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Transformers: Age of Extinction (2014) Movie Reviews

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09/21/2014 (0 of 1 found this helpful)

Transformed my opinion - its good fun

i cant say i'm a fan of the transformer movies as such think i liked the first one but it was so corny. this movie is far better and much bigger and grand and has that evengers look and style to it. imark wahlberg stars in this one and brings to it a much needed real edge he is very convincing in his part .
i really enjoyed it. its a very long movie you get your moneys worth. much better than other big films like x men etc but maybe thats personal taste. while the talking robots can be corny and silly at times it makes up for that in action and style and great special effects.
as for the story. wahlberg plays a broke hopeless inventer who has a 17yr old daughter who looks acts like 23 and their place is about to be reposssed when he finds one of the autobot robot trucks and makes a fr...

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Chris Kavan
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07/06/2014 (1 of 1 found this helpful)

Loud, Long and Dumb

I knew exactly what I was getting into with Transformers: Age of Extinction - I knew, because I have already subjected myself to the previous three Michael Bay action films. Despite an updated cast, Age of Extinction is exactly what I have come to know: big, loud, CGI overload, terrible dialogue, surface-level character development, more CGI and an ending that leaves the door open for yet another film.

There is an attempt to establish a story - after the events in the previous film, the Transformers - both Autobots and Decepticons - have been hunted down by the government - who is no longer interested in working together. Led by the CIA (Kelsey Grammer in rare villainous role) and a black ops unit called Cemetary Wind (headed by a stone cold Titus Welliver) the group hunts down all tra...

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06/30/2014 (1 of 2 found this helpful)

wow what a movie

ok so I went to see this movie this weekend and I must admit that I was extremely pleasantly surprised didn't have high hopes for it but I was extremely happy that I didn't go with my first instinct and skip it would have missed a wonderful movie if I had really good action humor was fantastic too pretty much everything was great don't get the bad reviews really 'word of advice though don't take any one under 12' the movie is PG-13 For A REASON ' but other than that I recommend that you see it highly entertaining and fun for teens and adults alike best transformers sequel yet didn't see 3rd due to my hatred of the 2nd one but wow mark wallberg really did it he and the rest of the new actors involved really make it worth seeing atleast once really good and fun summer action flick

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06/28/2014 (2 of 3 found this helpful)

Just as Bad as You'd Expect

For the record: I have a lot of respect for Mr. Bay. He’s an auteur in blockbuster Hollywood, a rarity in a time when most blockbusters only show style as a form of studio mandate. How different would Captain America have been if it had been directed by Alan Taylor instead of the Russo’s? It probably would’ve been basically the same movie; but the Transformers movies are so much Bays children that it’s kind of difficult to imagine another director stepping in when the 5th installment comes out.

That said, Transformers: Age of Extinction is basically terrible in all the same ways that the third installment was. It’s soulless, lengthy and vapid. The movie almost exclusively uses special effects and action to keep it’s momentum up, and is only really able to do so successfully for t...

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