Transformers : Age of Extinction (2014)


Cast and Crew
Directed by : Michael Bay
Produced by : Don Murphy, Tom DeSanto, Lorenzo di Bonaventura, Ian Bryce
Written by : Ehren Kruger
Starring : Mark Wahlberg, Stanley Tucci
Music by : Steve Jablonsky
Cinematography : Amir Mokri
Edited by : Paul Rubell, Roger Barton, William Goldenberg
Running time : 165 minutes

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I.M.C.F Review  
Michel Bay’s Best Kick-ass Hollywood Blockbuster!!

As in prequels, there is a lot of destruction and action! But there is also a lot of Fun, Spectacular cars, Gripping story, Love, Friendship, Better 3D and Audio effects, a New Hero, new Transformers and DINOBOTS!!

A whole new story in a whole new backdrop, but with the ultimate Optimus prime and Bumblebee along with Mark Wahlberg and Stanley Tucci… Save the extinction of Humans and Autobots along with Dinobots!!

After the destruction in Chicago in Transformers: Dark of the Moon, an organisation named KSI is formed, to stop such further alien attacks! But the inside story is that, a group of scientists are killing the Transformers for the metal named ‘Transformium’, to create own Human-made-transformers!! In this process, unknowingly they give life to Megatron, but by the name Galvatron!!

Also, another set of Transformers from galaxy, are here for Optimus prime. But Optimus stays back and fights for the humans existence! Its a hell lot of story!! Transformers Movie lovers are gonna have a blast!!

I.M.C.F Rating : 90/100
Direction : 9 : Very successful in handling the pulse of audience!
Production Values : 10 : Producers seem to have given their max!
Story/Plot : 9 : Better than every other Transformers movie.
Cast Performance : 9 : Both humans and robots, gave their best!
Music : 8 : Binding to the tale.
Cinematography : 9
3D Effects : 9
Screenplay/Editing : 9
Dialogues : 9
Others : 9 (Some scenes are very gripping and might give you Goosebumps!)

Ratings and Reviews From Popular Websites
6.5/10  -  IMDb
3.5/5    –  Rotten Tomatoes
7.4/10 –  BookMyShow

You're either awestruck, dumbstruck or just plain struck in the face.
As a visual showcase, Bay's blockbuster delivers. Though the question remains, is that really enough?
Horrifically garish but undeniably fascinating ...

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