It's been two years since the last Transformers movie and now Michael Bay has delivered the latest film in the franchise - is this one going to give me a headache ? You can see my review here in 3D (well nearly)

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  • Comment number 125. Posted by Ryan Pollard

    on 21 Feb 2012 14:18

    To quote Kermit the Frog, "I believe this what you might call your running gag".

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  • Comment number 124. Posted by Surfergirl

    on 21 Feb 2012 08:42

    Rumours of a new project: Michael Bay directs Downton Abbey, The Movie.....................

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  • Comment number 123. Posted by Surfergirl

    on 21 Feb 2012 08:37

    Ok what's all the fuss about? ........!!! Never seen any of these, my mum won't let me. Is the good Dr K giving up ranting for Lent? Maybe silent protests would be a creative but equally effective form of protest. Look forward to handflapping extravaganza this Friday.

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  • Comment number 122. Posted by Filmhead

    on 2 Aug 2011 12:22

    Mr Kermode, I am shocked and a little pleasantly surprised. You said the first 20 minutes of the film has something resembling a plot? That's the kindest thing I've heard you say about a Transformers movie. There's hope for you yet

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  • Comment number 121. Posted by sossige

    on 28 Jul 2011 06:35

    Sometimes I can't get out of my car because I'm enjoying the music I'm listening to too much.

    I've never stayed in my car to hear a film review in its entirety...until your review (11mins?) of Transformers 3.

    I was, and still am, speachless with admiration.

    Thank you!

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  • Comment number 120. Posted by dsm32

    on 22 Jul 2011 12:28

    There's only one letter that separates 'hit' from 's**t'. Michael Bay seems to like using the entire alphabet.

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  • Comment number 119. Posted by james

    on 14 Jul 2011 07:16

    this is a better review

    http://www.411mania.com/movies/film_reviews/192525

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  • Comment number 118. Posted by james

    on 14 Jul 2011 06:36

    'Mark Kermode is the UK's leading film critic' you must be joking, shall i post my review of the kings speech on here in video format? It will be a cup of tea with a saucer and maybe a fancy looking spoon for the 3d effect

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  • Comment number 117. Posted by Henry McGeough

    on 11 Jul 2011 14:29

    Wasn't that bad I like explosions and action. I watched it in 3D and again in 2D, my preference is 2D. I have Cineworld card so I can watch as many movies as I want, except paying extra for 3D. When I get a choice I usually watch i 2D.

    The problem is Transformers makes bucket loads of money, while this is the case that and more sequels is what Hollywood want to make, they are in it for the money.

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  • Comment number 116. Posted by Arch Stanton

    on 7 Jul 2011 19:36

    Michael Bay. Don't get me started. Particularly as my therapist informs me I've made real progress since 2001's 'Pearl Harbour'. ;-)

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