2007 "Their war. Our world."
7| 2h23m| PG-13| en| More Info
Released: 27 June 2007 Released
Producted By: DreamWorks Pictures
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Young teenager Sam Witwicky becomes involved in the ancient struggle between two extraterrestrial factions of transforming robots – the heroic Autobots and the evil Decepticons. Sam holds the clue to unimaginable power and the Decepticons will stop at nothing to retrieve it.

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Afouotos Although it has its amusing moments, in eneral the plot does not convince.
Humaira Grant It’s not bad or unwatchable but despite the amplitude of the spectacle, the end result is underwhelming.
Allison Davies The film never slows down or bores, plunging from one harrowing sequence to the next.
Deanna There are moments in this movie where the great movie it could've been peek out... They're fleeting, here, but they're worth savoring, and they happen often enough to make it worth your while.
HaNzz99 The level of anticipation I had as a kid for Michael Bay's first live action Transformers movie is yet to be rivaled. Ever since the first trailer dropped, the first poster, the first images, all that went through my little head was a feeling of wondrous excitement "it just looks sooo real". By the time the film came out, you bet whatever you want that I went to see it immediately. Coming out of it, I thought I'd just experienced the best film ever made, no joking. Oh, the times. Over time, the way we regard and evaluate summer blockbusters has evolved. We started to get more critical, and with the subsequent boom of the online community, it was easier for us to manifest our likes and dislikes with each film through various debates and exchanges with other film buffs. Critics' opinions also became more popular. All of these changes were for the best, as suddenly we started to get higher quality pictures that delighted, wowed, and enchanted moviegoers in far more ways than just cinematic escapism.Transformers was a product of a far simpler time. By the time it came out, audiences only cared about the action, the spectacle, the visual splendor of it all. People never experienced such levels of high octane action and explosive set pieces before, and Michael Bay sure had a hit in his hands. The visual effects were revolutionary for the time (and still hold up after a decade), the soundtrack by Linkin Park was, and still is, iconic, and even though the story itself was convoluted, the acting ranging from alright to downright cheesy, and the product placement being everything-but-subtle, it was all forgiven because of the undeniable and irresistible sense of fun the movie had to offer. Seeing fan favorite characters like Optimus Prime, Bumblebee, Ratchet, Ironhide, Megatron, Starscream, among others, engage in battle while buildings are being destroyed, and the ground cracking wide open with explosions, was a novelty, and a dream come true for fans of the original animated series. Michael Bay has a very skilled eye when it comes to visuals, and this movie is a prime example of that. Every time a Transformer appears on screen, it feels grandiose, cinematography is breathtaking and feels involving, soundtrack, as already stated, is iconic and even the musical score was outstanding. However, when judging in terms of storytelling, editing, and narrative flow, the film shows its true fallacies. The amount of subplots is unnecessarily big. We have Sam dealing with college, him trying to impress Mickeyla, the Autobot vs Decepticon war, the Cube, the government conspiracies, the hackers.. there's a lot to cover, and thus the film comes off as sloppy. Shia LaBeouf is fine, Megan Fox may not be a "good" actress, but she's far better here than she is in most recent productions she starred in (TMNT). John Turturro is hit or miss as the comic relief character, and the least said about Sam's parents the better. The real standouts are the voice acting talents, most notably Peter Cullen as Optimus Prime. His voice is now a trademark of the character, that's how good he is. "Transformers" is a good example of pure cinematic escapism done properly. The film may not be perfect, with some average acting, product-placement galore, and over complicated narrative threads, but it is all compensated by the film's sense of wonder. The movie knows its dumb, and isn't ashamed in celebrating how dumb it is. The result? An entertainingly dumb summer blockbuster that knows how to have fun. If the film is able to embrace its cheesiness and deliver some glorious spectacle along the way, why should I be ashamed to admit I love the film (flaws and all)?
Music Beats Remix Points to improve this movie in case it gets a sequel 1. Needs more Shia 2. Full blown nudity from Megan Fox 3.Less Transformers, more tits 4.Check Michael Bay for Mental disorder 5.Give Michael Bay a warehouse with more explosions 6.Shia Labeouf needs tits 7.Make Optimus prime have LGBT colours 8.Give Bumblebee voice of Kevin Hart 9.More TitsSo basically just make Pacific Rim
jacobjohntaylor1 I glad to see this got a 7.1. But this is such great movie that 7.1 is underrating it. This is a 9. This is a great movie. I has a lot action. It has a great story line. This also has great special effects. It also has great acting. Transformers Dark of the moon is better. Transformers The last night is also better. But still this is a great movie. The is a great sciences fiction movie. One of the best sciences fiction movies of 2007. It a great movie. See this movie. It is very cool. It is one great movie. It is a great movie. See it. It is really cool. This a great movie great movie great movie. This is better then The Dark Knight. And that is not easy to do. See it. It is great movie.