I grew up watching the Transformers shows and cartoons and enjoyed them.\nI gave the movie a shot and watched it and honestly, I liked it.\nThough I noticed that they advertise this movie towards a younger crowd, a lot of the movie seemed to be for teenagers\/adults. So if you have a young kid, you may want to view it first before letting them watch it.\nI enjoyed the action. I thought they did an acceptable job with the graphics. Some parts of the movie are corny... but I guess that was expected.
Revenge of the Fallen ... plays more like Pearl Harbor 2, from the heavy-handed seriousness to the clumsy racial stereotypes (a couple of 'ethnic' robots seem to have walked straight out of the Kirk Lazarus School of Racial Sensitivity).
This is a horrible movie that doesnt deserve the hype it has. Its basically just a copy of the first one, in how the story progresses and even some of the action sequences... All it is a way to drawn out action flick that barely has any story. I do not recommend it
In trying to create a modern horror take on Mean Girls (2004), in which the protagonists redefine their rivalries through physical instead of verbal viciousness, she has merely delivered an updated, dumbed-down rehash of Carrie (1976).
to me, this movie was yet another attempt to leech off the classic movie Heathers, but this time with a horror twist instead of a teenie bop twist (see mean girls). not that there was much potential here to begin with as far as horror goes, but they went above and beyond to NOT show blood\/gore. they would use cut scenes or just show shadows depicted what was happening. thats just not for me, but hey, i made the mistake yet again of watching a hollywood horror flick. my bad. (i'm just glad it was my roommate who bought it and not me)