Transformers 3: Dark of the Moon Movie Review

Posted by David D'Angelo | 7/05/2011 01:29:00 PM | , | 0 comments »

Devastation, drama and overwhelming odds where the key description to summarize Transformers 3: Dark of the Moon. I watched the movie together with Mei and my son John Dwight at SM City Baliwag. There were 3 cinemas showing it and all of them are almost full packed.

The opening of Transformers 3: Dark of the Moon gave a fictional perspective to the space race of the 1960s and why the United States pursue to land on the moon. It was a very interesting storyline which captivates the imagination of the viewers.

The twist and turns of the movie was also good and refreshing. Sentinel Prime being a new character with both the ability to be good or bad. I would not like to give too much spoiler but for this character I would say he only wants the best for Cybertron and this wanting put humankind endanger.

Megratron was surprisingly alive though he looks terribly out of condition. The battle scenes was also epic and the slow motion capture of some scenes makes the movie more exciting. The continuity of the battle was admirable.

There were very emotional moments as well like the time when Sam have to depart from Bumbble Bee. This movie also explored more of the personal side of Sam Witwicky and what happened to him after Transformers 2: Revenge of the Fallen.

Some would say that this is a bad movie but for me I think it is one of the best Transformers movie yet. Surely, Rosie Huntington-Whiteley who plays Carly Spencer, the new love interest of Sam cannot be compared to Megan Fox. For me, she did play well on the role given to her and besides they are not the same character anyway.

Tranmsformers 3: Dark of the Moon has a total running time of 155 minutes. It has grossed a total of $416 million worldwide against a budget of $195 million.

Here are my ratings for Transformers 3: Dark of the Moon.
  • STORY:  8
  • DEPTH:  6
  • MUSIC:  10
  • TOTAL RATING:  88.75%

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