Now the cube has come to rest on Earth, hidden away by the US government for years, and the final stand of the Autobots, led by Optimus Prime voice of Peter Cullen against the Decepticons, led by Megatron voice of Hugo Weaving will take place on our planet. One of the primary criticisms from Transformers fans of the Bay films is that the titular robots are essentially background characters, serving as shiny set pieces for the relatively mundane shenanigans of the human protagonists. I thought that movie was fun, its like 3 hours long and theres so much action. So he shows up in the last five minutes and is killed, almost as an afterthought, by a sixteen year old. One side, the heroic Autobots, battles to save their homeworld from the evil Decepticons. Being the overprotective mother she was, Judy was having a hard time letting Sam go, especially after she found his baby booties. The amount of swearing and sexual innuendo was shocking.
The story was about a teenager name Sam Shia LaBeouf who purchases a car that happens to be a robot in disguise from another world. Copious use of military stock footage? Every single scene felt completely out of place due to the previous and following one. I saw it in theatres back in , I went with an open mind, and I enjoyed it. And why were half their scenes just petty jokes I refer to the far-too-long scene in which the transformers act like complete idiots as Witwicky searches for his Grandfather's glasses.
I salute you Erik Aadahl and friends of the sound department. I would not recommend the movie to young children; fine for teenagers depending on age and maturity. John Rogers wrote the first draft, which pitted four Autobots against four Decepticons,  and featured the Ark spaceship. Steven Spielberg , a fan of the comics and toys,  signed on as executive producer in
Brian Spence 5 July The Action is great. Positive —I went to see this movie expecting not to like it at all, I was wrong. Seriously, if you are going to see it at all, that is where you need to see it. Air Force combat controllers, hormonal high school students, chubby computer hackers, shadowy government agents, public officials, and many other pointless characters stagger across the screen bumping into each other, stealing each other's lines and cluttering up the screen. Beginnings is a condensed, flash-animated retelling of the IDW Movie Prequel that is detailed above this section. A fresh take on sports: