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Paramount releases Transformers augmented reality experience

Paramount Home Media Distribution today unveiled a free augmented reality experience for iOS app users, coinciding with the release of the Transformers films Transformers, Transformers: Dark of the Moon, Transformers: Age of Extinction and Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen on 4K Ultra HD.

Created by Viacom’s Vr team Viacom Next using Apple ARKit technology, the app incorporates content from the latest film in the blockbuster series, Transformers: The Last Knight. The app overlays 3D graphics onto a user’s surrounding physical space, designed as the virtual junkyard of protagonist Cade Yeager as seen in Transformers: The Last Knight. Players control the actions of Bumblebee, directing his movement while hitting, blowing up and interacting with various objects, which can be added to expand the interactive environment.

“This augmented reality experience gives fans the chance to interact with the Transformers universe in a new and exciting way,” said Howard Hsieh, Vice President,
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Win ‘Mariah Carey’s All I Want For Christmas Is You’ On Blu-ray

Out now on Blu-ray, DVD, and Digital Download from Universal 1440 Entertainment, a production entity of Universal Pictures Home Entertainment is Mariah Carey’s All I Want for Christmas is You, and we have three copies of the festive film on Blu-ray to give away.

Narrated and executive produced by Mariah Carey, the animated family film follows little Mariah as she chases her dream of having a puppy of her very own, making her ultimate wish for Christmas come true.

Joining Mariah Carey is an extraordinarily talented, dynamic and lovable voice cast including Breanna Yde (“School of Rock,” “The Haunted Hathaways”) as little Mariah; Henry Winkler (“Happy Days,” “Royal Pains”) as Grandpa Bill; Lacey Chabert (Mean Girls, “Party of Five”) as Mariah’s mother Penelope; and Phil Morris (“Smallville,” “Seinfeld”) as Mariah’s father Bud; along with Laya Hayes (“Doc McStuffins,” Sister Code) as Mariah’s friend Vicky and Keiko Agena (“Gilmore Girls,
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Megan Fox Regrets Getting Fired from Transformers Franchise

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Megan Fox Regrets Getting Fired from Transformers Franchise
Megan Fox recently opened up about her diva-like behavior that got her fired from the Transformers franchise. The now 31-year old actress is currently filming her new movie, Shadow Girl, but back in 2009, she was the star of the hugely successful Transformers movie series. Fox now calls her experience working on those sci-fi-fi adventures, as well as the fallout, a giant learning experience, though she didn't see that at the time. Megan Fox now looks back at getting fired from Transformers as the low point in her career.

Megan Fox recently sat down for an interview with Cosmopolitan U.K. where she detailed why getting fired from Transformers and her diva-like behavior was the low point of her career. Fox had this to say.

"That was absolutely the low point of my career. But without, 'that thing,' I wouldn't have learned as quickly as I did. All I had to do was apologize,
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Megan Fox on Getting Fired from Transformers: ‘That Was Absolutely the Low Point of My Career'

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Megan Fox on Getting Fired from Transformers: ‘That Was Absolutely the Low Point of My Career'
Megan Fox is opening up about getting fired from the Transformers movie franchise.

“That was absolutely the low point of my career,” Fox, 31, said in an interview with Cosmopolitan UK. “But without — ‘that thing,’ I wouldn’t have learned as quickly as I did. All I had to do was apologize — and I refused. I was so self-righteous at 23, I couldn’t see it was for the greater good. I really thought I was Joan of Arc.”

In 2009, Fox was fired from Transformers: Dark of the Moon and was replaced by Rosie Huntington-Whiteley. Her exit came shortly after Fox told
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Five Things You Didn’t Know about Lamonica Garrett

Lamonica Garrett is an American actor who has appeared in numerous TV shows as well as Transformers: Dark of the Moon. Currently, he is playing roles in Designated Survivor as well as The Last Ship, both of which started up in 2016. Here are five things that you may or may not have known about Lamonica Garrett: Has Been Entertaining Since He Was a Student Garrett has stated that becoming an actor was a natural choice of career for him. This was because he was entertaining others on a constant basis when he was still a student. Sometimes, this saw

Five Things You Didn’t Know about Lamonica Garrett
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Transformers: The Last Knight passes $600 million at the global box office

It may not have enjoyed the same kind of success as the previous instalments in the series, but Paramount Pictures and Michael Bay’s Transformers: The Last Knight has now reached the $600 million milestone at the global box office.

