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The Transformers Continue to TRANSFORM in “Age of Extinction”

Submitted by on June 28, 2014 – 8:38 pmNo Comment

Transformers_2I recently went to see the newest Transformers movie for FREE through my Cineplex Scene points program. I enjoyed this film very much. It stars Mark Wahlberg as Cade Yeager, a single father of a teenage daughter. This is the first movie not to feature Shia LaBeouf, who starred in the first three movies. At first, I thought Mark’s character was average but as the film progressed, I started to like him more and more.

At this point in the franchise, you probably have an idea of what the Transformers is all about. If you’re unaware, you can always check IMDb.com for all the details on this franchise. Co-starring in this movie are Nicola Peltz as Cade’s daughter Tessa, Jack Reynor as Tessa’s boyfriend Shane Dyson, the very talented Kelsey Grammer as paranoid CIA agent Harold Attinger, among many others. John Goodman, John DiMaggio, and Frank Welker were just a select few voice actors who portrayed the Transformers in this movie. DiMaggio is known for his role as Bender on Futurama, so it isn’t surprising to see him portray a robot. :)

I felt like this was a complete reboot of the franchise, having an all-new lead actor at the helm this time, instead of Shia once again. Nothing against Shia but I don’t think a fourth movie with him would interest me. But that’s just me.

I watched this from the IMAX seating area so it was a different experience than what others in the movie theatre had. I felt the IMAX component made the movie a lot more enjoyable. It was a mix of comedy, drama, and action. Mostly action, of course. That’s all my favourite movie genres, so I’m satisfied.


Of course, Michael Bay directed this, which shouldn’t be a surprise to ANYONE. Even if you haven’t watched this franchise before, you SHOULD know who the director is. Writing was strong by Ehren Kruger, who wrote three of the four Transformers movies. Special effects, editing, and use of CGI were superb, as per usual.

I recommend all fans of the Transformers franchise give this movie at least one watch. If you don’t want to spend the money to see it in theatres, wait for it to be released on DVD, or look for it on your favourite online streaming website. I’m not going to complain too much as I saw it for FREE. I’m just saying watch it if you’re a fan of the franchise.

3.5/5 Stars

-Reviewed By Stan Man

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