BumbleBee

This Week: BumbleBee

*radio screeching* 🎶This is how we do it!🎶 *radio screech*

History time, these are my basic reviews of the previous Transformers movies:

Transformers= I loved it.

Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen=I was still on the edge of my seat. There were some stupid scenes, but I think this movie didn’t deserve the hate it got.

Transformers: Dark of the Moon= F*** THIS MOVIE! I didn’t see it in theaters, I watched a dvd copy that my parents bought. It was garbage and I refused to watch any more movies with Michael Bay and Shia LeBouf.

Transformers: Age Of Extinction= Okay, no Shia, and the trailer had Optimus riding a Robot Dinosaur wielding a Sword and Shield. Alright, I’ll see it. (One in theater viewing later) OH MY GOD! YOU MADE IT BORING! ROBOT DINOSAURS WITH EXPLOSIONS EVERYWHERE AND I AM BORED!

Transformers: The Last Knight= Nope. Didn’t see it. Screw you, I’m done.

So when I heard about this movie, I said it would suck and paid it no mind.

Then the trailer dropped. Oh my god. This looks good. I don’t trust it. I’ve been hurt too many times before.

But I was legitimately excited. So this became my Birthday movie. And it paid off.

THIS is how you make a Transformers movie. It started off with proper Gen 1 looking Transformers in the beginning, battling it out on Cybertron! Holy CRAP! And all the Transformers are visibly different. Our lead character is bright yellow, and the two bad guys are Bright Red and Bright Blue, so when Bumble Bee is tangling it up with these guys, you can see who is fighting who and what moves he is using and who is winning!

Unlike other Transformers movies where two grey and black masses of metal start rolling around and eventually one walks away as the victor.

This is a great movie and I recommend if anyone is on the fence due to being hurt and betrayed by previous transformers films, Go see this and revel in the joy that is BumbleBee.

Next Week: Holmes and Vice of Sex

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