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Jetfire rants about how his father was a wheel, and did not transform at all. He is possibly alluding to the Autobot Scrounge, who appeared in the "Transformers" comics and whose alternate mode was a wheel. See more »
During the scene in which Leo, Sam, Mikaela, and Simmons are going through the Egyptian check point, Wheelie pops up between Sam and Simmons, but Wheelie is never seen again in the movie. When everyone gets out of Bumblebee so he could create a diversion, Wheelie should of stepped out too, but he did not. See more »
Earth, birthplace of the human race. A species much like our own, capable of great compassion and great violence. For in our quest to protect the humans, a deeper revelation dawns: our worlds have met before...
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There were some scenes that sort of made me uncomfortable.
The action was of excess to the point it could give you a headache.
And it looked like a military recruitment film.
It's a sequel.
It's supposed to be bigger and badder but it sort of misses the mark. I liked it that there were more robots, there was more of robot against robot fighting, that there is more robot-human interaction, and that it draws a bit from the old cartoon.
Just watch it, have your popcorn and if the action becomes too much, close your eyes for a minute.
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