On the run in the year 1987, Bumblebee finds refuge in a junkyard in a small California beach town. On the cusp of turning 18 and trying to find her place in the world, Charlie Watson discovers Bumblebee, battle-scarred and broken.
As Scott Lang balances being both a superhero and a father, Hope van Dyne and Dr. Hank Pym present an urgent new mission that finds the Ant-Man fighting alongside The Wasp to uncover secrets from their past.
On Cybertron, the Autobots, led by Optimus Prime, are on the verge of losing the Great Cybertronian War to their enemies, the Decepticons, and begin making preparations to leave the planet. The Decepticons led by Shockwave, Soundwave and Starscream ambush them during the evacuation, and Optimus sends a young scout, B-127, to Earth in order to set up a base of operations where the Autobots can regroup. B-127 reaches Earth alone in 1987, crash-landing in California and disrupting a training exercise being conducted by Sector 7, a secret government agency that monitors extraterrestrial activity on Earth. Sector 7 agent Colonel Jack Burns presumes B-127 to be a hostile invader and attacks, driving B-127 into the forest, where he is then ambushed by the Decepticon Blitzwing. When B-127 refuses to reveal Optimus' whereabouts, Blitzwing spitefully tears out his voice-box and damages his memory core. B-127 manages to destroy Blitzwing before collapsing from his wounds. Before entering stasis,...Written by
There are several incidents throughout the film that are homage to films directed or produced by Steven Spielberg: The cinema hall's poster shows the Spielberg-produced "Gremlins." The overalls that Charlie wears during her speech about her late father has the initials BFG, referring to Spielberg's film "The B.F.G." Memo's room has a poster of "Raiders of The Lost Ark." The tunnel where the police patrol car chases after Bumblebee, Charlie and Memo is the same tunnel used in the climax of "Back to the Future: Part II" and the entrance to Toon Town in "Who Framed Roger Rabbit?" See more »
The M4s used by the agents in the training scene were not produced until 1993. See more »
[the Autobots are taking heavy fire from the Decepticons]
They've broken through the front lines!
I've lost contact with the Capitol!
There's too many of them!
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The Paramount Pictures, Allspark Pictures, dB Pictures and Tencent Pictures logos are accompanied by a series of robotic sounds. See more »
Although the original British submission was uncut and rated 12A, it was replaced by a cut PG version removing 6 seconds of violence/injury. See more »
Clichéd and with emotional aspect but lacking scifi quality
The issue is with storybuilding. How can aliens know to look like cars in cybertron? Or how do they learn about English even without stepping onto earth. Or how do they know to call earth earth in cybertron. And how do robots have memory with failed memory cells and how do they get fixed in middle of battle. Leaves a bad taste in mouth. I guess this franchise has been milked to the maximum extent possible. Nothing can beat original transformers..
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