Mania: With Transformers: Dark of the Moon, Director Michael Bay gives us two films for the price of one. One film involves giant, sentient robots kicking the crap out of each other with the fate of the world in the balance. The other is some sort of teen drama involving Sam Witwicky’s (LaBeouf) pathetic attempts to find a job (despite saving the world twice of which he constantly reminds us), and his constant whining despite having yet another girlfriend (Rosie Huntington-Whiteley) who is way out of his league. At this point, is there really a need for the Sam Witwicky character? In the cartoon series, Sam was the young human who was there for kids to relate to. I got news for ya…even kids in the 1980s hated Sam Witwicky.