The Last Knight has grossed $601.1 million around the world, with $130.1 million domestically (a franchise low) and $471 million from international markets. The original Transformers grossed $709.7 million back in 2007, followed by Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen with $836.3 million in 2009, Transformers: Age of Extinction with $1.104 billion in 2014, and 2011’s Transformers: Dark of the Moon setting a franchise high of $1.124 million in 2011.

Next up from the series is Transformers Universe: Bumblebee, which is set for release on December 21st 2018.

See Also: Transformers: The Last Knight Blu-ray details and special features revealed

The Last Knight shatters the core myths of the Transformers franchise and redefines what it means to be a hero. Humans and Transformers are at war,
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Transformers: The Last Knight Seeks the Allspark at Home

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Hollywood, Calif. – Called “incredibly entertaining” (Daniel Eagan, Film Journal International) and filled with “non-stop action from start to finish” (Emily Engberg, ABC-tv, Kstp), director Michael Bay’s Transformers: The Last Knight explodes on 4K Ultra HD, Blu-ray, and Blu-ray 3D Combo Packs September 26, 2017 from Paramount Home Media Distribution. The groundbreaking adventure will also be available as part of the Transformers’ 5-movie Blu-Ray Collection arriving September 26. The film arrives two weeks early on Digital HD September 12.

Transformers: The Last Knight shatters the core myths of the Transformers franchise, and redefines what it means to be a hero. Humans and Transformers are at war, Optimus Prime is gone. The key to saving our future lies buried in the secrets of the past, in the hidden history of Transformers on Earth. Saving our world falls upon the shoulders of an unlikely alliance: Cade Yeager (Mark Wahlberg); Bumblebee; an English Lord
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Transformers 5 Blu-Ray and DVD Release Date, Details Announced

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Called "incredibly entertaining" (Daniel Eagan, Film Journal International) and filled with "non-stop action from start to finish" (Emily Engberg, ABC-tv, Kstp), director Michael Bay's Transformers: The Last Knight explodes on 4K Ultra HD, Blu-ray, and Blu-ray 3D Combo Packs September 26, 2017 from Paramount Home Media Distribution. The groundbreaking adventure will also be available as part of the Transformers' 5-Movie Blu-ray Collection arriving September 26. The film arrives two weeks early on Digital HD September 12.

Transformers: The Last Knight shatters the core myths of the Transformers franchise, and redefines what it means to be a hero. Humans and Transformers are at war, Optimus Prime is gone. The key to saving our future lies buried in the secrets of the past, in the hidden history of Transformers on Earth. Saving our world falls upon the shoulders of an unlikely alliance: Cade Yeager (Mark Wahlberg); Bumblebee; an English Lord (Sir Anthony Hopkins
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Xbox Live Deals with Gold for August 8th to August 14th 2017

This weeks Xbox Live Deals with Gold have went live for all the Gold subscribers, starting this morning on Xbox One and Xbox 360; take a look at this week’s list and let us know your thoughts on the offerings.

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Rosie Huntington-Whitely In "Vogue"

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Sneak Peek Brit super-model/actress Rosie Huntington-Whiteley, co-star of director George Miller's Oscar winning "Mad Max: Fury Road" in "Vogue Brasil", posing for photographer Henrique Gendre:

Huntington-Whiteley is best known for her work for lingerie retailers "Victoria's Secret" and "Burberry" and her role as 'Carly Spencer' in director Michael Bay's 2011 feature "Transformers: Dark of the Moon".

Starting out as a model, Huntington-Whitely remained unknown in the fashion industry until 2008, when she replaced model Agyness Deyn for Burberry's autumn/winter campaign. 

