Sam Witwicky leaves the Autobots behind for a normal life. But when his mind is filled with cryptic symbols, the Decepticons target him and he is dragged back into the Transformers' war.
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This movie stunk, Michael Bay, megan Fox, the two lead guys, those robot twins, forget em all. Now that i got that out, let me constructively review this poopie pile. First off, let me say the first movie was okay, it wasnt amazing, but it was decent, this movie took the bullshit way too far though, and i'm going to break it down from start to finish. The intro scene was pretty cool, the visuals were nice and appealing to the eye, but there were so much darn explosions (Michael Bay) that i couldn't distinguish the transformers. Also, i hate those two army guys, whats the point of them, what do they do?, Were they even in the series? As movie progresses, it shows that the Sam dude and the Megan Fox chick got together, but they have a weird relationship. He's going off to college and his parents got a lot more weird, they make innuendos and flirt sexually and their dog humps everything, it's excessive and just plain stupid.
Sam's roomate pisses me off more than anyone else in the movie, he acts like he's known the main character all his life, and his whole alien love thing seemed off, also i know they were going for giving him the comedic relief role, but that failed hard, his lines were frantic and just off. SPOILER ALERT: Optimus dies at one point and we get introduced to the Super Racially Stereotypical Super Twins, these two were stupid as shit, they are the most superfluous addition to any movie franchise ever, this movie tried too hard.
We don't see a lot of the other transformers throughout the movie, it's centered mainly around Optimis and this fallen guy who is Megatron's boss. Anyway, Sam, Megan fox and Sidekick meet up with the greeseball douchebag agent guy from the first movie who chops meat now (THIS MOVIE GAGS). ANyway, now all fo a sudden he knows everything about transformers and alien and whatever, they go to some aviation museum, find an old transformer who tells them what they need to know and thus revealing to the viewer, the plot and objective of the movie. Let me tell you, the main plot is horrendous,
, some ancient transformer fuckers stole energy from suns and got power, but vowed never take a sun which a planet was dependent on, one said no to that and rebelled, then they used a generic, cliche device aptly named "The Matrix". To seal him away in Egypt. Now we get to one of the worst, drawn out sequences in Cinema history it's literally an hour of the heros running through the desert, it is bull. Skipping all the bull, that monstrosity of a transformer, his parents getting in the mix, reviving optimus, The Sam kid meets up with the two random military guys and revive optimis, he then goes super sayian and kills the Fallen with two punches.....shutastic. The movie was junk, the soundtrack was junk, the character were junk, the plot was horse poop and the future of this series is rancid.
Hello again guys - Mick Ebert here. You can trust my reviews will be on point b/c I hold NO punches. If a movie sucks - you can count on my review as being 94% accurate. Now, Revenge of the Fallen - T2. And Im not talking Terminator. To say the least, this movie was UNREAL! I didn't think that after the first one they could actually carry the torch into a sequel. The actors were amazing! The storyline was nice. Visual effects and voices are just phenomenal! Most of us grew up on transformers when they were more boxed looking and still being drawn to animate. It's great to see that SOMEONE is still making quality movies. I thought this one was outstanding. Storyline began veering off into the distance with how they wanted to convey everything but in the end - they brought it all together. Can not wait for the 3rd installment.
Transformers 2 is an intense movie that keeps you on the edge of your seat the whole time. The action scenes never fail to amaze me and the visuals used are revolutionary. Sam Witwicky (Shia LaBeouf), Mikela Banes (Megan Fox), Optimus Prime, and the other Autobots return for another sequel. This time, Megatron returns along with some new enemies for revenge on the world. The amount of fight scenes are absolutely mind blowing and will keep you awake the whole time. The only problem I had with this film was that it was over two hours. However, don't let that defer you from watching this action filled film because it is well worth the money. In my opinion, Transformers 2 is one of the best movies of 2009.
