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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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