quite satisfying. Forget
the dialogue, and some of the early non action sequences, and this
movie is fine. A++ for the CGI effects and action sequences, C-
for the rest of the movie.