Transformers: Age of Extinction
Ten years ago Paramount and director Michael Bay birthed the big screen Transformers franchise, and I was entirely onboard
Film insiders of the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences may have given Best Picture honors to Birdman, but moviegoers in the new Moviegoers Best Blockbuster Film Awards gave top honors to Interstellar!
On Thursday, Jimmy Kimmel once again gave us a glimpse at the most important voice in contemporary film criticism, Yehya
Let's be real here: the best part of any and all "Transformers" movies had nothing to do with Shia LaBeouf or Megan Fox or
Michael Bay's new movie, "Transformers: Age of Extinction," has already made more than $400 million at the box office, but
The only thing Transformers movies do better than CGI robot fights and mass destruction of major cities is seamless product placement.
In today's world, most sequels become extinct, literally, because they are dreadfully bad. While it may appear that the basic narrative for this sequel was the same as in the past, it was not.
Explosions substituting for character development. General cinematic bloatedness. You know these things. But in case your instincts need a little sharpening, I will save you your money -- and a precious three hours of your precious life.
We're joined by Andrew Farago, who talks up his new book, Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: The Ultimate Visual History as well as the new trailer for the upcoming Turtles reboot. And then we launch into a full-steam-ahead, spoilers-galore conversation about Michael Bay's latest (greatest?) Transformers opus.
Here we are. It's the midyear point, which means we are finally within our right to declare 2014 a dud. We won't, though