Transformers: Age of Extinction Review (2014)


Ugh, so that’s three hours of my life that I will never get back. I went into this movie thinking, you know what, anything has got to be better than the travesty that was Dark Side of the Moon. Well I guess I totally overs-estimated Michael Bay.

With a plot that made no sense, dialogue that was so appalling that often I had to put my head in my hands in disgust, and very questionable decisions made by the main cast that made me want to just walk out of the theatre, I totally regret spending money watching this movie.


The characters couldn’t even seem to make up their minds about their personalities. One minute an actor would be trying to be a wise-cracking leading man, then the next he would be a whimpering coward. Another character starts of as a cold, calculating businessman and by the end of the movie is a love-struck buffoon. These puzzling acting choices added yet another layer of confusion to an already befuddled movie.

Never have I felt so miserable watching events unfold in a movie cinema, and no amount of explosions or slow motion shots could save this film. I couldn’t wait for the movie to end, and I hope this serves as a warning to one and all to save your money and spend your three hours on something more productive, like maybe watching paint dry.

I give the movie 1 out of 10.

1.0 - Garbage

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