Transformers: Age Of Extinction

Overall Rating: 7 out of 10 Based on 1 Review

A mechanic and his daughter make a discovery that brings down Autobots and Decepticons - and a paranoid government official - on them.

Starring: Jack Reynor, Kelsey Grammer, Mark Wahlberg, Nicola Peltz, Peter Cullen and Stanley Tucci

Rating: M (2014)

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  • Review MVP rated this 7 out of 10

    Written on 25 June 2014 Member since 9 May 2011
    rating-7
    Pros:

    A fresh start for the franchise.

    Action sequences and visual effects of the alien robot battles.

    Cons:

    A few unbelievable situations.

    So many storylines crammed into the movie.

    Product placement throughout the movie.

    Overall:

    Set five years after the battle in Chicago, both the Autobots and Decepticons are being hunted by a Government agency to find and destroy all alien robots. When Cade Yeager (Mark Wahlberg) brings home an old truck to use for parts he discovers that it was a disguise for an injured Optimus Prime and helps him find the Autobots that are left to stop the destruction of the robots.

    Joshua Joyce (Stanley Tucci) is the owner of KSI in a Steve Jobs and Apple type corporation who use the alien technology to make their own controllable robots with their greatest discovery coming from the mind of Megatron. So as the Government agency gets closer, they also have to deal with the man-made robots from KSI, along comes a bounty hunter claiming to be sent by the ‘creator’ who made them and wants them back. Sounds like a recipe for a lot of action you think?

    The action and visual effects throughout transforms Michael Bay’s vision on the big screen to an all- out battle royale. Gone is Shia LaBeouf, replaced by Mark Wahlberg along with an all new set of characters. The military characters in the previous movies seemed to make it more believable that they can fight alongside the robots whereas a bumbling father with an alien gun pushes the believability to the edge. Some of the moments that tried to be funny seemed a bit forced along with the blatant product placement taking away from the seriousness of the moment in the movie. There are a few more moments that push the boundaries of imagination as well as the movie length, but the battles provide some great action sequences and visuals keep you interested. It will still be a blockbuster, but surprisingly just not on the same level as the previous movies.

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