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  • Rating: 3 out of 5 stars

    Looks good. That's all.

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    I'm certainly not bashing Age of Extinction, but it is hard to ignore its obvious downfalls. I have been a fan of the three previous movies for three reasons: 1) they are visually impressive, 2) they are fast-paced, and 3) they are often humorous. Age of Extinction does a fine job in each of these categories. That being said, it struggles in literally every other category. I must admit that I was pleased to hear Mark Wahlberg would replace Shia Labeouf. Don't get me wrong, I thought Labeouf did an excellent job in the first three movies, but I was ready for a change. Though Wahlberg is a fantastic performer, his character can only be as good as his script. Unfortunately, the character scripts are not one of the strong points of Age of Extinction. Cheesy dialog is persistent throughout the movie. The quality of the script and story often go hand-in-hand. Which is certainly the case in this film. Okay, so none of the Transformers movies have impressive story lines, but Age of Extinction is noticeably worse than its predecessors. It seems like they have run out of ideas. No matter how many Decepticons the Autobots kill, they always regenerate in significant numbers. It will be interesting to see how Michael Bay approaches the next two films. For Michael Bay, a smoking hot actress is a necessity in every Transformers movie. In this case it is Nicola Peltz. Though attractive, she is depicted as a 17-year-old girl. I realize that she isn't actually 17, but I still found it a little weird. Apart from that factor, her acting is okay. I personally thought her performance in Bates Motel was much better. But again, this is partially due to the poor writing. As I mentioned, the flaws are obvious and shouldn't be surprising if you've seen the previous three movies. The quality of the CGI should not surprise you either. I have always been amazed by the complexity of the Transformers, and Age of Extinction certainly displays this in all of its magnificence. Some may disagree, but I find the CGI in Transformers more impressive than that of Avatar. Every single action scene is filled with great cinematography, impressive explosions, awing destruction, and extreme complexity. You will certainly be impressed. If you are looking for a visually spectacular action-packed movie, Age of Extinction is one to seriously consider. Just keep in mind that it is not likely to exceed your expectations in all areas.

    No, I would not recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    Entertaining

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    luigi4521
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    I love all the transformers movies, just because they're entertaining. I know they're not critically acclaimed for the acting or the heart-wrenching story like say a Terms of Endearment, but they're not supposed to be. They're action, they're visually spectacular, and very fun! It's escapism at it's best. Watching these movies with a nice surround system is a must. The explosions, the sounds of the transforming, all of it is a much better experience with surround and a good subwoofer! I can do without 2 things in the movies...the eye candy that is the chicks in short shorts! To me, it just doesn't add to the movie. I guess because I'm not a adolescent teenage boy. Secondly, is the language. it seems like all sequels, things are pushed further each time another one is made. There was more profanity in this one than the others. It too doesn't add to the movie. My 4 year old son loves Transformers, too and I don't want him picking up the language. I know one day he will be exposed to it, but c'mon! These movies are enjoyed by all age groups, Michael Bay, please tone down those 2 things and all will be well. Mark Wahlberg did a good job in the movie... I like his movies anyway. I didn't miss Shia LaBeouf or any of the other actors from the previous ones. Also, this one had more work done on the video side. The greens were way greener. My wife noticed that almost everyone had colored eyes, and over exaggerated at that. I didn't mind all that, but it did seem a little weird. I loved the robots! All of them were too cool...Lockdown is a bad dude! His walk, his whole demeanor...I found myself liking him. Those Dinobots were massive! I can't wait to watch it again...and for the next one, which is probably already in the works.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 2 out of 5 stars

    If you love Transformers, see it for the spectical

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    WindsorWild
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    The 4th movie in the Transformers Movie franchise delivers in the ways you would expect. There is plenty of action and the creators give constant nods to Transformers Lore like the Dinobots, Galvatron, etc... I don't mind that they change the way these things are re-introduced. I know the old story, so a fresh take is fine by me. My problem with his movie is that it drags on forever. There were so many scenes that I felt had no reason to be there or were relevant to the story. I think the movie has 5+ acts, and they don't flow together that well. My other complaint, and has been since Transformer 2, is that they completely get Optimus wrong. He wakes up this time and yells something like; "I will kill all of you!". That seems out of character for the benevolent leader of the Autobots who is righteous to a fault in the old series. In the first movie he was willing to sacrifice himself to save Megatron from himself while also taking care of Megatron's plans to use the cube for evil. He would rather die than kill his enemy and he will stop his enemy's plans no matter the cost. We now see him executing Deceptions without mercy. Playing judge, jury and frankly a murderer. He even talks about taking out humans now in this 4th flick, as I guess he is so bitter he just doesn't care anymore who gets hurt in his quest to make things right. I suppose he is at his wits end. Maybe Optimus' fall into such a dark persona is a statement of the times. Even the most noble can be beaten down and loose their faith today. I find it hard to even just eat my popcorn and enjoy this movie. I own it now, on Blu-Ray and even the 3D set, and will continue to buy them, see them, and be a fan. Optimus Prime is a modern Fallen Angel. Maybe he was "The Fallen" getting revenge in the 2nd movie... He did die in it (for a little while).

