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The Transformers movies of late are rubbish, but at least they look good. This 10-minute VFX supercut lets you watch every single robot transformation the trilogy has had to offer us so far. That Michael Bay sure does like explosions and transforming cars…
Ask someone here in Vegas about what they’ve liked at CES this year and you’ll probably only hear two words: Michael Bay. He stormed off stage during a Samsung press conference, and now he’s briefly explained why.
Oh God. Where to begin describing what’s wrong with Michael Bay’s Transformers? CinemaSins has quite a job to do with this one. Thankfully, they nail it as always. Get in here and start Bay-shaming with us.
Can you imagine the devastation caused by a morning swig of the “Bay in a can” energy drink? Urban Outfitters would have to amp production of denim shorty-shorts to dangerous levels at the very least.
It’s hard being Michael Bay, what with all the money he needs to count and women he needs to objectify. Plus, one shitty, loud, oversaturated three-hour car commercial is as good as the next, so you can’t really blame the guy for re-using footage from one in another. He’s got robot testicles to design!
I mean, who’s really looking forward to Transformers 3? Really? Really?! Anyway, turns out James Cameron is to blame, with Bay saying “years ago, Jim Cameron called me and told me I needed to do 3D. I told him no!”