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I went to this movie on opening night in my city at midnight with a bunch of buddies. The theatre was packed and the anticipation was high. At the end of the movie, not one person was disappointed. This movie was awe-inspiring.
The story was decent. There was no true flare of creative brilliance but in an action movie like this, it was still quite good.
The CGI was unbelievable. At times I had to remind myself that the Transformers don't actually exist. Everything (the robots themselves, the way the environment reacted with them, the actors talking to them)was fantastically done and made it seem like the robots were real.
The actins was better done in this one. Shia was great in the other one and he is ven better in this one. Megan Fox is beautiful and she has also brought her acting up a notch and I was quite impressed. The other actors did their jobs well. Even the Transformers voice acting was great.
The musical score, written by Steve Jablonsky, was amazing. At times, I focused more on the musical score than the movie (not because the movie sucked.. I loved the movie) it was just that the music was absolutely epic.
All in all, this movie was unbelievable! I will probably go see it in again, but in I-MAX this time, later this week. Also, although Micheal Bay has been panned by many people, I believe that this movie proves that he is, in fact, a great director.
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