Review: Transformers: The Last Knight (Michael Bay, 2017)

Transformers: The Last Knight makes no sense, but somehow still makes more sense than the previous film, Age Of Extinction. In almost only that sense, it is a success.

There are glimmers of theoretically enjoyable daftness scattered throughout, but the trouble is there’s about ten different films crammed in: one about the hunt for an artefact that can destroy Earth but restore Cybertron; one about a legend-sceptic professor (Laura Haddock) discovering she’s connected to legends that are indeed real; one where a Transformer dragon aids King Arthur; one where Bumblebee fights Nazis; a Decepticon riff on Suicide Squad; one where Michael Bay seems to just be remaking Armageddon

Full review for SciFiNow

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