When the 2nd part of the Transformers series released and was unable to do good business director Michael Bay declared Transformers:Revenge of the Fallen the end of Transformers.He declared there will be no more Transformers movie coming,but Paramount Pictures cheerfully announced the release date for the 3rd part of the series.Transformers:Dark of the Moon released 29th June 2011.Are you ready to see what Michael Bay has to offer this time??
"Transformers:Dark of the Moon" unlike "Revenge of Fallen" actually has a nice plot.The movie revolves around a concept of why NASA went to the moon and what they found there.Some of the dialogues could have been better,but that's not a big issue as the film has everything to entertain a viewer.From the digitaly created Transforming robots to the real actors everyone did their best.The animation is quite realistic and composition is believable.The use of the 3d camera system really boosted the look of the film and created the depth needed for a film like this.The 3d camera team for Transformers:Dark of the Moon is the same team of James Cameron's Avatar.The visual quality can be seen in every part of the film,specially on Digital 3d screens.The actress Rosie Huntington-Whiteley did a pretty good job as a newcomer.She played the character named Carly,Sam Witwicky's new girlfriend.Shia LaBeouf continues as Sam Witwicky as the previous two parts,but this time he is looking for a job after graduation.There's actually a big twist which finaly leads to a long fight sequence,but saying that now will ruin the movie experience.What I will say is Transformers:Dark of the Moon is a movie worth experiencing in digital 3d screens to enjoy it to the fullest.
The Autobots learn of a Cybertronian spacecraft hidden on the Moon, and race against the Decepticons to reach it and to learn its secrets.
Director: Michael Bay
Writer: Ehren Kruger
Production Co: Paramount Pictures
Shia LaBeouf, Rosie Huntington-Whiteley andosh Duhamel,John Turturro,Tyrese Gibson,Patrick Dempsey,Frances McDormand
Release Date: 29 June 2011
Runtime: 157 min approx
Rated : PG-13
Invisible Art Ratings: 8/10
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