Finn you are so adorable.
What three phrases describe the third installation to this multimillion dollar trilogy? Confusing Entanglements of Metal, Hopeless Humans, and Boring Action Scenes.
I was a huge fan of the first Transformers, but this third movie was so bad I had to write about it. I don’t fault the actors. I fault the special effects. First of all, if you are going to have close to twenty different chunks of metal, some good and some bad, put some color on them that can help us identify them. When there were battles I never knew who was winning because it just looked like everyone was killing and being killed.
Also, why, when the Autobots were waiting for the Decepticons to make their move between the second and third movies, did they not equip the humans with the means to defeat the Decepticons? Seriously? They send away all of the Autobots and expect to be able to put up some sort of fight against the giant robots? Get a clue! If you wanted to use cool special effects and enhance the 3-D version of the movie they should have come up with some cool weapons so the humans would have a chance.
Overall I learned a few things from the movie. Don’t give up on your team, Shia always ends up with the girl with supermodel good lucks, and I want to jump out of a plane looking like a flying squirrel before I die.
I have just spent the last ten minutes watching a Korean pop group named Girls’ Generation. I’m addicted!