Critic Review - TIME Magazine

For good or ill, Bay is the soul of a new machine, the poet of post-human cinema, the CEO of Hollywood's military-entertainment complex.

June 30, 2011 Full Review Source: TIME Magazine | Comments (35)
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John H.

John Hopkins

Nope, this guy hasn't been bought off at all...

Aug 7 - 09:48 PM

John H.

John Hopkins

I'll eat my shoe if this guy hasn't been bribed...

Aug 7 - 09:49 PM

Jazzy Tuteja

Jazzy Tuteja

Guys, shut up. This wasnt as good as the other two, but it was still pretty good. So take ur bs somewhere else. Oh and japanese cartoons werent copied. This critic was not briber so get the hell out.

Oct 2 - 06:25 AM

Tommy H.

Tommy Hatcher

You give Transformers 3 a fresh rating but you, and only you, gave Terminator 2 a rotten rating. What's up with that?

Sep 8 - 03:10 AM

antonego

Sukesh Patro

Can you see Bay's spunk drain down Corliss' chin?

Dec 21 - 08:14 PM

Jedi.Critic.Master

Jedi Critic-Master

Good to see you lightening up and not being a mean troll.

Jan 14 - 01:32 PM

Jedi.Critic.Master

Jedi Critic-Master

So you liked this one but not the first? Well that's better than a lot of your other reviews.

Jan 22 - 02:04 PM

Jack Heslop

Jack Heslop

I never thought I'd see the words "soul" and "poet" in a sentence about Michael Bay.

Jun 14 - 07:45 PM

Mark Longden

Mark Longden

A review like this shows the flaws in Rotten Tomatoes system - he very clearly doesn't comment at all on the quality of the film, but RT gives it a "fresh". Also, it's a crappy review because he makes out like there's "real people" and "reviewers" and the latter can't possibly have anything to say to the former. Why bother reviewing it, then? Why bother reviewing anything?

Oct 27 - 02:24 AM

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