DVD: Transformers - The dark of the moon

By admin
28 November 2011

Sci-fi action.

2011. 149 min.

With Shia Laboeuf and Rosie Huntington-Whiteley.

Director:

Michael Bay.

13VL

Rating: 3/5

A lot has changed since the last time these giant robots rampaged across our screens: Sam Witwicky (LaBoeuf) is a jobless graduate who whinges about being unemployed despite having twice helped save the world; he has a new girlfriend (Huntington-Whiteley) and the heroic Autobots have been integrated into a secret military unit.

Of course it isn’t long before the evil Decepticons reveal a dastardly plan to take over Earth and enslave humanity, with the help of Sentinel Prime (voiced by Leonard Nimoy) and some duplicitous human allies.

Like the previous films this one is a noisy and visually impressive spectacle.

Unlike the second film though this one makes a bit more sense and the action isn’t so frenetic that it’s impossible to tell which giant alien robots are battling which.

The human cast is less impressive but that doesn’t matter too much – this is all about the giant robot action, which is terrific.

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