Transformers: Dark Of The Moon [2011]

Just because you’re a fan of those dumb robots, doesn’t mean that “Transformers 3” is any good. I admit: the first movie caught me off guard, with its solid premise and clever use of  CGI. But then came the dreadful part two, which still holds the record for being the worst sequel since “Jason X” (that’s “Friday the 13th Part 11” in case you’re a horror virgin). Even Michael Bay himself admitted that it sucked, but the bastard lied, because here we are again, two years later and nothing has changed. “Dark Of The Moon” is even louder, sillier and  longer than its predecessor. It’s a big budget movie with a brain the size of a nut. In a recent interview, Bay promised his fans that the third installment in the series was a return to form. The bastard lied again, because now that I’ve witnessed this “insult” to the senses, I’m not sure I agree. Back to the first film, which started out as fun, Shia LaBeouf played a high school student who finds out that his car is actually an Autobot sent to earth to kick some Decepticons butt. In the new film, it’s all deadly serious, an apocalyptic tale involving big bad robots Vs. human conspirators Vs. something. There are some few light moments, but they’re irrelevant. The only good thing I can say about this crap is that it deepened my appreciation for James Cameron and his use of 3D.

 See Bay is laughing at us as we speak, all the way to the bank. The bastard doesn’t care whether he makes one decent movie, as long as his pockets are full. Well here’s what you get to see for your overpriced ticket. He even gives his hero a new girl. Megan Fox was fired for comparing Bay to Hitler (that’s the smartest thing she’ll ever say). The couple couldn’t be duller. British model Rosie Huntington Whiteley can’t act, while LaBeouf only gets excited in the presence of Bumblebee…his car. Get ready to puke, big time.

 I know the year is still young, but “Dark Of The Moon” is so bad, it hurts. It lacks imagination, freshness, and a reason to exist. Ultimately, it is almost as bad as every other Michael Bay film. If this is what qualifies as entertainment these days, then I want no part of it.


  1. #1 by a.m. on June 29, 2011 - 10:29 pm

    I only watched one transformer movie by mistake 3al dish and I knew it would never get any better. Its an action movie for kids of the new generation “with a brain the size of a nut.”

    • #2 by letstalkabtmovies on June 30, 2011 - 10:29 am

      haha yes it is! But from all the movies ive seen, this one’s the worst. I forgot to mention that it runs for 2 hours and a half :p the horror!

  2. #3 by pat on July 2, 2011 - 10:29 am

    Really a total fiasco?? :O So i skip it:p??

  3. #4 by Da32oor on July 3, 2011 - 10:29 am

    yes the movie sucks and it tries to give u that sense of build up in the story with it’s 2 and half hours but it fails! i admit the intro was gr8 and it left me wanting to know more but as the movie goes on it kinda lose it. ow and i mean, that dumb hot blond girl talking to megatron tryin to convince him that Sentinel is going to take sillier can it get? and why optimus prime must always end the movie with the same sentence in all of the trilogy? and patrick dempsey?? pleassseeee. all i can say is that the movie with its CGI is fun to watch nothing more than that. i still beleive that the first one was the best.

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