This movie is outstanding. You know how when you are a kid you and your brother throw over the toy bin and pull out dinosaurs, knights, tanks, submarines, Lamborghinis, Transformers, GI Joe, Voltron, some LEGO vehicles that can be disassembled and reassembled and a few Star Wars space ships? Maybe your sister wants to play so somehow a Barbie ends up in the mix. Then you have an absolutely epic battle with Knights fighting space ships and LEGOs transforming on the spot to whatever you want. Toys switch back and forth and fight for whoever is holding them. Complete insanity ensues. The story makes no sense because it can't but the battle is truly epic. Your brother grabs a chair and declares its his planet and throws it at your toys so you throw the couch at his. Finally your mom comes in and sends everyone outside, so you leave every toy out and all the furniture turned over to clean up later. Maybe your sister declares that Barbie just did something. That is this movie! It has absolutely everything and makes about as much sense as it can considering. This movie truly channeled second grade for me. I had so much fun and I cannot wait to go back! Definitely watch in 3D and try to watch in IMAX if it is available. Do not wait for it to come out on DVD.
Transformers: The Last Knight (2017) 1080p YIFY Movie
Transformers: The Last Knight (2017) 1080p
Autobots and Decepticons are at war, with humans on the sidelines. Optimus Prime is gone. The key to saving our future lies buried in the secrets of the past, in the hidden history of Transformers on Earth.
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The Synopsis for Transformers: The Last Knight (2017) 1080p
Optimus Prime finds his dead home planet, Cybertron, in which he comes to find he was responsible for its destruction. He finds a way to bring Cybertron back to life, but in order to do so, Optimus needs to find an artifact that is on Earth.
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So Much FunReviewed bybertkyleVote: 10/10
OK, that did it, I'm Done with watching Transformers movies at thetheater. I will just wait until the next movies are on video or readyto stream. I am a huge Transformers fan and I know the mythology wellbut this movie takes the mythology and flips it upside down andbackward. As a movie on its own, it is a hot mess of bad writing,editing, and pacing. BUT Michael does know how to shoot a "scene" butthey are strung together incoherently.
So What I Liked were the music and the effects. That's pretty much it.Steve Jablonsky's score was over 100 times better than this moviedeserves. I really like how he brought back some of the original themesbut made them the sound of desperation. The confusing climax had thismellow desperate theme (you hear in the trailer) that in a better moviewould have worked very well but it does nothing for you because whatson screen is in the way. The two tracks that are worth noting are"Sacrifice" and "We Have To Go". Just listen to those tracks and if youhave a filmmaking state of mind you can imagine a better movie withthose tones. Also, the special effects were well done compared to AGEOF EXTINCTION's hammy job. I know it's all CGI that we have seen beforebut the imagery that was composed is awesome to look at especially theclimax with the parts of the planet hanging down and "scraping" earth.
Now What I Didn't Like (Got Time? then read on) #1 the editing. This isby far, to me, the worst edited movie in history. Like I said MichaelBay films the scenes very well (like the opening battle) but when theyare put together you have no idea what the hell is going on. And thenthe noticeable aspect ratio. So nobody in the editing room noticed thatdifferent shots had black bars at the top and bottom disappearing thenreappearing. This happens because some shots were shot in IMAX. I dodefend Michael Bay because I do think he is a better director than this(The Rock, Bad Boys, Armageddon, Pearl Harbor) but he really droppedthe ball on this film. He knows how to shoot a sequence but that's allit has going for it. If you watch a couple of shots on YouTube beforeseeing the movie you would be like "wow that looks like a good movie"NO it's just a good shot and sequence. And supposedly they had awriters room come up with a plot by using Transformers mythos, HUH?Well, a lot of things irked me. Without giving away any spoilers I'mgonna name the mythos they got wrong (if you are a Transformers fanthen you'll know what Im talking about)...Nemesis Prime, Bumblebee'sAbilities, Hot Rod, Megatron/Galvatron, The Quintassons, Cybertron,Barricade???,The Ark, and a very important evil transformer that I willnot give away the name because it is a spoiler but once you find outwhat his alternate mode is your gonna flip and wanna walk out of thetheater.
I am so glad that Michael Bay is going to step down as director of thisseries because obviously, he does not care about the problems thesefilms have. I say hire an up a coming director who gives a damn aboutmaking a good movie and not in it for the cash grab. But as for now, Iam done spending my money in hopes of a great movie experience. Want tosee a good Transformers movie, then go see the animated "TheTransformers- The Movie"
OK, I am not sure where all these bad reviews are coming from....(were we in the same movie??). My husband and I saw it and we absolutely LOVED the movie! I would very highly recommend seeing the film in IMAX 3D... I believe the sound, graphics, etc will not be at their full potential if not viewed this way. There is a medium amount of foul language but no sexual indecency....as a parent, I would definitely say ages 10+ are suitable for the film.