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Ok, so let's get the important things over with first. Yes, there's an obscene number of explosions. Yes, there's lots of giant robots, and a generous sprinkling of offensive stereotypes. Yes, there's some long, gratuitous, pornographic shots of expensive American Military kit in Luridly oversaturated colour.... Oh, and there's a huge 3 headed flying robot dragon that's actually a combiner made up of 12 ancient Transformers. Only in a Michael Bay film could the last part be a footnote.
The second trailer for Michael Bay’s upcoming Transformers: Age of Extinction is out now! Featuring menacing government agencies, Earth-invasions and, most importantly, Optimus Prime riding a Dinobot, Extinction is certainly looking set to be another fun, mindless, CGI-fest, full of robot-on-robot action (no, not that kind.). Check it out below: Transformers: Age of Extinction […]
The fourth instalment of the Transformers franchise debuted it’s first trailer during the Super Bowl last night. As expected from a Michael Bay film it’s pretty much BOOM heavy with people shouting for help. In fact the only bit that teased a smirk out of me was Optimus Prime riding a Dinobot and there just […]
Mark Wahlberg and Denzel Washington star in the action comedy movie adaptation of BOOM! Studios title ‘2 Guns’. In its opening weekend in the US it has claimed the top spot with grossing over $27 million for Universal and marks Denzel’s 11th, yes 11th, consecutive nationwide opening film to debut in excess of $20 million, […]
Michael Bay can be a little hit & miss sometimes, but thankfully when it comes to tne Transformers franchise, he hasn’t done too bad (save for the awful Revenge of the Fallen). Today Bay has released a photo of the new Optimus Prime design to be used for 4th in the franchise, imaginatively titled Transformers […]
Straight to the Point: I am a big fan of anything Seth MacFarlane related, and this film is a brilliant mish mash of adult humour, big kid behaviours, and the on-going war of “bros before hoes”; frustratingly hilarious. Ted (2012) was directed by Seth MacFarlane and as a result of a childhood wish, John Bennett’s […]