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9/22/2016 by David SimsSince the film is a chilling two hours and 45 minutes long, that means one's mind quickly wanders, dancing across this film's many flaws, little and big.
7/14/2014 by Richard BrodyThe few authentic inspirations to be found in the movie's hundred and sixty-five roiling minutes involve gigantic science-fiction contrivances.
7/6/2014 by Wesley MorrisIt barely matters whether this movie is good or bad. Bay is now the sort of filmmaker -- the only one, perhaps -- whose moviemaking goes beyond such binary banality.
7/6/2014 by Ben SachsIn the end, though, this is still a movie about giant robots fighting each other, which is to say it's nearly impossible to take seriously on a narrative level.
6/30/2014 by Andrew O'HehirInflated, interminable and incoherent ...
6/30/2014 by Joshua RothkopfYou're either awestruck, dumbstruck or just plain struck in the face.
6/29/2014 by Christy LemireLong before Optimus Prime hoists his hulking metal frame onto the back of a giant robot dinosaur, wields his mighty sword and rides valiantly away to save the planet once more, Transformers: Age of Extinction plays like a parody ...
6/28/2014 by Chris NashawatyBay has said that this film will kick off a second trilogy of Transformers movies - and I think he's serious. That means there will be (at least) two more of these things. God help us all.
6/28/2014 by Forrest WickmanI sincerely enjoyed the Transformer who was literally branded by Oreo.
6/27/2014 by Amy NicholsonThe movie's crammed with useless nuts and bolts, the storytelling equivalent of a mechanic who lifts the hood of your car and says, "That's everything, fix it yourself."
6/27/2014 by Christopher OrrIf it truly takes this long to save the world from the depredations of robots that turn into muscle cars, it may be that the world is no longer worth saving.
Christian Science Monitor
6/27/2014 by Peter RainerReviewing a Transformers movie is a bit like reviewing a toy. In fact, it's exactly like reviewing a toy.
San Diego Reader
6/27/2014 by Matthew LickonaAction can be exciting. But chaos gets boring fast.
New York Magazine/Vulture
6/27/2014 by David EdelsteinTransformers: Age of Extinction is nearly three %$^&%!!# hours, and they're brain-freezing.
Globe and Mail
6/27/2014 by Dave McGinnWell before it finished I was numb from its bludgeoning excess.
6/27/2014 by James BerardinelliThis is as excruciating a movie as is likely to be experienced by anyone, anywhere.
6/27/2014 by Scott BowlesThe Transformers are brilliant, brave, world-conquering space travelers. Time to morph into something entertaining.
6/27/2014 by David HiltbrandGo if you must, but bring earplugs.
Los Angeles Times
6/26/2014 by Betsy SharkeyIt's still not a great movie, but it is, most definitely, full-metal Bay.
6/26/2014 by Richard RoeperIt is one of the most relentless movies I have ever seen. It just refuses to end.
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