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Transformers, is from the director of Michael Bay and is the first installment of the franchise. Obvious thing is this is the best film out of the whole series and still remains to be. This film does have some amazing and cool visual effects and awesome CGI robot action which is enthralling! However, it contains very unbelievable characters with bad dialogue and failing humor. It may focus TOO much at the human elements, but awesome CGI robots and actions are very exhilarating and astonishing.
Great special effects, cool action scenes, but that's about it! Why did they have to make the human characters so obnoxious and annoying!? That takes away half of the fun! It's sad, because this was the beginning of the end for this franchise, and it only dug deeper!
Best transformers film in my opinion but I think that the last knight will be better I hope it will and I think that megatron will beat up optimus like he did in this one because he is in his normal form and he is the main villain
People complaining about too much explosions but I liked the explosions it was one of the best parts of the film and megatron when he dominated optimus prime I hope we see that again in the last knight
It's Michael Bay. That just says it all. I'm sure the action will be great as any other CGI action film. But that's the problem - Bay can't do storytelling and that results in 'just another silly action film'. How the hell does a huge killer robot like Megatron get killed by a teenage punk!?