She received her first British Vogue cover (November 2008) alongside Eden Clark and Jourdan Dunn in a feature celebrating British models. 

The following year, she was featured as the face of the "Karen Millen" spring/summer 2009 advertising campaign. 

She received an 'Elle Style Award' as 2009's "Model of the Year".

Huntington-Whitely then starred in the short film "Love Me Tender" for lingerie retailer "Agent Provocateur" playing a
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Five Things You Didn’t Know about Julie White

Some people might recognize American actress Julie White as the woman who played the character Sam Witwicky’s mother in Transformers, Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen, and Transformers: Dark of the Moon. However, it is important to note that she is not just an acclaimed stage actress but also someone who continues to appear in a wide range of both movies and TV shows. Here are five things that you may or may not have known about Julie White: Grew Up in Austin, TX As a child, White lived in the city of Austin until she started attending college in San

Five Things You Didn’t Know about Julie White
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An unstoppable feat: Aamir Khan’s Dangal crosses highest ever 2000 Crore mark!

From being the highest grossing film in Bollywood 2016 to becoming the highest grossing Indian film in the international market historically, Dangal has come a long way! In a short time, Nitesh Tiwary’s directorial movie Dangal, which hit the Indian box office in December 2016, released in the Chinese market to a massive reception from the critics and the audiences. Not only did it set the cash registers ringing, it also one upped the Hollywood movies like Transformers: Dark of the Moon and Jungle Book. According to sources, the movie’s collections stand at a total of $307 Million worldwide, approximately Inr 2000 Crores. That’s huge! Not only that, the movie, which is a biopic on wrestler Mahavir Phogat and his champion daughters in the making is the only Indian movie in the list of Forbes’ highest grossing movies at the Chinese Box Office. Starring Aamir Khan in the lead with debutante
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He's Here! Jason Statham and Rosie Huntington-Whiteley Welcome Son Jack Oscar — See His First Photo

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He's Here! Jason Statham and Rosie Huntington-Whiteley Welcome Son Jack Oscar — See His First Photo
Jason Statham and Rosie Huntington-Whiteley are parents!

The engaged couple welcomed their first child, son Jack Oscar Statham, on Saturday, June 24, according to a sweet black-and-white photo posted to Huntington-Whiteley’s Instagram account Wednesday.

“Our little man arrived! Jack Oscar Statham 8.8lbs on Saturday June 24th. ❤️,” the new mom captioned the photo, which shows 4-day-old baby Jack grasping his mom’s fingers.

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The English actor, 49, and model/actress,
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Transformers 5 Wins the Weekend Box Office with $45.3M

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Transformers 5 Wins the Weekend Box Office with $45.3M
Paramount rolled out its fifth Transformers movie this weekend, and while it came out on top at the box office, it did so with the lowest opening in franchise history. Transformers: The Last Knight won its first box office weekend with an estimated $45.3 million. Its five-day opening, after debuting on Wednesday, June 21, comes in at $69 million, which itself is just below the $70.5 million three day opening for the first Transformers movie, which opened in theaters almost exactly 10 years ago.

Box Office Mojo reports that the fifth Transformers movie earned a solid $11,133 per-screen average from 4,069 theaters, but much like its predecessors, the movie suffered with critics, earning just a 15% rating from the critics at Rotten Tomatoes. Still, this entire franchise has proven to be "critic-proof, with each movie earning a "Rotten" rating, while it has also proven its mettle in the overseas market. The movie has performed much better in international markets,
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'Transformers 5' Opens with Franchise Low as 'Wonder Woman' Surpasses 'Batman v Superman' Domestically

