No, it’s not a birthday party.
I think we can all agree that Michael Bay is to subtlety and restraint what Joseph Stalin was to…subtlety and restraint. Am I calling Michael Bay the Joseph Stalin of filmmaking, or implying that Bay might even be Joseph Stalin reincarnated? Yes, I am saying that.
Whatchya gonna do?
It would seem with this installment of Transformers, many critics sought to create a backlash against the backlash, insisting that many criticisms against the films and franchise were too harsh,…
He’s pretty much a walking knife.
With “Transformers: Age of Extinction” on the horizon, it’s time to buckle up and relive Michael Bay’s loud, underwritten, headache-inducing follow-up to the first “Transformers.” Seriously. It gave all of us headaches.
This is like hating mayonnaise, then finding out your sandwich has mayonnaise on it, then being kicked in the balls.
I like turtles.
It’s another kick in the balls.
It’s definitely a Michael Bay film.
If you ever wanted to see Optimus Prime ride a dinosaur like a horse, here’s your chance.
Leaning more cool than rude.
If you wanna make an omelette, you’re gonna have to get hit with some air conditioners.
This headline is like Pavlov’s bell to Vin Diesel and/or Paul Walker.
Then why did he say it was about aliens a few months ago?
Michael Bay does not apologize.
And that show will probably be sponsored by Pepsi.
At least he didn’t cast Ken Jeong.
It’s funny because the fat characters act like normal, sexy people.
I heard the tank top budget on this film was in the millions.
Oh, I hope he plays someone bemused and befuddled.
Hollywood’s new besties.
Even when he’s trying to be a good guy, he delves into dickdom.
The sanctity of ‘Transformers 4′ is being threatened with commercialism.
Remember Bumblebee? Well this is Caterpillar. He’s mischievous and fun. Buy his toy.
Well, everyone knows Battleship died at the box office. What this trailer presupposes is… maybe it didn’t.
Honesty is the best policy. Especially when talking about giant robots from space…