Transformers: Dark of the Moon is the third installment in the series based on the 1980s line of Hasbro toys. Michael Bay is in full form here, following the "Revenge of the Fallen,", he assured that the third installment would be the most excellent one in the series, he was correct to a certain extent as Transformers: Dark of the Moon is indeed the most enjoyable movie of the trilogy.
Dark of the Moon is set a few years after the last installment where Sam Witwicky (played by Shia LaBeouf) has graduated college, and living in Washington with his new girlfriend Carly (played by Rosie Huntington Whitely). Sam is currently searching for a job. He is a bit disappointed that he supported to save the world two times, but no one offers him a job. His father Ron Witwicky (played by Kevin Dunn ) and his mother Judy Witwicky (played by Julie White) paid him a surprise visit while he manages to find a post. In the meantime, the Autobots discovered new rivals and a part from a deception while they were on task in the Ukraine. This directs to the finding of the details that the 1960's spacecraft crash landed on the Moon when Sentinel Prime (played by Leonard Nimoy) get away from the devastation of the Transformers mother planet moving valuable goods. Concurrently, Lennox (played by Josh Duhamel) is still operating the unit with the Transformers, Patrolling around the universe to get rid of the existing Decepticons. But Optimus Prime is worried about Mearing's (played by Frances McDormand) managing of the unit. Subsequently he begins to understand the Decepticons are concerning to reclaim the goods Sentinel Prime has on his ship. They race to the moon and get the latent Transformer back. In the end, the Opticons and the Decepticons embark on a clash in Chicago.
The tale is fairly simple, packed with great action, sound and CGI effects. Regardless of being the greatest movie in the series, it has the similar flaws in the last two installments: human characters are engaged in a bulk of the story instead of the machines, to the point where it senses like the robots are guest stars in their own film.
The acting is superb and the lead roles play their parts very well. While Rosie Huntington-Whitely as Carly gives us extra eye candy as the substitute for Megan Fox and does just okay. She is nowhere close as terrible as most of them anticipated her to be. Her acting skills are still somewhat a mystery. For the majority part, regardless of her professional accomplishment, she is relegated to damsel in suffering – where Megan Fox's role was played as more close for Sam. New supporting cast members include Alan Tudyk, Ken Jeong and John Malkovich join the series to give humorous break, and also, Frances McDormand and Patrick Dempsy are both do brilliant work for what their role's are worth.
Overall, this is a great movie packed with excitement, particularly in the last hour, and delivers on stunning special effects and outstanding action sequences, and this is a better way to wind up this series.
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