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Transformers The Last Knight




Transformers The Last Knight 


If you have been reading reviews over the last few months you know we purchased a variety of products on Black Friday 2017 for reviews. Transformers The Last Knight is one of those products. For the entire FFG Haul video please click here. It takes 154 minutes to watch Transformers The Last Knight. There is also a small scene in the credits that leads me to think there will be at least one more movie in this franchise.

Transformers The Last Knight has plenty of robot violence and action. All of these Transformers keep coming to Earth. They are hunted by this group of humans called the TRF. Autobots hide thanks to help from Cade Yeager. Megatron is back and eventually so is Optimus Prime. A new mysterious female robot (Quintessa) is revealed on Cybertron. She wants to suck the life out of the Earth to save Cybertron. Unicron also makes a sleepy appearance in Transformers The Last Knight.

The issues families can have with Transformers The Last Knight are violence, bad language, lack of attire, blood, enticement to lust, murder, hate, and more. Transformers The Last Knight has a lot of bad language. Some of the worst words too. Why was that needed? It really hurts this movie, and descends it into only for worldly adults. The enticement to lust is lower in Transformers The Last Knight than previous Transformer movies.

Transformers The Last Knight teaches that Merlin made a deal with a Transformer to keep them safe. In return these robot knights merge into a giant three headed dragon and save King Arthur. Cade Yeager becomes the last knight in an attempt to stop Quintessa from destroying the planet Earth. The theme of destroying Earth to save Cybertron comes through again in Transformers The Last Knight.

Transformers The Last Knight leaves me with so many questions. How does Megatron keep coming back to life? If Bumblebee could speak at that one moment without a sound box, why can't he speak normally at other instances? The Decepticons seems like minor characters in Transformers The Last Knight to me. Of course humans siding with Decepticons made little sense to me.
- Paul


Graphics: 50%
Sound: 40%
Replay/Extras: 70%
Gameplay: 60%
Family Friendly Factor: 50%

System: Blu-ray/DVD
Publisher: Paramount
Developer: Bonaventura Pictures
Rating: ‘PG-13’ for Parental Guidance suggested if under 13 years of age {For violence and Intense Sequences of Sci-Fi Action, Language, and Some Innuedo}

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