ARTH VADER (AV): Well said old friend – the Transformers are back! Transformers: Dark of The Moon (DoTM) features loads of great looking action sequences, dizzying special effects and enough campy dialogue to make my your head spin like the rims on a tricked out street racer. Like all T-formers movies, it’s fun, lightening fast, the story doesn’t make much sense while loaded with tons of cool stuff to look at. Once again, the AutoBots are outnumbered and outclassed by their Decepticon adversaries with the deck stacked against them as they once again try to save our little world.
(AV): All the usual suspects have returned for the third installment of the trilogy with the addition of three key newcomers.; Grey's Anatomy heartthrob, Patrick Dempsey, the sassy Francess McDormand as the new US intelligence chief and the stunning Rosie Huntington-Whiteley as the over-the-top hot love interest. Once again, Shia LeBouf’s character, Sam, has the seemingly unfathomable ability to attract absolutely gorgeous, hyper-intelligent and sophisticated female partners. Such was the case with Dark of the Moon. Huntington-Whiteley’s character is unbelievably sensual, more mature and light years more sophisticated than Sam.
(AV): Agreed. The special effects in this movie are as impressive and mind-blowing at points. Each T-formers movie outdoes its predecessors and DoTM is no exception! The ultra-detailed mech-transformations are mesmerizing. Watching this movie is like eating pop-rocks and drinking a 2-liter bottle of Coca-Cola and washing it down with a hot fudge sundae. Your senses can’t seem to get a bearing on what’s happening and its way over the top – but you know you like it!