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Transformers: Dark of the Moon Review—Michael Bay Ends the Trilogy With (Multiple) Bangs - TMP

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I look upon the Transformers franchise in a state of utter disinterest. Sure, they make billions of dollars at the box office, but I never found them to be at all fulfilling. The first one was mostly forgettable, with the last 20 minutes being the only good part in a sea of mediocrity. The second one was god awful, and I honestly have no idea where to begin with how bad it was. Between bad writing, bad acting, racists robots, boring action, humping robots, a nonsensical plot, and robot heaven, there's a lot of bad to go around for that film. After Revenge of the Fallen, I thought I was done with the franchise. But then I saw the first Super Bowl spot for Dark of the Moon, and Bay had me by the balls once again. Even I couldn't deny that the action looked pretty incredible. It was the quality of everything else that I was worried about. But did Transformers: Dark of the Moon fulfill my quixotic dream of a good Transformers movie, or is it just as bad as Revenge of the Fallen? Find out after the jump.

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alycakes4622d ago

Rosie may be pretty but here is my complaint...she didn't contribute anything to the movie but her looks. And no she is not hotter than Megan Fox. Plus Megan could kick ass! What did she do? She screamed and yelled and was running around in 5inch heals crying 'save me, save me'.

I don't know about most men...but I think they would have appreciated a little more help and a little less cry baby.

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5 Best Feminist Sci-Fi Movies to Watch This International Women's Day 2024 | Leisurebyte

Take some time this Women's Day to watch the best feminist sci-fi movies that empower and represent women.

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Dune: Part Two Review – Fortress of Solitude

Denis Villeneuve completes cinema.

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Land of Bad Director William Eubank Talks About Preparing for War

Land of Bad director/writer William Eubank talks about bringing the Hemsworth brothers together for his action-packed passion project.