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  • The Decepticons however are not easily thwarted, and plan to take over Earth, beginning with the resurrection of Megatron, leader of the Decepticons, who paves the way for the return of his master

    • by EJ
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      Michael Bay manages to top himself in this follow up to the 2007 box office hit ‘Transformers’ based on the popular toy line and cartoons of the 1980’s. This film takes place a short while after the first with the Autobots forming an alliance with the American Military to form NEST, a covert operation tasked with the destruction of all Decepticons taking refuge on Earth. The Decepticons however are not easily thwarted, and plan to take over Earth, beginning with the resurrection of Megatron, leader of the

      Decepticons, who paves the way for the return of his master: a centuries old transformer known as The Fallen. The Autobots, led by Optimus Prime, together with their human allies must fight to defend the planet they now call home against the greatest threat either of them has ever known.

      The sequel is basically what everyone expected: louder, longer and jam packed with more action than your senses can stand. I caught this movie in IMAX and to be honest it is a little overwhelming at ...


      • times. While visually stunning, scene after scene of huge explosions and giant robots pounding each other with metal fists the size of a car can get pretty taxing on the ears and eyes. The film also runs a little long and could have done with some trimming and tighter editing. The direction and production values are top-notch and the visual effects are fantastic. The robots are brought to life in the most convincing display of computer imagery I have ever seen. You can totally buy the fact
        that what you are looking at is real and that is a credit to the visual effects team.

        I won’t mention the acting or storyline because honestly, is that what we really watch movies like this for? I think not. Hammy dialogue, a convoluted plot, campy acting and two dimensional characters are the order of the day but that doesn’t stop this film from being one hell of a joy ride from start to finish. It’s pure popcorn entertainment at its best. Just check your brain at the door.




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