Shia LaBeouf on 'Transformers: Dark of the Moon' and his beautiful co-star Rosie Huntington-Whitely. "It’s the best movie we’ve made so far out of the three," says LaBeouf.
Movie looks good just hope it turns out to be.
I've liked them all so far (despite what critics say), so I'm imagining this one will be no different for me. Makes it even better that he's saying this is the best one they've made so far.
I kind of want to take "the best one so far" with a pinch of salt. He's obviously not going to bad mouth the movie before it's hit screens - and if it can top the first one, well - that's BIG! The trailer makes it look like they've taken the right angle... a slow immersion into the world of Transformers. Plonking us right in the middle of the action was a bad idea - no time to believe IMHO.
Well, he did recently criticize Revenge of the Fallen. So, at least he's not afraid to be honest about his movies. And while I still wouldn't expect him to criticize this one leading into its release, his honesty does give the impression that he also wouldn't come out and say "best one so far" if he didn't mean it, but rather he'd just bite his tongue.
I'm just hoping for the best. I know I'm seeing it regardless and I'm sure I'll like it but I'll decide after I see it if it's better than the first 2 after I've seen it. I am excited to see it though but it looks like they're going to be in bigger trouble than usual and it going to be interesting to see how they get themselves out of this one.
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