Transformers 4: Age of Extinction review - Kind of.

I’m not going to give out any details on this movie, but I will say this: I fell asleep 1 hour and 10 minutes into the movie with almost a hour and 40+ minutes left. The big thing to remember, if you’re going to go see it, make sure you set aside a good 4 hours of your day to see it.

Looking up the box office reports, it looks like the movie has brought home almost 100 million.. not bad, not bad at all, but…

Here’s why Transformers 4: Age of Extinction is the best Transformers movie yet, but still only good enough to rent on DVD.(That’s right, don’t waste the extra $1.40 on Blu-Ray rentals.)

Megan Fox is not in it. this is the number one reason to see this, yeah there are a lot of people who love her, but let’s just be honest she’s a lousy actress. Can’t wait to see her ruin the turtles.

Nicola Peltz IS in it. For those who don’t know, this is the gorgeous blonde from Bates Motel, Bradley Martin. She isn’t in much but she’s a great actress.

Mark Wahlberg. OMGosh, an actor in a Transformers movie that isn’t full of himself and getting arrested at opera houses? Enough said.

The movie itself, wow. Totally boring and seriously sounds like a 8 year old wrote the script. The bad guy, Kelsey Grammer, is not really that convincable as a bad guy. I mean come on, it’s Kelsey Grammer, he’s not a bad guy. Honestly though, the worst part seemed to be Drift. The samurai autobot voiced by Ken Wantanabe. If I were asian, I would be completely offended by this character, even more so that the others in movies before this. It seems Bay is a big fan of crossing the line between funny stereotypes and offensive stereotypes.

I can’t really go into much detail, considering I missed most of the movie with falling asleep, getting up to use the bathroom because it was boring and playing with my phone. I don’t normally play with the phone.. but I think tihs time it was ok.

You’ll have to forgive me the crapview on this one, but honestly don’t waste your time and money on this poor excuse for a sequel, they’re getting old and Bay has pretty much ruined the Transformers.

One Response to “Transformers 4: Age of Extinction review - Kind of.”

  1. Neil says:

    This movie changed my life. Although, I’ve never seen it, and never will after reading this review.

    I do like killer robots that turn into cars and snakes and stuff, though.

    If I were a robot, I’d have no soul, so I figure I’d be pretty evil.

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