'Transformers 5' Opens with Franchise Low as 'Wonder Woman' Surpasses 'Batman v Superman' Domestically
Paramount's Transformers: The Last Knight took the #1 spot this weekend as expected, but that opening was the lowest the franchise has seen thus far by a rather significant margin as a lot of attention will now turn toward the film's international run. Meanwhile, WB's Wonder Woman is still tearing up the box office as it has now become the highest grossing release within the DC Extended Universe and it is showing little sign of stopping. Only one of the previous four Transformers features opened on a Wednesday and that was 2011's Transformers: Dark of the Moon, the third feature in the now five-film franchise, and it debuted with $162.6 million over its first five days in release, $97.8 million of that from the three-day weekend. By contrast, Transformers: The Last Knight brought in a mere $69.1 million over its first five days in release, an estimated $45.3 million of which over the three-day weekend.
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Tranformers 5 Scores Huge Opening Day Box Office in China

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Tranformers 5 Scores Huge Opening Day Box Office in China
While Paramount's Transformers 5 just suffered its worst opening day in franchise history, there may be a silver lining because it's looking to open huge in China. The action-packed sequel directed by Michael Bay has pulled in $41 million on its opening day Friday in China, and when factoring in Thursday sneak previews, the first-day gross is at $47 million. That figure is far below the domestic opening day tally of $15.5 million, a franchise low, and the $23 million two-day tally from Wednesday and Thursday combined. This huge debut in China could certainly mean that Transformers: The Last Knight will follow in the box office footsteps of its predecessor, 2014's Transformers: Age of Extinction, which had a franchise low domestic total but flourished overseas, particularly in China.

Variety reports that Transformers: The Last Knight represented 89% of the entire Chinese market in its opening day, according to the Chinese box office tracking service China Box Office.
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Transformers 5 Disappoints with Lowest Opening Day in Franchise History

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Transformers 5 Disappoints with Lowest Opening Day in Franchise History
Things are not looking great for the Transformers franchise at the box office. At least not domestically. Transformers: The Last Knight has just arrived in theaters and, unfortunately for Paramount, the results are not awesome so far. Transformers 5 has actually managed to put up the lowest first day ever at the box office for the franchise, which doesn't necessarily bode well for the studio's lofty plans moving forward.

According to Deadline, Transformers: The Last Knight pulled in just $15.65 million, including $5.5 million from Wednesday night previews. That isn't just a franchise low, it is less than half of what the second-worst Transformers movie pulled in, which was 2007's original Transformers movie with $36.6 million. The other three Transformers movies all pulled in significantly more on their opening day, with 2009's Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen nabbing a series-best $62 million, 2011's Transformers: Dark of the Moon bringing in a still huge $43.2 million and 2014's Transformers: Age of Extinction managing a comparable $41.8 million.

Interest in the U.S. has been falling off for the Transformers movies for a while now, but this drop off for Transformers: The Last Knight still seems somewhat shocking. Typically, one might look to poor reviews and blame them for such bad numbers, but Transformers is a bit of an interesting case. The franchise has never done particularly well with critics (every movie is currently Rotten on Rotten Tomatoes), but that hasn't kept the movies from making bank at the box office. So, looking at the abysmal 16 percent approval rating from critics may be partially to blame for the decline, though, considering the history of the Transformers movies and financial success, despite critics hating them, that doesn't seem like the main reason. One would probably point to general fatigue with the franchise at this point, and that could be problematic.

Right now Paramount has some huge plans for the future of the Transformers franchise. They are getting ready to go into production on a Bumblebee spin-off movie that will take place in the 80s, and they have already confirmed Transformers 6 will come out in 2019. Michael Bay said not that long ago that, thanks to a writer's room that was assembled by Paramount in 2015, they have 14 potential Transformers movies mapped out. Should this trend continue, those plans may never see the light of day. Or we could be seeing a total reboot.

However, there is the foreign box office to consider, which has become increasingly more important to movies like Transformers: The Last Knight in recent years. The first Transformers made a total of $709.7 million worldwide, with $319.2, or 45 percent of the total gross, coming from domestic audiences. Looking at Transformers: Age of Extinction, which wound up being the top grossing movie of 2014 worldwide, only 22.2 percent, or $245.4 million of the $1.1 billion total box office was domestic. Paramount is going to be relying even more heavily on foreign markets this time around. Transformers: The Last Knight is expected to make somewhere in the neighborhood of $65 million total this weekend, and that is definitely not what we've come to expect from Optimus Prime and the gang.
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Transformers: The Last Knight box office falls short

Simon Brew Jun 26, 2017

Michael Bay's latest Transformers movie is hardly a failure, but its opening weekend suggests a franchise in decline...

