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Transformers: Age of Extinction
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Directed By
Michael Bay

Written By:
Ehren Kruger

Nicola Peltz, Mark Wahlberg, Ken Watanabe, T.J. Miller, Stanley Tucci, Thomas Lennon, John Goodman, Kelsey Grammer, Sophia Myles, Titus Welliver, Jack Reynor, Abigail Klein, Peter Cullen, John DiMaggio, Bingbing Li, Frank Welker, Reno Wilson, Mark Ryan, Victoria Summer, Cleo King, Robert Foxworth, Michael Wong, Chanel Celaya, Geng Han, Kristin Miller White, Dan Latham, Ray Lui, Anna Li, Ray L. Perez, Ron Shedd, Lee Vang

Transformers: Age of Extinction (2014)
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Movie Review by Martin
July 25th, 2014

Yes, here we have it, another dud from director Michael Bay and his army of transforming robots. Only this time it seems, not even the "fans" are happy with the Auto-bots/Decepticons over the top antics. Me myself, I really only even seen this because everyone was saying how bad it was, and I curiously wanted to join in with slating it.

In the past, I've probably been more generous than most with these "transformers" movies. Although i've never completely liked them, I took them for what they were. Big dumb, Michael Bay action movies. But did we really need a number 4 anyway? Its not like there's an on-going story to follow. Just Bay and his team wanting to suck more money out of teenagers who think these movies are great. Though they really are pushing their luck this time.

Yes, the special effects are still amazing, and the dinobots at least bring something new to the table (Mark Wahlberg and his hot daughter from "Bates Motel" on the other hand, do not) but all of the flicks other mistakes, are mistakes that shouldn't be here after the previous movies. There's no story, its too long, has to much random stuff going on in places, and is so over the top in others, that its way funnier when its trying to be serious, than it is when its trying to be funny with its take-them-or-leave-them jokes. No More please. Thought the end suggests we're not done with this rubbish yet.

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