Transformers: The Last Knight

2017

Action  Adventure  Sci-Fi  

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Mark Wahlberg as Cade Yeager
Stanley Tucci as Merlin
Laura Haddock as Vivian Wembley
Josh Duhamel as Colonel William Lennox
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PG-13
23.976 fps
2hr 29 min
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English
PG-13
23.976 fps
2hr 29 min
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English
PG-13
23.976 fps
2hr 29 min
P/S 29 / 115

Movie Reviews

Reviewed by nsharath009 9 / 10

Transformers: The Last Movie

Transformers: The Last Knight - While I may go in to some movies expecting them to be bad, I never go in hoping that they will be. I go to the theater to be entertained, to live vicariously, and to enjoy the visual art of storytelling. Heaven help me if I could do any of those here.To say that this movie is disjointed would be quite the understatement. There are multiple story lines happening throughout, but it never feels like they really intertwine. Characters will disappear for scenes at a time and then, inexplicably, be in another scene with no explanation of where they've been, let alone how they got there.It's a movie about robot cars, so I understand that the cinematic bar isn't exactly high. But even in something as ridiculous as this franchise, you should be made to suspend your disbelief only so far. My favorite franchise is about a bunch of space wizards with telekinesis for crying out loud, but not even Luke Skywalker could pull off the things that a middle-aged inventor from Texas is somehow able do in this movie.And did Anthony Hopkins lose a bet? How did they drag him into this? If the producers thought bringing him on board would add some class, they were mistaken. His character is extremely undefined, sometimes being the voice of reason, other times being overly juvenile. As for the actor himself, he just seemed bored.There are very few times when this hobby of mine feels more like work. I definitely felt like I was clocked in for this one, but Paramount got my paycheck. 3/10.

Reviewed by OptimusPrime22 9 / 10

I enjoyed it!

*** This review may contain spoilers ***

Reviewed by casey-starwars11 9 / 10

One of the better movies.

There were many high hopes for this movie, and they were let down. The trailers were too deceiving for the expectation that was set going into this. The trailers were misleading in multiple ways.The trailers made the Last Night seem like it was Optimus Prime. But he was not the Last Night. It was in fact Cade Yeager, played by Mark Wahlberg. It took away from the Transformers side of the movie, and it added more of the humanistic side to the movie. If anything, I believe it weakened the strength of the story's plot.Optimus Prime turned, and that was awesome because he seemed like he was going to be a bounty hunter similar to Lockdown in "Transformers: Age of Extinction". Lockdown was the best Transformers villain; he had zero mercy and he was ruthless. Now that Optimus Prime had turned to Nemesis Prime, I was expecting the same. But this was the biggest let down in the movie. Nemesis Prime lasted for a few minutes of total screen time, then he was Optimus Prime again. It was actually quite annoying and disappointing. The only good that came from it was his fight with Bumblebee, but it ended quickly.The plot of the movie was too scattered. It would show some humanistic scenes, then it would show some Transformers doing something that was not interesting. It kept on going back and forth. The movie was missing the giant showdown for the second half of the move as all of the previous movies did. I was waiting for that consistent screen time of Transformers fighting all over, but it really did not happen. This goes with why I did not like the fact that Cade Yeager was the Last Night. The last Night should have been a Transformer, if not Optimus Prime.Quintesson, the creator of all the Transformers, was cool; however, she was not as powerful as she seemed. She really did not do much to make an impact on the story. The final fight between her and Optimus Prime was pointless because she was defeated in practically one hit. What was the point of her?It was good to see Megatron again. I was hoping that they would not bring back Glavatron from "Transformers: Age of Extinction" because he was a complete and total joke with is giant hole going through his chest. Really? But the real issue I have with Megatron is that he always has this master plan to take over the world, but he is always defeated in a few hits. Instead of focusing on taking over the world, how about you learn how to fight first.Many of the Transformers were being killed extremely easily. It was a buzzkill to see that happen. It happened multiple time to both the Autobots and the Decepticons. This really took away from the feel for the Transformers fight as shown in previous movies.Overall, I really did not care for this movie. The special effects and CGI (computer generated images) were spectacular, but the story and action kept me waiting. If you are going into this movie with high standards and expectations, you may be walking out with many of them broken.

Reviewed by Reel Life Reviews 9 / 10

One of the worst of the year

First thing's first: the editing . . . and the cinematography. Michael Bay started out in the film industry directing music videos (Do It to Me) and commercials (Got Milk?), many of which were short, snappy and full of numerous edits and bizarre camera-work. In The Last Knight's case, these components are what suffer the most due to the film's mish-mesh structure and meandering focus, leading to some scenes lasting all of a few seconds whilst others are drawn out over ten minutes. In other words, the film feels like a Youtube video drawn out to 10 minutes for the sake of ad revenue. Speaking of Youtube, ever heard of Techrax? If so, you'll definitely know what I mean in terms of this film.When I first left the cinema, all I could think about was the atrocious editing. Entire scenes either flick by or are given so much attention as to leave other, more important, plot points out; shots flicker around, never staying in one place for long. I counted each any every frame, and only a handful (namely some shots in the climax) were longer than a few seconds. Often, you saw characters speaking over themselves - a style choice of some kind? In one scene, Sir Anthony Hopkins is leading our characters out of a building, and as he talks, the shots cut to them walking through a hall to them outside. It isn't a narration, it's him talking AS they're travelling. This happens so many times, wherein characters appear to jump across entire locations in an instant, seemingly at random. This incoherency leaves entire action scenes feeling like sloppily stitched together.The cinematography is also all over the place. I didn't hate it as much as the editing, but Bay seems to feel as though a majority of the need to be blaring sunlight into the lens, extreme low- angle (pretty unflattering) or a fast crane-shot. If done well, a shot mounted on a crane can look extremely skillful and aesthetic, but throughout action/dialogue scene, the camera sways drunkenly or shakes around to the point of becoming completely incoherent (but don't worry, the editing makes them last only two seconds long anyway). All in all, the cinematography really seems to have no real structure, no planning or methods of composition. The polo scene near the beginning resembles an advert so closely (close up of hooves, punctuated heavily with slo-motion) that it's as if we've entered another film altogether. But all in all, the climax of this film is enjoyable enough, with enough flashy effects and unique locations to keep viewers entertained. Mark Wahlberg delivers a typically Wahlberg-y performance despite seeming to copy Labeouf's shouting and screaming, and the British Robot (I forgot his name) has a great deal of personality as Hopkins's butler. Too bad there's not much Optimus Prime - at all. Overall, it's worth watching if you're really looking for something to muddle your brain until it resembles an egg in a microwave. 6/10

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