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transformers: revenge of the fallen - embitterment level - disappointment level
The sequel to a movie based on toy robots. Directed by Michael Bay.
There are two categories of people out there – those who will be thrilled by that pitch, and those who will be annoyed and fear the worst.

If you belong to the first category, then no matter what, you will like this movie. It has giant and tiny robots, good robots and bad robots, and they are cracking jokes and battling each other almost non-stop for 150 minutes. And Shia LaBeouf and Optimus Prime are saving the world! And it has the foxy Megan Fox who twists her body into the most unlikely poses (just as in Transformers) to radiate as much G-rated sexiness as possible. And it has this Danny-guy (Josh Duhamel) from Las Vegas (now we know what he does when he is summoned for special ops!). Did i mention the explosions yet? There are lots of them.

But if you belong to the 2nd category, oh dear, you are well advised to fear Transformers (the movie, not the robots). The plot is as thin as it is negligible, the dialogues are awful, much of the acting sub-standard, the jokes are lame, and the robot fights are not much more than blurs of shapes and colors, photographed with hectic camera movements and jump cuts. And the film seems to last forever. The only excuses to be caught watching Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen are hottie Megan Fox and John Turturro (who suffers from a bad script and bad directing).

Verdict: For fanboys only!

Megan Fox in Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen  Megan Fox in Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen 

2 Responses to “TRANSFORMERS: REVENGE OF THE FALLEN by Michael Bay”

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