Now THAT I believe.
In case some of you think otherwise, I don't mean it to be political, I just thought it was a funny spin.
I LOVE IT! Except I hear that second movie is NOT something to believe in.
Anyone who goes into a Michael Bay movie expecting more than a bunch of pretty explosions, painfully bad science, poor acting and non-existent plot get exactly what they deserve.
For some of us, that's exactly WHY we go into a Michael Bay movie.
To be sure, Micheal Bay can't direct traffic, much less a decent movie. But the tie to my childhood by making transformers come alive - unbelievably realistically alive - is what makes me go to the movie. And actually, the robots got better in the second movie even if the actors got worse.
Well said Craig. I enjoy a deep, thought provoking movie as much as anyone (my wife will attest to that) but a lot of times I just want to see a bunch of crap get blown up. Especially when it involves enormous fighting robots from space. What's not to love?
Don't get me wrong, I loved both movies, but far too many of my friends have complained about the quality of Transformers 2. I have a hard time understanding why they expected anything more than typical Michael Bay.
True, true, Derek. Micheal Bay = stupid love stories, unrealistic depiction of women, stuff blowing up. Go into the movie with that in mind and you won't be disappointed.
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