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    Best Transformers Movie To Date!!!

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    Quicksilver00
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    I love all the transformers movies, just because they're entertaining. I know they're not critically acclaimed for the acting or the heart-wrenching story like say a Terms of Endearment, but they're not supposed to be. They're action, they're visually spectacular, and very fun! It's escapism at it's best. Watching these movies with a nice surround system is a must. The explosions, the sounds of the transforming, all of it is a much better experience with surround and a good subwoofer! I can do without 2 things in the movies...the eye candy that is the chicks in short shorts! To me, it just doesn't add to the movie. I guess because I'm not a adolescent teenage boy. Secondly, is the language. it seems like all sequels, things are pushed further each time another one is made. There was more profanity in this one than the others. It too doesn't add to the movie. My 4 year old son loves Transformers, too and I don't want him picking up the language. I know one day he will be exposed to it, but c'mon! These movies are enjoyed by all age groups, Michael Bay, please tone down those 2 things and all will be well. Mark Wahlberg did a good job in the movie... I like his movies anyway. I didn't miss Shia LaBeouf or any of the other actors from the previous ones. Also, this one had more work done on the video side. The greens were way greener. My wife noticed that almost everyone had colored eyes, and over exaggerated at that. I didn't mind all that, but it did seem a little weird. I loved the robots! All of them were too cool...Lockdown is a bad dude! His walk, his whole demeanor...I found myself liking him. Those Dinobots were massive! I can't wait to watch it again...and for the next one, which is probably already in the works.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 2 out of 5 stars

    Same old clichéd characters and plot...

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    As a long time transformers fan (since I was 10 years old), I purchased this movie for 2 reasons. One, I knew the dinobots were going to be in it. And two, I was hoping that Michael Bay might have possibly learned his lesson; after how insultingly bad the last 2 Transformers movies were. But here we just get more of the same, except well...a lot more of it. A certain iconic autobot now acts like a borderline crazy person, the human characters are like copy and paste re skins of characters from the past movies (despite being played by different actors/actresses), and the human bad guys are once again, evil just for the sake of being evil; with no real motive, rhyme, or reason for being bad or acting the way they do (other than an attempt to ad more layers to an already predictable plot). They should just leave the bad guy parts to the deceptions, because the evil humans in this movie and the previous film, "Dark of the Moon," just feel forced. This is just another cash grab movie by Michael Bay, loaded with action sequences, robot on robot combat, explosions, and people constantly attempting to run out of harms way (oftentimes from said explosions). If you're a hardcore transformers fan that has to see every transformers movie that comes out, then you already know what to expect here (it's a little lengthier this time around though). Or if you are a fan of action movies, have low expectations, and aren't worried about depth and/or human (and robot) drama done right; then perhaps it's worth a look. I for one, watched this movie one time, and have little desire to watch it again or view the plethora of bonuses and extras included in this blu ray release.

    No, I would not recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    Love the Movie and the storyline!

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    I love all the transformers movies, just because they're entertaining. I know they're not critically acclaimed for the acting or the heart-wrenching story like say a Terms of Endearment, but they're not supposed to be. They're action, they're visually spectacular, and very fun! It's escapism at it's best. Watching these movies with a nice surround system is a must. The explosions, the sounds of the transforming, all of it is a much better experience with surround and a good subwoofer! I can do without 2 things in the movies...the eye candy that is the chicks in short shorts! To me, it just doesn't add to the movie. I guess because I'm not a adolescent teenage boy. Secondly, is the language. it seems like all sequels, things are pushed further each time another one is made. There was more profanity in this one than the others. It too doesn't add to the movie. My 4 year old son loves Transformers, too and I don't want him picking up the language. I know one day he will be exposed to it, but c'mon! These movies are enjoyed by all age groups, Michael Bay, please tone down those 2 things and all will be well. Mark Wahlberg did a good job in the movie... I like his movies anyway. I didn't miss Shia LaBeouf or any of the other actors from the previous ones. Also, this one had more work done on the video side. I loved the robots! All of them were too cool...Lockdown is a bad dude! His walk, his whole demeanor...I found myself liking him. Those Dinobots were massive! I can't wait to watch it again...and for the next one, which is probably already in the works.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 4 out of 5 stars

    Way better than expected!

