Micheal Bay Strikes Again with "Transformers 5" Shot in Native Stereoscopic 3D

Micheal Bay Strikes Again with

Director Michael Bay's final time (or so he says) at the helm of the franchise is filled with a lot of fun and freaky moments to counter the serious tone of the story, which includes Optimus Prime turning evil and the possibility that the world will come to an end. Picking up where Transformers: Age of Extinction left off, Earth is under attack from the evil Decepticons.

Yeager keeps the Autobots hidden in a junkyard hoping to hold out until Optimus Prime returns to lead them again.

Wahlberg also told Graham Norton in his interview on Friday that he spent "five months" getting in prime physical condition for The Last Knight, only to be saddled with a haircut that he absolutely hated. If Cade and Vivian want any chance at saving Earth, they must find the staff before the others. You can't help but feel that Bay just wants the series to jump on the bandwagon to milk the cash cow. Bay never misses an opportunity to load up his film with unnecessary junk as if simply padding the already excessive runtime somehow gives the movie an "epic" scope. After some quick dialogue (King Arthur discussing Merlin), and a insane medieval battle, we see some unbelievable shots of huge green mountains (not what I was expecting from a Transformers movie), before a massive robot dragon begins attacking England. A look on online review aggregator Rotten Tomatoes reveals an nearly unbroken chain of green "Rotten" splats for his directorial efforts - and his work as a producer doesn't fare any better.

Whether it's a insane explosion, or a vehicle in hot pursuit, you nearly feel as if you're really there.

But not even the unusual sight of Anthony Hopkins acting across a Transformer is worth a summer movie with a running time of over two hours, and that's what you'll have to go through if you decide to go see this movie.

Michael's movies always have some humor in them, which is a nice touch. I think the same answer could be applied to Adam Sandler and all his headache-inducing Netflix movies he's been producing lately: I believe we just love to be a part of the conversation and wisecracking.

The fifth movie in the Transformers franchise has landed in theaters. Her casting once again suggests the movie will focus less on the robots and more on the humans. That being said, the film is only rated PG-13 so it's not all that bad.

Transformers: The Last Knight could do well at the worldwide box office, but the Hollywood Reporter states the film is looking at its lowest five-day domestic debut ever, where it's expected to take in $70 - $75 million. Who really cares for humans anyway?

"The Last Knight" could shape up similarly to "Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales", which opened to $63 million, or the lowest domestic opening for a "Pirates" movie since 2003's "Curse of the Black Pearl".

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