As expected, the box office take for Transformers: The Last Knight was notably down on its predecessor across its five day opening in the Us. It brought in $69m of business in America. Across a three-day opening weekend, Transformers: Age Of Extinction had landed $100m, on its way to a $245m Us box office take.

Transformers: The Last Knight will fall short of that, and its box office was down in most territories around the globe. The salvation for Paramount Pictures came with a huge opening in China, where the film snared $123.4m alone. That’s a massive chunk of the movie’s current $196.2m take.

Currently, all totted up, Transformers: The Last Knight’s gross stands at $265m. That’s hardly a failure, it’s just
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‘Transformers: The Last Knight’ Review: Here’s the Most Ridiculous Hollywood Movie of the Year

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‘Transformers: The Last Knight’ Review: Here’s the Most Ridiculous Hollywood Movie of the Year
Transformers: The Last Knight” opens in medieval times with a drunken Merlin (Stanley Tucci) and closes with a futuristic man-versus-aliens showdown set in Stonehenge. In between those ludicrous scenarios, director Michael Bay’s fifth entry in the most overproduced movie franchise of the 21st century stuffs in a new love interest for Mark Wahlberg, a deep space journey to a robotic villainess intent on destroying mankind, and a robotic British butler with martial arts skills operating at the whims of Anthony Hopkins. It’s an unabashed freewheeling mess of CGI explosions, fast-talking strategies and shiny metal monstrosities clashing in epic battles. And it’s actually kind of fun, in an infuriating sort of way, to watch the most ridiculous Hollywood movie of the year do its thing.

Here’s the thing about the “Transformers” movies. Bay managed to drag a nostalgia-laden franchise best known for the toys it inspired into the 21st century in part by not taking the premise too seriously. That changed after the success of the first live action installment 10 years ago; “Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen” and “Transformers: Dark of the Moon” turned the playfulness of the earlier entries into a gleaming mass of commercial showmanship; each runs well over two and a half hours, and “The Last Knight” is no exception.

But the craziest thing about the movie is that it practically dares audiences to grow anxious while watching its restless, bloated contents, and keeps tossing out shiny nuggets of entertainment to cloak from the overwhelming ridiculousness in spectacle. The closest thing in American movies to an epic, Bollywood-style genre mashup, “The Last Knight” continues the trend of the series in borrowing liberally from every filmic tradition possible in the quest to crush all competition and leave viewers with the sense that they don’t need to see anything else, ever. That underlying implication is made all the more infuriating because Bay excels at the aesthetic of distraction, with the masculine intensity of a jock and the soothing words of a hypnotist: Sit back, relax, and enjoy the stupid ride. What, you don’t like fun movies?

Bay’s craftsmanship is impeccable, but per usual, the real stars of the show remain the wizards at Industrial Light & Magic responsible for the range of special effects. The degree of visual information crammed into every frame never ceases to amaze, particularly when enjoyed on an IMAX screen capable of conveying the full scale. It helps that the ongoing story has gotten to the point where Transformers have blossomed around the globe, providing an excuse to unleash so many dazzling images the brain can’t possibly process them all at once.

At the end of the third movie, Transformers leader Optimus Prime left Earth for a mysterious journey back to his home planet, leaving Earth at odds with the remaining Transformers inhabitants as they hid from the law while defending the planet from an onslaught of Decepticons. In other words, we’ve gone beyond the “Age of Extinction” singled out in the 2014 movie and headed into post-apocalyptic territory: Since defending Transformers has been outlawed, rascally inventor Cade Yeager (Wahlberg) hides out in a junkyard with the usual motley gang of tower-sized defenders, including the ever-endearing Bumblebee (still eager to find a new voice box).

