Movie Review:Transformers: Dark of the Moon

From Wikipedia: Transformers: Dark of the Moon (also known as Transformers 3) is a 2011 American science iction/comedy/action film, part of the Transformers film series, directed by Michael Bay and produced by Steven Spielberg. It is the sequel to Transformers and Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen and was released on June 29, 2011.

In 1961, a Cybertronian spacecraft crash lands on the far side of the moon. Known as the Ark, it was the last ship to escape a Cybertron devastated by war. Piloted by Sentinel Prime, it carried “the Pillars”, technology that could save the Cybertronians once and for all. On Earth, the crash of the Ark is detected by NASA, and President John F. Kennedy authorizes the mission to put a man on the moon as a cover. In 1969, Apollo 11 lands on the surface of the Moon to investigate the Ark.

My Take: Spielberg and Bay shouldn’t have tinkered out the character of Megan Fox- it devalued the storyline -and turned Sam Witwicky one jealous and frustrated man-when in fact with Megan Fox-he is already assured of her love-and the Autobots were witnesses to that. She is essential to the story.

The historical convolution regarding the manned Apollo flight sot the moon was exciting at first until it was gutted down by Witwicky’s new love interest. It seems love is truly fickle -and even licentious. There is intimacy in the first installment -but not as non-GP rated gyrations made by the new model/actress did. James Bond’s girls are more essential than her.

The alien race story is getting stale now-and we are now happy that they won’t be making another Transformer movie. This is not unlike the third Spiderman or Superman (Christopher Reeves) -it eventually run out if steam.

Better to view the 1st and 2nd Transformer movie in 3D!

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