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My Transformers Review

Monday, July 02, 2007



    Transformers was awesome. The fact that I had free tickets from Westplextoday.com made it more awesome of course, but it was still awesome. The experience starts out awesome before Transformers even begins. There's a short trailer for the secret J.J. Abrams project opening on 1-18-08. The title is never mentioned, but here's a post about the project, "Cloverfield". Anyways, the movie is kinda long at over two hours, but it moves really fast. There are quite a few hilarious moments, especially the incredibly awkward scene revolving around "Sam's happy time". Bernie Mac has a pretty funny scene involving "grandma" and there are quite a few one-liners scattered throughout. Anyways, I am obviously not a professional movie reviewer but still Transformers is well worth seeing.

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