Bay’s mastered the art of showcasing these beings and their colorful personalities so well that he could easily craft a digitally-enhanced comedy about passive-aggressive Transformers with roommate problems and call it a day. But bigger things are at stake! Or, at least, more plot is necessary to drive the ongoing perception that this giant mass of moving images deserves your 20 bucks.

Summarizing a Transformers movie is a good way to fall prey to its traps, but here goes: At some point while running from the law, Cade is kidnapped by the mysterious Sir Edmund Burton (Anthony Hopkins, doing a kooky riff on his “Westworld” character), who maintains a group of aging robots stretching back millennia and belongs to a secret society of humans who have protected the secret of the Transformers’ existence. (These include Da Vinci, Shakespeare and Harriet Tubman, all of whom might have provided more ambitious fodder for a framing device than Tucci’s Merlin, but hey, there’s plenty of time for more sequels.)

In any case, Cade saved a medieval Transformer space traveler who gifted the human with a protective amulet dating back to Merlin’s days, so now the inventor’s a genuine superhero. He’s paired with spicy British academic Vivian Wembley (Laura Haddock), a Merlin descendant whose knowledge of the lore informs her understanding of Wahlberg’s qualifications to save Merlin’s magical wand from an incoming alien invasion. Bay’s flimsy capacity for directing substantial women roles gets especially dicey here, with a cardboard cutout version of a brainy academic who ultimately melts into Wahlberg’s arms. Make no mistake: These movies are the most sensationalistic illustrations of the male gaze in history.

They’re also terribly reductive. When Cade and Vivian aren’t scrambling, “Indiana Jones”-style, to comprehend an Arthurian legend, a neurotic scientist played by “Veep” funnyman Tony Hale urges the government to do something about the invaders from space. As if this watered-down “Independence Day” scenario weren’t enough, the movie keeps veering off in jagged directions. At one point, we meet a range of Decepticon villains released from jail to take down the Transformers, a robotic Suicide Squad with names like Nitro Zeus and Dread bot who vanish almost as quickly as they’re introduced.

But, you know, who cares? It’s a “Transformers” movie! More coherent than “Age of Extinction,” the third act of which took place in Beijing for no other apparent reason than to outsource the production to China, “The Last Night” lands a lot of good laughs with its cartoonish robots and equally over-the-top chemistry between its two leads. Hopkins’ character is even helped along by a senile robot named Cogman, an unapologetic C-3Po ripoff whose very existence proves that Bay thinks nothing is sacred in his plundering of cinematic traditions. In these transparent times, when the ills of capitalism are no longer hidden under the guise of moral superiority, the sheer absurd cash grab of “The Last Knight” feels like more than just a commercial coup. It’s the zeitgeist. Just go with it.

Or don’t. In 2007, audiences keen on “Transformers” counterprogramming went to see “The Hurt Locker.” This time, “Transformers: The Last Knight” opens the same weekend as “The Big Sick,” a smart and intimate romcom that transforms those formulaic traditions into a more personal story about the travails of an interracial couple. As summer crowdpleasers go, it’s a lot more credible than “The Last Knight” — and the contrast between the two movies couldn’t be more extreme. One carries the implication that the modern world is a complex place in which the process of discovering new people and ideas leads to bountiful rewards. The other rejects all that and implores you to settle for a flashier version of the same old thing.

Grade: C

Transformers: The Last Knight” opens nationwide on June 20, 2017.

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'Transformers: The Last Knight': What the Critics Are Saying

'Transformers: The Last Knight': What the Critics Are Saying
Early reviews are in for Transformers: The Last Knight, the fifth film in the Michael Bay-directed action franchise, and it's not looking good.

The film currently has a 17 percent and counting on Rotten Tomatoes, with a Metacritic score of 29 based on 32 total reviews so far. The Hasbro toys-inspired franchise is no stranger to those kinds of numbers, with the last two films in the series —Transformers: Age of Extinction and Transformers: Dark of the Moon — receiving an 18 percent and 35 percent on Rotten Tomatoes, respectively.

According to The Hollywood Reporter's Frank Scheck,...
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