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    Okay, so I know a lot of people love to make fun of this franchise mainly because of Michael Bay. I always enjoyed the first one, disliked the 2nd, and found the 3rd one to be amazing and it even found a way to make Shia seems to be a decent character finally! However after the epic battle in 3, I wondered how they could ever top themselves. Apparently Michael Bay thought the same thing and took a whole new approach here. For starters, there is only a small ragtag group of autobots left this time and they are bitter at the humans. It made the battles less epic in scope but more squad-based tactical which made it much easier to care about each character. The other big change is there's ni Shia, instead we are upgraded to Mark Walberg's presence along with his wild child daughter. The father daughter story is good though it is very similar to the relationship of the father daughter duo in another Bay classic Armageddon so take that for whatever that means. The big battle at the end while not Transformers 3 scale is quite good. The origin story for Galvatron is way off from the original animated movie/series but the premise except for who he used to be. He also looks nothing like he did in the old toy and cartoon but he's still cool! The ending sets the foundation for an awesome set of sequels that likely can introduce more of the cool characters from the animated movie (Unicron and the Quintessons perhaps?). The future looks bright for this franchise!

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 3 out of 5 stars

    uhh... yeah...

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    OK - Let's get the preliminary stuff out of the way. I grew up watching & buying Transformers/Go-Bots. I was a happy camper. Then when the movies started coming out - I really looked forward to them, knowing the technology was here to do them justice. One thing I overlooked was: how much fighting would take up time-wise in each movie? The percentage grew, which meant plot & storytelling would have to take a back seat more & more. This is the 4th Transformers movie. The logo changed since the Shia days to somehow differentiate THOSE movies from this (and maybe more). Plot became simple and to the point, told in mere moments as the movie unfolded. Fight scenes were just endless. Endless... I realized, there is no more story. All plot lines were only excuses to one end: MORE/LONGER FIGHT SCENES. Honestly, am I sorry I bought this? Yes. I watched it in the theaters and - primarily because I owned the other three - I purchased this (visually) beautifully presentation of a REAL bad movie. I like the actors, not some of the characters (Hate the secret boyfriend - Dad should have shot him and put him under some wreckage. Daughter needed a butt-kicking real bad, as well.) Truth: I bought this the day it came out & I have yet to watch it. It's nowhere near the top of my list to do so. Save your money. Watch one of the previous releases (if pretty much you only love the fight scenes) and pretend it's the new one. Chances are, you won't be able to tell the difference.

    No, I would not recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 3 out of 5 stars

    A Good One Time Watch, but only one time!

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    Kenn
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    Transformers: Age of Extinction does a good job at continuing on from the last movie. Although the story line jumps from Sam(Shia LaBeouf) to Cade(Mark Wahlberg). This is a good addition to the Transformers series. I liked how there where new characters. I liked this movies but I feel like it is very similar to all the other Transformer movies. There are a lot of explosions and scenes where the sun blinds you just like all the other movies. There is always a reason for the Autobots to stop trusting the humans and then they always owe their lives to someone so they stick around and fight. This movie goes on for a long time with a few spots where you think you have reached the end and then more happens. Also I don't like that the humans always seem to kill more Decepticons than the Autobots do. Overall I gave Transformers, Age of Extinction three stars because I liked the movie. The action is intense, and I liked Mark Wahlberg as the main character.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 4 out of 5 stars

    Pretty good could have been even better though

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    This is a good movie, but in reality the writing and acting has gone down hill after Megan Fox left the series. The 3D is a great bonus but the iTunes digital copy is by far the best part of the deal. It comes with ultraviolet/vudu as well, but I have found that to be a far inferior product with inconsistent loading in all my various ultraviolet accounts - what a hassle. I can also say that I am furious that the movie companies are deleting scenes from movies just so they can have deleted scenes. The third movie was missing so many scenes that I saw in the theatre. The 3D version of that movie didn't have deleted scenes included however my friends 2D version did and 90% of the deleted scenes were in the movie at the theater. I am finding that you have to get the directors cut now if you want to actually have the movie as you saw it in the theatre which is just ridiculous. Come on movie companies, at least give your customers the option to choose how they want their digital copy. If you want to combat the piracy issues then give every movie sold a digital copy. And give it to the customers in the 'format' the customer wants to use for them - iTunes, Google, Amazon, even UV if you for some reason like that format.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 1 out of 5 stars

    Why does Michael Bay keep making movies???

