Optimus Prime finds his dead home planet, Cybertron, in which he comes to find he was responsible for its destruction. He finds a way to bring Cybertron back to life, but in order to do so, Optimus needs to find an artifact that is on Earth.
Throughout the movie military characters refer to alien attack aircraft as "bogeys". This is common in Hollywood movies but is wrong: a "bogey" is an unidentified aircraft, i.e. usually an aircraft caught on radar that has yet been identified as friend or foe. An enemy aircraft is called a "bandit". See more »
Where the hell is your so-called magician, Arthur?
He'll be here, Lancelot!
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SPOILER: There is a scene in the closing credits: a human team is investigating Unicron's horn in the desert, and Quintessa in human form meets them and offers her assistance. See more »
First of all, "Pain and Gain" is the only Michael Bay film I've ever liked. But I'm sure that I didn't hate the first movie in the Transformers franchise as much as I hated the other Transformers films. But frankly, The Last Knight was just pure disappointment.
Even though it is a little happy to hear that "Transformers: The Last Knight" is the dreaded last movie Michael Bay is directing in the Transformers franchise and the last Transformer movie in which Mark Wahlberg plays his character Cade, anyone can simply say that this movie is made to improve the sales of the Transformer toys.
The recent Guy Ritchie's film "King Arthur : Legend of the sword" starring promising faces like Charlie Hunnam, Jude Law and even David Beckham in a cameo which turned a box office bomb ended up talking about the legendary round table.
And it is a shame that the characters were poorly developed for a movie about the Arthurian Legend of the Round Table.
Unfortunately, as you won't be able to experience the movie about the round table, The Last Knight should've been the perfect movie releasing in the perfect time telling the same plot in a different background. But writers Art Marcum and Matt Holloway (The Iron Man writers) failed to make the screenplay interesting.
The only thing most of the people loved about the movie was its visuals and yes, the film was visually amazing. But even though few shots were really amazing, there were a hell lot of aspect ratio changes in the theater, maybe I should've watched the film in Imax.
Another major drawback of the film is that it is 150 minutes long and being one of the most highly anticipated release of the summer, it got majority of the screens leaving Baby Driver with much less.
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