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builds to a long robot battle royale that eats up the third act, as always. But Bay, learning from the last film digital blur, slows down the action to let us see the machinery of war and pulls off some epic stunts to go with the effects paratroopers swooping into Chicago on wingsuits.

Dark of the Moon

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Yeah, the story is one big in the Machine tale: heroic but hapless humans waiting for robot rescue. It all spectacle, and too much of it at 2 hours. The sound effects don match the visuals in scale, and 3 D adds only depth, not gimmicks, to this summer epic. The gear grinding finale is well done, but so protracted that one might hope that hope that Bay Co. have finally gotten this out of their system, and that maybe Hollywood will be shamed into not foisting another or its ilk on us for a few years.

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only the second most tone deaf thing here. Having real life lunar explorer Buzz Aldrin on hand to legitimize the bogus NASA history is the first. to the Kennedy Space Center to piece together this alternate version of the Space Race, he meets an array of great character players from the returning John Turturro, as an ex CIA conspiracy buff, to Frances McDormand, as a new intelligence chief. Yes, Malkovich steals his scenes. Unless he in them with the hilarious Ken Jeong of Hangover movies.

Hearing Mr. Spock repeat lines from Trek movies in robot form in this context is Air Max 90 Og Reverse Infrared

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just want to matter, says young Sam (LaBeouf), a two time planetary hero reduced to begging for work from the likes of John Malkovich. job because he has traded the bombshell girlfriend played by Megan Fox for a higher end model (Rosie Huntington Whiteley) who wears short, tight clothes and only has one big scene in which we note that she a model, not an actress.

history and re decorates Chicago with a gusto as over the top as any hammy Shia LaBeouf rant, rave or riff. Hey, what an Nike Air Max 90 Premium White

All the technical promise of decades of invade thrillers, from Day through Lost Angeles, and the best comic character actors money can buy serve Dark of the Moon well. The funniest, best executed film in the talking, bleeding, Earth protecting robots that look like cars and trucks series, delivers the popcorn in gigantic fistfuls of fun.

is CODE PINK, Jeong character shrieks, in FLOYD. Yeah, he making a Side of the Moon joke for the classic rock crowd.

It as head slappingly stupid as ever, a product placement action film with a Camaro as a hero and assorted other motoring makes as villains. But Michael Bay cartoon come to life co opts NASA Nike Air Max Glow In The Dark Shoes

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The Autobots are ever vigilant, though there are those (Bill O of Fox News among them) who want them exiled. And if you have any recollection of the old TV cartoon, you know that those darned Decepticons are never quite fully vanquished. This time, there a buried spaceship on the Moon, a half century long NASA cover up and the revival of an ancient leader, Sentinel Prime (discomfitingly voiced by the great Vulcan himself, Leonard Nimoy).

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That isn topped until we hang out with the great Alan Tudyk ( to Yuma and at a Funeral as he slings a fey Dutch accent as a fixer assistant to Turturro conspiracy buff.

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