6 Responses to “Review: Transformers: Dark of the Moon (2011)”

  1. Phips says:


    if you seriously expected this film (and michael bay) to have all these things that you just ripped it for not having then you shouldnt have even bothered to see it or write about it.

    its no secret that the writing for this movie wasnt gonna be great…that it was going to be a visual monstrosity with explosions everyone. everyone knew that.

    stop ripping the film for fully achieving exactly what it could only ever achieve.

    no one goes to see transformers to be wowed by the “eye candy’s” acting or the (limitied) dialogue.
    they want to see robots kicking ass and blowing stuff up.
    and that’s what it delivers.

  2. Dan O. says:

    For me, I enjoyed myself so much because the story may start off slow, but as time goes on, the action is amazing and just happens non-stop to the point of where I left, I was just totally worn-out thanks to Michael Bay. Good Review! Check out mine when you can!
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  3. Fogs says:

    Holy crap that was a good review. LOL. Been checking out a lot of movie blogs and when I came across “a golden-age alien invasion flick as directed by Toy Story’s Sid,” I laughed and knew I had found a good one here.

    It only sucks that the people who read and really listen to reviews already know it will stink so its like preaching to the choir, and the people who will go see it anyways ignore review so its like trying to lead a horse to water. Its now win.

    Unless you’re trying to get a laugh or two. Which you definitely did.

    Bookmarking this one I’ll be back when I have more time to snoop around!

  4. Rodney says:

    Yes, I agree with films was awesome. Such a great action adventure, regardless of all the innuendo, juvenile humor and bits with Ken Jeong. I did think it ended too quickly though – after Optimus’s final battle, the credits come up a little too quickly….

  5. I’ve managed, in my time on earth, not to see a SINGLE Transformers movie. I’ve never been an 8-year-old boy, so I don’t get the appeal, and I doubt I’m in the target demographic anyway. Plus, Michael Bay seems like a complete tool.

    However, I’ve made a conscious decision to forgive Frances McDormand for taking a part in this third movie. A woman’s gotta eat, after all.
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  6. I’m not the only one who wouldn’t mind thinking from time to time at a movie. Best review EVER. Wash, rinse, repeat (until movies improve).