The Transformers Movie Information

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Overall Rank: 1303

Average Rating: 2.8/4

# of Ratings: 830

Theatrical Release Date: 07/02/2007

Language: English

Genre: Action, Sci-Fi

MPAA Rating: PG-13

Director: Michael Bay

Actors: Jon Voight, Shia LaBeouf, Josh Duhamel, Megan Fox, Rachael Taylor, John Turturro

Plot: Two Robotic races, the Autobots and the evil Decepticons, crash onto earth. As the Decepticons search for the Allspark so they can take over the world and kill all the humans, the Autobots are working with a boy to save the human race and return peace to the world.

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Ty Adkins - wrote on 06/21/2015

The action is excellent everything is excellent especially the robots voices and the special effects. Michael Bay was excellent and all the movies that followed were excellent. This movie is a excellent start to a harshly reviewed franchise and a box office smashing franchise that has made about $3.765 billion worldwide at box office so fans are finding the movies excellent

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Matthew Brady - wrote on 07/02/2014

The action in this movie was awesome and the visual effect are awesome too. but in some scenes you can't see whats going on it's happening too fast when the robots start fighting.

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mitchellyoung - wrote on 08/15/2012

What starts out as a charming and fun adaptation of the TV series becomes a murky and chaotic stringing of bigger and bigger action sequences. The human characters that director Bay originally does a great job of establishing are quickly lost in the CGI-heavy action moments. The result is a technically impressive effort, but one missing a heart.

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"Transformers" by Yojimbo

Yojimbo - wrote on 04/10/2012

Transformers is a summer special effects extravaganza starring Shia LaBeouf as the descendant of an Arctic explorer who gets caught up in a war between rival factions of a robotic alien race. Michael Bay, the scourge of modern cinema, once again foregoes anything so unnecessary as a plot, interesting characters or meaningful dialogue instead preferring to fill the screen with as much CGI and explosions as possible, using the pretty young cast as window dressing in case the adolescent audience feel like a self congratulatory wank after the dust has settled. Admittedly, the special effects are magnificent, the robots superbly designed and animated and as they rocket around the screen, guns blazing and constantly morphing as they go, it makes for a breathtaking spectacle. Unfortunately, as …


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Transformers are cool again

Nerva - wrote on 03/27/2010

Fantastic. This seemed like a horrible idea, taking a cheesy anime geared at children from the 80's and turning it into a live action blockbuster for adults 20 years later. But it was genius. All those kids who had grown up with it and were now adults not only got to relive a bit of their childhood through it but also experiance something new in the franchise they used to love. I believe this movie has started a trend (unfortunately it will probably be a bad one) of animated 80's tv shows being turned into high budget movies. But the reason for this is because this one was go good. Shia LeBouf was excellent in his role and the fact that they brought back the voice of megatron (at least in the american version) was excellent. This movie single handedly made transformers cool again, a feat …

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simply amazing

Owtkast - wrote on 09/30/2008

Michael Bay's Transformers is an adventure that has all of the components of a great summer action movie. Shia LaBeouf is perfect as Sam Witwicky, a character who is likeable, funny, and somewhat dorky. Sam's character is quintessential because he does not require any of the cool factors, which all garner towards the Transformers themselves. The transformers are like hundred foot tall action figures, which for both the audience and director Michael Bay are entertaining to look at, but even more entertaining to destroy; however, just as entertaining as the destruction are the supporting actors. Although the situation in the film is apocalyptic, it still loosens up by having every single character serve as comic relief whether it is John Turturro, Kevin Dunn, Anthony Anderson, or the late …

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