Transformers Dark Of The Moon
July 4, 2011 by Post Team
Transformers Dark Of The Moon, Transformers: Dark Side of the Moon (3-D) 3 stars Shia LeBeouf, Frances McDormand, John Malkovich, Patrick Dempsey Director Michael Bay you like it if you like this: Transformers 1 and 2, Iron Man 1 & 2, Armageddon, Pearl Harbor, Wild Wild West could Dark of the Moon is the best movie Transformers yet? Could it be possible to reverse the dramatic full of Michael Bay-edge metal that was Revenge of the Fallen, with its vision of transforming gold testicles? Could win back the hearts have 20 and 30-something loved toys that Hasbro in 1980 to meet today’s rogues raised on a diet of superhero blockbusters?
I thought that after the spectacular opening sequence, if nothing else, are the best part of the Bay of mega-franchise.
Lights back on the space race by John F. Kennedy promised a man on the moon. Learn – in a twist nice conspiracy theory – which is due to a transformer called Sentinel Prime has landed on the moon, and during the famous 1969 moon landing, the astronauts will carry out a top secret mission, while the side dark moon.
These sequences are Transformers: Dark of the Moon’s sense of history, humanity-into-play and – dare I say – such a lack of seriousness of the first two films. But like the Pink Floyd album of almost the same name, which is where things get a little hazy.
And our place in the war between the Autobots (candy) and Decepticons (bad) takes shape, uber-director Bay (Pearl Harbor, Armageddon), changes in the hyper-computer fast enough to overlook argument giant leaps sized robot and the script more incomprehensible, since, in addition, the latest Transformers movie (Ed Wood would be proud). Something about an “ark” that holds the key to the salvation of the Autobots.
So, before you can blink, being dazzled by one of the best models in one of the worst blockbusters.
Look! Frances McDormand is a government drone that does not like being called “Maam”. Duck! John Malkovich is a control freak and corporate giving Sam Witwicky (Shia LaBeouf), his first job. Hey! It’s Patrick “McDreamy” Dempsey as the head play boy Slinky Sam’s new girlfriend (model Rosie Huntington-Whiteley).
Wow, this new film is actually trying to impress – there’s even the real Buzz Aldrin. Ken Jeong and Alan Tudyk comic add nice touches – and they all offer to act deliberately ham is a cry of welcome. I guess I know who are in a Transformers movie.
Then come the regular stars Josh Duhamel, Tyrese Gibson, John Turturro and LaBeouf, who can be charming when he’s not ranting about the ark Megatron to Cybertron close enough to Earth to enslave the planet.
And that is where Transformers 3 is transformed back into the same kind of big, loud, brash show, giddy nonsense that made the second movie so horrible.
The U.S. military are more involved than ever and, although his answer to everything seems to be “blown up”; there is an impressive scene, where the wing-suit in the training gliders weave through a maze of skyscrapers city?? (For no apparent reason, only looks good).
There is another “wow” moment that Sam flies through the air like Bumblebee transforms – in super slow motion – the car at full speed the robot to new car.
But above all, of the moon is all giant robots at war, and that’s more metal crunching Bay CG-edge you can throw a plastic action figure of the cases.
There is nothing too offensive about it – no gold balls, not Megan Fox – and it looks and sounds impressive 3-D. But at 154 minutes, four minutes longer than the second half and still 30 minutes longer.
Non-stop action that leads to the point that the final action-packed chaos feels like metal. By then, I do not care who lives or dies, or if the human race is enslaved.
However, the austere opening sequences and the honor roll of the actors hamming it up of the moon makes the second best of the trilogy.
That lack of control, wit and charm of the first, but avoid the gag reflex that followed the second film abhorrent.
It’s fun in an empty classroom in shape; with its effervescent energy drink will be as flat.
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