Shakefire writes, "We’ve gotten two Transformers films from director Michael Bay thus far so it should come as no surprise that Transformers: Dark of the Moon is much of the same action, explosions, cheesy dialogue, and more explosions. Is the third time the charm for Bay or has he swung his final strike?
Things have calmed down since the last battle between Autobots and Decepticons, so much so that Sam Witwicky (Shia LaBeouf) is having difficulty finding a job, despite the fact that he saved the world twice already. While Sam attempts to live a normal life, the Autobots still on Earth assist the humans in Black Ops missions around the world. Eventually, this leads them to discovering a secret past relating to the Space Race and the dark side of the moon. It’s a secret that will reignite the war between Autobots and Decpticons."
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Shaz from FL: “Witcher author Andrzej Sapkowski made comments in a recent interview about Netflix’ series that highlights the issues with Hollywood adaptations.”