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    Let me preface this by saying that I have thought that EVERY one of the Transformers has been utter garbage. At least the first one is good home theater demo material, (great picture and sound). The second one was even dumber than the first. I don't even remember the 3rd one. I didn't bother to see this movie in the theaters because I knew it would be more Michael Bay tripe. All of his movies are pure fluff. No character development. No semblance of a decent plot. Bay knows that as long as he blows enough stuff up people will like his movies. I don't get it. Why do people keep going to see his movies? I bought this one because even though I knew I would hate it, I thought that it would be another good demo disc. Well I won't be using this as even demo material because the movie was so stupid that I can't stand to put it in my Blu-ray player again. Sure the movie may look and sound great but I'm never watching it again. Maybe I'll sell it on Craigslist for like $10. The movie is beyond stupid. The comedy in it is for 8 year olds. The plot is ridiculous and makes even less sense than the previous ones. Please America stop falling for Michael Bay's garbage so that he can't make any more movies!!!!

    No, I would not recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 4 out of 5 stars

    Something New & yet still Transformed of the Same

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    Michael Bay is back with his ballistical, bombastic and booming bangs for your bucks. The film maintains the same look and feel of his previous films, yet, has a (slightly) new direction in story. Gone is LaBeouf and here to (seemingly) stay is Marky-Mark. Mark Wahlberg plays a poor, but brilliant inventor from one the most gorgeous and acreage farms in the state of Texas. (I happen to live in Texas and that land and his farm would easily be worth millions. These are typical beautiful shots made by and for Michael Bay to blow up in a visual menagerie of utter glory. As cheesy as the story may be the visuals and audio is incredible in this film - ESPECIALLY, in 3D. If you have a 3D tv and a home theater audio system I HIGHLY recommend this film. It's gorgeous and the sound will blast you into the back of your couch. This is a paint-by-numbers fun popcorn-flick, but it paints in vivid glorious colors. Your not getting a film that will make you think or blow your mind, but you are getting a simple and fun film. Period. So, cook some popcorn, dim the lights, turn the volume up, put on your glasses and let yourself enjoy the ride. :)

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 2 out of 5 stars

    It was Okay!

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    I really didn't feel they needed to do a fourth movie, especially since it really didn't bring anything new to the franchise! The first (3) movies covered everything that need to be covered. The special effects were 'many' in this movie but not enough storyline nor did they attempt to include more autobots & decepticons. The small number of autobots & decepticons (especially ones that are NOT the recognizable one from the cartoon) are (were) not acceptable! They could have done more with the dinobots... but they didn't! This movie just leads me to believe it was produced for the 'money' not to further along the franchise (for the true fans). Don't get me wrong. Making money is the end goal for making this types of movies but it could have been done differently! Take a look at the current Marvel movies "Iron man, Capt America, Thor, Avengers, Guardians of the Galaxy, etc). These movies will continue to grow a fan base (old fans and new fans) because of the writing, directing, production and what they bring to the screen! The lesson here for this Transformers franchise (at this point, not the first 3 movies)... "Money could still (and continued to) be made with a quality product"! Look what happened to the "Fantastic Four" Movies?

    No, I would not recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 2 out of 5 stars

    Visual Spectacle Without Substance

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    The heart of what made the original three Transformers movies so enjoyable, fun and over the top comedy, is sorely missing from Age of Extinction. The characters are flat, forgettable, and are thrown around in a plot that looks like it was rushed over without much care for continuity or originality. Combine that with poor acting abilities of the movie's lead actors and you have a movie, while beautifully stocked with special effects and action, made me care less about any of the characters and could have simply fast-forwarded to the action scenes without missing any tired, forced dialogue or unfunny jokes. Also, one aspect that made me cringe is that there is a lot of crude language used in the film which would really make me think twice before allowing the youngsters in my family to watch this. If language is used here and there in a film, fine, but strong language is used throughout the entire film and it really diminishes watching a movie that, in it's essence is a live action adaptation of a kid's cartoon. Two stars simply based on the special effects.

