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Transformers 3 Movie review

Post  rydee on Fri Jul 01, 2011 12:45 pm

In the third "Transformers" we learn via Ehren Kruger's screenplay that the NASA space program was a massive cover-up, allowing the crew of Apollo 11, among others, to explore the alien metal ruins on the moon's hidden dark side. We learn also that Shia LaBeouf's screaming intensity knows no human limits. He acts like a twisted, hyper-caffeinated rageaholic even when he's not confronting the enemy robots on Wacker Drive and environs. He acts this way simply when he's nervous about his new girlfriend, played by Victoria's Secret undies model Rosie Huntington-Whiteley, spending time with her boss (Patrick Dempsey), whose office is played by the lovely and talented Santiago Calatrava-designed Milwaukee Art Museum.

The Autobot robots from space, our pals, beat up on the Decepticons pretty hard in the Chicago climax. Rockets and other weapons disfigure various downtown buildings, including the Hotel 71; the tippy-top of the Tribune Tower; and, among others, Marina City, which really will have serious water-tightness issues after so much computer-generated damage. The Wrigley Building gets off with just a scratch, thank God. Trump Tower, conspicuously a part of the plot, fares suspiciously well, considering the phrase "Trump Tower," when spoken aloud on-screen, sounds ripe for imminent ruination.

For Chicagoans, "Transformers: Dark of the Moon" holds a built-in interest level. It won't be the same for moviegoers in New York or LA, where they're used to seeing their respective metropoli roughed up by interstellar tourists with terrible attitudes. Director Michael Bay, master of the known universe when it comes to soul-crushing blockbusters with insidious worldwide appeal, manages a couple of pleasing, borderline-coherent bits. Notably, there's a scene -- full of queasy visual allusions to the World Trade Center towers and those who didn't make it -- where the nominal humans played by LaBeouf (whose character's personal Autobot bodyguard, Bumblebee, should be agitating for better material by now) and company slide down the glass exterior of a toppling office building. Down, down, down they go, like Leonardo and Kate at the end of "Titanic." The scene keeps going and going, and if Bay had any sense of honest thrill-making, it'd be honestly thrilling. He doesn't. He's merely relentless, working on your nerves in a purely clinical way, without the levitating touch of the dung poet you find, for example, in a Roland Emmerich film such as "2012."

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Post  MoviezAdda on Tue Jul 12, 2011 11:05 am

Transformers 3 was a well thought out Transformers story from both the human and robot sides of the movie. It felt like the franchise had matured to this point in time. Points in the movie were pulled from the history of the franchise and expounded upon. There was back-story to help present this movie and other details that didnít seem to contradict anything from the previous two movies.I think Kids will love it..I think fans of the franchise will really enjoy it.
its simply a nice movie at last..

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Post  bensmith0540 on Fri Jul 15, 2011 10:45 am

I have watched this movie. This is a great movie. This part is better than the previous 2 parts.







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Re: Transformers 3 Movie review

Post  Simran on Wed Jul 11, 2012 11:49 am

Looks like it going to be a long 2 and a bit hours. Judging by the trailer, the fight scenes will again be hard to follow and Huntington-whitely will be deadweight, she looks like a discarded blow-up doll, how did she flash...sorry pass the audtion, I'll never know.

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