Thursday, June 30, 2011

Transformers: Dark of The Moon

Transformers: Dark Of The Moon is the better sequel than Revenge of the Fallen. I enjoyed Revenge Of The Fallen but I find Dark Of The Moon more intense and climactic. Rosie Huntingon-Whitely was a good choice as Carly in the movie. Carly was a revived character from the Transformers series back in the 80's. Coincidentally, Rosie was also this year's sexiest woman in the world in a men's magazine just like former Transformers star Megan Fox, who played Mikaela Banes in the first two movies.

Although there are new bots, some who survived the previous movies were not part of the third movie. The third movie reminded me of an episode of the original Transformers series but was made better. The new character, Sentinel Prime, differed from the Sentinel Prime of Transformers Animated. Sentinel Prime was voiced by Leonard Nimoy who is no stranger to Transformers when he did the voice of Galvatron in Transformers The Movie. Sentinel Prime also resembles a Transformers series character, Alpha Trion. 
Alpha Trion in the Transformers original series

It's also surprising that quoted in the movie was "All Hail, Megatron" which was a story arc of the Transformers comics. I was only able to watch on a regular cinema at Greenbelt 1 so I can't compare watching in a 3D cinema but whether you decide to watch in 3D or 2D, you can still avail of the tech gadget raffle promo when you watch Transformers: Dark of the Moon in any cinema.

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