Michael Bay brings his signature “everything in the shot must be moving and the camera must be moving and something must also be exploding” style back to the Transformers franchise. He keeps promising to stop making these. I wish he would.
If you’re of a certain age, the modern Transformers films leave a very bitter taste in the mouth. Michael Bay’s re-imagining of the classic characters has robots with ridiculous racial stereotypes, body designs that are far too busy to be memorable, and fights that largely leave you confused and disorientated.
Well, filmmaker Harris Loureiro has spent the best part of a year making a film with his Optimus Prime and Constructicons fighting the way we always imagined as we threw our fantastically colourful and chunky toys across the playground. Watch!
There’s going to be a vocal contingent that argues that Age of Extinction is the best Transformers movie. It isn’t. It’s not the worst (here’s looking at you Revenge of The Fallen) but it’s really not the best either. That whole discussion is kind of ridiculous though because when you stop and think you’ll realize that you’re arguing which f these terrible movies is the least terrible. If you think that’s _Age of Extinction more power to you because the movie does fix a few of the problems that the previous three had but it also introduces a bunch more problems to deal with.
2016 is going to be a big year for things we’ve seen before.
Finally, a poster for this movie.
Holy shit this actually looks good.
I wouldn’t normally wouldn’t post publicity stills but one of them is kind of amazing.
The bad guys are huge.
There’s a few posters for Transformers: Age of Extinction and they’re kind of boring but also have a few interesting tid bits to mull over. Let’s take a look!
Transformers 4 is happening and now there’s some marketing so we can get a sense of whether the people selling it are any good at sales. They kinda are. Let’s watch.
Empire Magazine’s latest issue has Optimis Prime on the cover alongside Marky Mark and two other people. Let’s take a look.
Transformers 4 is still a thing that’s moving forward, and now it has a subtitle and a teaser poster. Let’s take a look!
Transformers 4 is supposedly part reboot, part sequel. Don’t ask me how that works. In fact, don’t ask me how anything works in a Michael Bay film.
Anyway, a new image of Bumblebee has been released and it’s a brand new Camero Concept. Let’s take a look.
Michael Bay has unveiled another new vehicle that’ll be starring in Transformers 4!