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May 23, 2012
This movie was bitchin! I saw it three times in theatre! I've seen it a lot more when I bought it on blu-ray! This series was so freaking amazing!
October 26, 2011
A good movie, but it left me too bothered by a couple of things two things. Why did the down to earth Megan Fox character get booted in favor of a plastic glamour girl and who the heck do these moview producers think they are making a T&A movie out of the Space Shuttle disasterin which an elementary school teacher was killed. That actually does sound like something Hitler would do.
October 14, 2011
at first i didnt know if the movie was going to add up or even compare to the other 2, but this movie was exciting and interesting all together, loved it!
October 14, 2011
This is the Transformers we were waiting for. Gives us everything.
September 30, 2011
Excellent sound and visuals... Just wish they could have kept the core cast together.
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Dark of the Moon is capable of having a little fun with itself. In one scene, mini-Autobots watch "Star Trek'' on TV, not noticing that Spock has the same voice as Sentinel Prime, the formerly moon-stuck 'bot who's rescued and revived in order to play a major role in this installment. Full Review
The New York Times
Nothing you see makes any sense at all, but the sensations are undeniable, and kind of fun in their vertiginous, supercaffeinated way. Full Review
San Francisco Chronicle
Its urban devastation knows no peer. Robots smash into each other with steely ferocity, and the humans - well, they do a fine job providing comic relief. Full Review
Los Angeles Times
The franchise remains as much an endurance test as a movie, but at least a better Bay has delivered a leaner, meaner, cleaner 3-D rage against the machines. Full Review
Stinting on story, dialogue or character development, Bay leaves us with little more than destruction and a hollow, clanking spectacle. Full Review