    No, I would not recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 4 out of 5 stars

    Transformers: you love them or not

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    I grew up in the 80's and Transformers were a big part of my life. I never thought they'd be able to make even a decent live action version of the toys, let alone 4 entertaining movies! This latest is a cool continuation of the storyline that doesn't reinvent the wheel and for me, that's alright: give me Optimus, Bumblebee, cr@p exploding and a good soundtrack and I just had fun for 2hrs with some old childhood friends who are aging better than me ;-) This is a Michael Bay movie and if you know how he films then you know it's about a look, a feel and about pacing. not necessarily about a riveting plot. I go into these movies knowing that and leave having been entertained. Mark Wahlberg seems to really at least try to do his part and the action holds up to the promise of each movie getting more and more intense. So quit reading this, put down your Lord Byron or Shakespeare book and elitist glasses for 2hrs and just go have fun in a cool world. BTW- MAJOR demo material here in both 2D and 3D!

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 4 out of 5 stars

    Long but Worth the Journey

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    If you liked the other films, you will like this one. That's the short review of the film. Let's get this out of the way: this film is LONG! At 2 hours and 45 minutes, this is one very long film. Despite what you read from reviews online, it should noted that this is not director Michael Bay's fault. His first cut was 2 hours and 2 minutes long before multiple compromises with Paramount led to its current length-15 minutes of which is mostly just propaganda and esoteric cameos for Chinese audiences. I thought I should bring that up since no one has felt the need to bring that up since its more fun to blame everything on Bay rather than accept that he is under the studio's thumb when he does these films. Since this is a product review I will now get to the actual product. There are 3+ hours of special features which are all a must see for anyone who loves learning about special effects and action films. The picture and sound are perfect. The product itself is 5 stars but the film is more 4 stars.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 2 out of 5 stars

    Transformers 4: Age of Explosions

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    I loved Transformers as a child and was impressed with Tranformers 1. I get a lot of people were down on it but for me, it made those robots "real" and awesome. Yea Megatron should've been there earlier and less family time, but it did its job. It made them relevant again! So here we are in the 4 edition of the movie series and I have to say, I'm losing the love I had. Granted Age of Extinction is better than Revenge of the Fallen but its more of the same with a new cast. Too much family stuff when everybody is here for the Transformers. Michael Bay's insistence on trying to make us care for the humans is bringing down the movie yet again. So to those who loves the Transformers, you're going to see it regardless but I'm telling you you're not missing much. To those who've never seen the transformers......Just watch the first Transformers on Blu-Ray and wait for the 5th movie's review before you go see it because we all know a 5th one is coming.

    No, I would not recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 4 out of 5 stars

    Fun movie with decent 3D

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    If you liked the other Transformers movies, then you are sure to like Transformers: Age of Extinction. This is a Michael Bay movie just like the others, so if his style isn't for you, then this movie isn't for you: fast action with a lot of quick cuts, explosions and other special effects filling the screen, a very brash soundtrack, and beautiful women wearing skimpy clothing. The movie has just the right balance of action and humor as the other films did, and the 3D effect is balanced quite well as far as having some elements project out of the screen, but most descend back beyond the screen. Mark Wahlberg moves into the lead in place of Shia Labeof and gives the film a bit of a different feel, but this choice actually keeps things fresh. I give this movie a thumbs up, but just don't expect great character development or a profound message that will change your life - this is a pure popcorn film, plain and simple.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 4 out of 5 stars

    Awesome Movie for sound effects & action

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    Great action movie. I'm a huge fan of TFs and the comic book movies so this was a real treat. The sound and picture are truly amazing, including the new Dolby Atmos technology that's introduced to blu-ray movies with this release. Sound is great and picture quality is superb. I have Samsung 60" Smart 3D TV and Bose V25 system for audio. PS3 is still my choice of 3D players and it did the job nicely with my home theater setup for TF4. Definitely a better storyline without the poor acting of Shia Labeouf, his annoying parents & Megan Fox. Their absence helped make the movie more believable and enjoyable. Hopefully they will not return for any of the next installments. Also, Michael Bay continues to provide the most & best movie extras for home video releases adding to this title's value. *Only drawback for this title is the 3D combo wasn't available in steelbook edition :/

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    Outstanding Action Packed Sci-fi Movie

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    Transformers: Age of Extinction is a FANTASTICAL movie with tons of amazing special affects, action and humor as expected from Director, Michael Bay. In this feature, the human governments have turned against the Autobots, who saved their planet from the Decepticons in the battle of Chicago. Throughout the movie, we see the humans team up with a Transformer bounty-hunter that is seeking to capture Optimus Prime and return him to his creators. The bounty-hunter helps the humans track down and destroy the last remaining Autobots on Earth in exchange for an advanced technology. Optimus Prime has given up on the human race, when he finds hope in Mark Wahlberg's character, a junk collector and aspiring inventor. I highly recommend this movie to anyone that wants to see a great sci-fi action flick, mixed with well placed humor and tons of special effects.

    I would recommend this to a friend