Transformers: Dark of the Moon 3D Movie Reviews

Transformers: Dark of the Moon 3D

Transformers: Dark of the Moon 3D

Release Date: Jul 01, 2011

Genre: Action/Adventure

Rating: (PG-13)

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User reviews on Transformers: Dark of the Moon 3D

  • 4
    I really enjoyed this film because the producers did an excellent job of telling the story of good vs. evil. I loved how the good transformers fought against the evil transformers and won. I loved Bumblebee through out the entire movie.
  • 5
    This movie is my favorite movie of all time.The 3D graphics were amazing and awsome.This movie is the most emotional one out of the series,lots of people die because of the invasion and it was crazy and cool at the same time.Michael Bay and Steven Speilberg make a fantastic combination and if you didnt see this movie,you have to see it in 3D.The new girl (Rosie Huntington-Whiteley) was good in it,but if there were a war between Megan Fox and Rosie Huntington-Whiteley.It would be a tie,there both hot and awsome in the Transformers movies.IDK its a hard decision and just a reminder the movie is PG-13 for intense prolonged sequences of sci-fi action violence,mayhem and destuction,and for language,some sexuality and innuendo.If your child wants to see this movie,you can if you want too but some parts in the beginning are inapropriate but the rest of it is fine.
  • 4
    This Movie Was GREAT!!(: i love bumblebee with all my heart so i believe the movie was great i rate thie movie a 4 out of 5 i mean the graphis were great just the acting was a little disappointing.. the movie is so different wih out Megan Foxx!! well other then that i loved the movie..(:
  • 2
    I wish I did not waste my money, time and my brain cells on this film. It was absolutely horrible and I hope that people will not go to see this film and supply the makers of the film with the money to make the fourth film. I saw the film in 3D, which gave me a huge headache because the film mainly consists of explosions and very loud and annoying sounds. I think the filmmakers have no respect for the audience because the film is dumbed down to the lowest level, it is kind of insulting. I do have to admit that the visuals in the film are spectacular, but it does not make up for lack of ideas in the film. Overall, i urge you not to see this film.
  • 2
    What can I say, the film was probably the dumbest thing I have seen in years. I can not believe I had to sit through 2 hours of horrible dialogue and incredibly bad acting. I do not know what happened to Shia Labeouf in this film, he was extremely annoying and lost his acting abilities. Rose Huntington-Whiteley is in the film for only one purpose: to be pretty. I have absolutely no idea why John Malkovich is in this film, it is so beneath him. The story does not make any sense and the movie is basically a sequence of explosions and close ups to Whiteley’s but. Overall, if you have no brains, you might enjoy this mess, and if you decided to see this film then see it in 3D, it makes it a little bit better.
  • 4
    I had an option to see the 3D version and truthfully the opening piece that says "please put on your 3D glasses" was more of a 3D experience than the entire movie. The movie itself was enjoyable if not a tad bit long. Mini-Spoiler main character in the movie had the voice of Leonard Nimoy and he used the line, "the good of the many, outweighs the good of the few". It was nice to hear his voice.
    Now the review: This movie seeks to explain why we have not returned to the moon and does a fine job meshing fact with fiction. The rest of the movie, albeit predictable was still enjoyable. It was action packed but not suspenseful in any way, shape or form. The sound effects were again quite loud but, the fight scenes were intense. Surely this movie is a great break from the summer heat.
  • 2
    I don't know what I was hoping for. Maybe that Michael Bay would somehow stop being a 13 year old and actually become a real film director. Was I wishing for too much? Yes, yes I was. Transformers: Dark of the Moon is another in a long line of Bay directed mayhem trying to pass itself off as a movie. It's a long, mostly incoherent, headache inducing movie that reminded me of rolling down a grass hill as a kid, only without the fun.
    The film actually starts with promise. There's a whole plot line about the original moon landing being a coverup for a UFO crash investigation involving one of the Autobots. But this is a Michael Bay film, and he can't be bothered with plots. There's a lot of boring explanation, overacting and horrible dialogue leading up to the last 40 minutes, wherein the Autobots and Decepticons destroy Chicago. Though even that last battle is joyless. It's hard to tell who is beating who until the movie ends.
    Why bother telling you how the acting was (not good), how Rosie Huntington-Whiteley is fine as eye candy and not much more, how I can only hope this is the last Transformers movie (I do). Bay makes these films for 13 year olds. I haven't been one of those in 24 years, so go see this movie if you must. But bring some asprin. You're going to need it.

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