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Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen
<p>Megan Fox running with all her glory? Definitely a must-see!</p>
| Jun 25, 2009
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The initial scenes reveal what Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen is going to throw at you for the next couple hours: giant robots, explosions, and then more explosions. Oh wait, Megan Fox soon shows up, as well. And the crowd goes wild.

After getting all riled up with all of those however, the movie’s rusted dilapidated innards show. What are we talking about? For starters, the movie’s plot is incoherent, a tell-tale sign of a bad movie. It is driven forward in such a preposterous way that it never really gains any traction. It was as though Direk Michael Bay was driving a truck, drunk, and when he gives up trying to find the right turn, he just wings it and takes a shortcut through a field of grass and thorn bush, leaving many of us in a suspended state of WTF.

You never get a feel for the characters. In fact, in many scenes, they feel like  a bunch of desperate clowns in a gag show that has jumped the shark. All the shebang—those big, bad robots, over-the-top explosions and Megan Fox—are simply over-compensation. And while they are huge come-ons for a movie that you’ll see anyway, those hat tricks are not enough to save itself from its tiresome act. - Gelo Gonzales

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