Contrary to some of the reviews I’ve heard and read, Transformers 2 Revenge of the Fallen was great! I had a terrific time watching the giant sentient robots race, crash against and crush each other. I didn’t really mind that I couldn’t really see it clearly when they transformed (everything was much too fast, and the Transformers looked damn bulky) because I left all my expectations at the theatre’s entrance. The dialogue was hilarious though, gad! I laughed and laughed and there was one time when I choked on my Coke when the character played by the amazing Mr. John Turturro relayed his whereabouts as being “directly under the enemy’s scrotum.” You have to watch to movie to understand what the heck that’s all about.
Honestly, it’s not like I went to watch Transformers 2 hoping to achieve some major epiphany afterwards. I didn’t watch so I could learn something worth dying for. I went because I wanted to see Optimus Prime kick butt. I wanted to hear Shia Lebouef’s Sam Witwicky’s wisecracks and I wanted to forget that I was pissed off.
first off would like to say, i loved this one a thousand times more than the first, and i thought nothing could beat the first! And honestly, i am so not a fan of the whole cars or robots thing, but this movie is very unique and gives who ever is watching it a feeling or emotion that everybody can relate to in some kind of way. Totally recommend it. Outstanding!! Shia made it all the better!
In the new Transformers sequel, currently packing theaters, some of these giant alien robot monsters do a stomping of Shanghai not unlike the way Tokyo was trampled in some of those early Godzilla classics. I was so bored, I was ready to trample my way out of the theater.
According to an online Godzilla filmography, there were some 25 Godzilla films made. I loved the early ones, but lost interest when you needed a score card to keep track of all the monsters, and which were good and which were bad. That's the same with these heavy metal Transformers. But whereas it took more than a handful of Godzilla movies to get to the yawning point, it took just a few minutes before I felt the same way about the new Transformers film, "Transformers 2: Revenge of the Fallen." "Fallen asleep" is more like it.
Please read the rest of my review here: http://www.examiner.com/x-9764-Horror-Happenings-Examiner~y2009m6d30-Comparing-Transformers-to-Godzilla
Following the sequel, Transformers 2 (Revenge of the Fallen) is loaded with action scenes, lots and lots of explosions and an excellent plot, offering action, suspense, comedy and drama from the very first minute to the end of the movie.
The story begins when the Autobots and the military are being waging a secret war against the Decepticons. As more of the giant robots continue to resurface, though, it becomes apparent the Transformers have been part of EarthÃ¢â‚¬â„¢s history for longer than theyÃ¢â‚¬â„¢d led mankind to believe. One group of bureaucrats from the US goverment even wonders if the Decepticons are only appearing because of the Autobot presence. Desperate not to leave Earth undefended, Optimus Prime turns to Sam Witwicky and asks him to help them, someone who will convince mankind that the Autobots should be allowed to stay among them. Sam refuses to believe he can help, though, wanting to go to college and live a normal life Ã¢â‚¬â€œ as normal as possible with the strange thoughts and visions that have haunted him since being exposed to the All SparkÃ¢â‚¬â„¢s primal energies two years earlier. SamÃ¢â‚¬â„¢s refusal will have harsh consequences for himself, the Autobots and possibly the entire world. The Decepticons fallen leader, Megatron has been resurrected and brings with him an ancient evil from the Transformers own history to fight against the Autobots, human race and take control of the Earth.
I saw the revenge of the fallen two times, the first time I thought it was okay with some good fighting action scenes, the second time I notice a lot of the flaw.The first time I viewed the movie I thought the gangster robots were funny but the second time I thought they seemed a little racist. I also have to say the robots seemed a little bit cheesier then the first transformers movie. If you are into action or just robots and don't really care about the plot then I recommend this movie for you. I have always liked Shia Leabouf but after this movie I have lost a little respect for him. If you ask me Michael Bay was capable of making a much better film. I'm not saying that Shia Leabouf acted bad, I'm saying that he is to good to be in a movie like that. But on the up side there was good picture so the robot fighting scenes looked really good, so sense there was something good to say I can safely say that this movie gets two stars. In conclusion Michael Bay should not make another Transformers movie.