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Transformers: Age of Extinction

ages 13+ | 29 % Say It's Worth Your Time

After an epic battle, a great city lies in ruins, but the Earth itself is saved. As humanity begins to pick up the pieces, a shadowy group emerges to try to take control of history. Meanwhile, an ancient and powerful new menace sets its sights on Earth. A new group of humans, led by Cade Yeager (Mark Wahlberg), helps Optimus Prime (Peter Cullen) ]and the Autobots rise up to meet their most fearsome challenge yet: a worldwide war of good versus evil.


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Rated PG-13 Language|Brief Innuendo|Sci-Fi Violence and Action

  • 3 of 10 Sex & Nudity
  • 7 of 10 Violence & Gore
  • 5 of 10 Profanity

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  • (Female)

    ages 13+ | Not Worth Your Time

    Grade: B In a Nutshell: Lots and lots of flying, crashing, exploding metal. I thought it was funny when an old man at the beginning of the movie sells pieces of his old, abandoned theater to Cade, who builds things out of old trash, and says “Sequels are a bunch of crap.” Transformers fans will enjoy another round of twisted steel, but others may not endure this long, loud, 4th installment of Michael Bay’s Transformers franchise. Among the new characters added in an attempt to add a fresh take are a Samari who quotes Haiku and a John Goodman voiced Autobot who spits out wisecracks as he chomps on his electronic cigar, one of the few items not used for product placement in the film. Good and evil Transformers battle for 2 ½ hours in what feels like a Godzilla movie vs. Aliens meets Jurassic Park. Uplifting theme: There are several positive messages that run throughout the movie, including overcoming greed, living and fighting with honor, the importance of family, and how you better pick the right aliens as your friends if you want to survive. Ha ha Things I liked: • You get to see lots of close-up transformations which are extremely cool. • I’m always happy to see Mark Wahlberg, Kelsey Grammer and Stanley Tucci in anything. • There are a lot of cool aerial views. • I thought the high-rise buildings in Beijing were interesting. • Awesome, but short sequence at the beginning with dinosaurs. • Did you notice the “Got ammo?” bumper sticker on the Autobot truck? Things I didn’t like: • Shia LaBeouf is one of the most talented young actors of today, but does not appear in this movie. Unfortunately, he’s been too busy lately, getting into trouble for being a jerk. I really hope he doesn’t self-destruct like Lindsay Lohan. • The movie is so loud with constant explosions that it’s often difficult to hear the wisecracks, which are also constant. • Director Michael Bay has stated that this film will kick off a second trilogy of Transformers movies. I’m not so sure that’s a good thing. Interesting lines: • Tessa, the bratty and disobedient (and beautiful, of course) teenage daughter says to her dad “No boys. Graduate first. You do know that no one else has that rule.” He responds “Rule? Don’t make it sound harsh. It’s not a rule. It’s wisdom.” • “Contracts, like humans, expire.” - bad transformer. Sorry I started losing track of all of the good and bad transformers’ names…. • “You promised me human intelligence…or is there such a thing?” - bad transformer • “We’re human beings – we make mistakes. That’s what we do. Sometimes out of those mistakes come the most amazing things.” - Cade Yeager • In Harold Attinger’s office, a sign on the wall says “Freedom isn’t free.” Funny lines: • “Tess, I’m basically you’re uncle. Su casa es mi casa. We’re going to lose the casa.” - Lucas • “Research lab? It’s a barn, dude.” - Lucas • “I don’t think you can own someone. That was a like a long time ago…even in Texas.” – Lucas • “Dad, there’s a missile in the family room.” - Tessa • “If he eats you, I get the GTO.” - Lucas • “We lost them! Good job, stranger from the cornfields!” - Lucas • “You are so grounded!” - Cade Yeager • “I’m not here to get your daughter; you’re here to help me get my girlfriend.” - Shane • “That was insane! It was awesome, but it was insane!” - Shane • “Romeo and Juliet, huh? You know how those two ended up?” Cade Yeager “In love.” - Tessa “Dead.” - Cade • Cade asks Shane “You stole mouthwash?” Shane quips “I like to be fresh when I’m making out with your daughter.” Cade barks“That’s never going to happen.” Dumb lines: • “You don’t have a warrant!” Cade “My face is my warrant.” - Titus • “I’m glad you don’t suck at everything, dad.” - Tessa • “Human beings have asked us to play by their rules. Well, the rules have just changed.” - Optimus • “I’m literally going to kill you.” - Cade to Shane • “That’s a bad idea, but I’m all about bad ideas.” - Hound • “This one’s for you, A-hole.” - green Transformer • Cade yells “Where are you going?” Green transformer snaps “To lay some hay.” • “Never is here.” - bad robot • “I’m coming for you.” - Optimus Prime Tips for parents: I appreciated the parental aspect of the movie that features a dad trying to raise his daughter in a dangerous world. He says to his gorgeous daughter with amazing legs “Sweetie, your shorts are shrinking by the second.” Early in the movie he says “I promise you, one day I’m going to build something that matters.” He’s an inventor, but what he builds that matters the most in the movie is his relationship with his daughter. This movie is long and loud. Some profanity, lots of violence, and 1 F-bomb.

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  • (Male)

    ages 13+ | Not Worth Your Time

    This was a 30 minutes cartoon. I love Transformers but I'm so mad at Michael Bay. He should more to 30 minute YouTube videos. This film is worthy of Mystery Science Theater! I'm so mad I can't write anymore.

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  • (Male)

    ages 16+ | Not Worth Your Time

    I took my 11 year old and was really disappointed when they used every word in the book including the F word. Im not a prude by any means, I just dont want my kids around that kind of garbage. When they direct these kind of movies toward young kids and execute them this way it's simply disappointing.

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  • (Male)

    ages 12+ | Worth Your Time

    This was better than the third movie. I'm not sure why people give Michael Bay movies low ratings since they always go see his movies.

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  • (Female)

    No Maturity Rating | Not Worth Your Time

    No story, no plot, no acting, just the battles. No point. Miss the good Transformers movie. Might have to get the old animated series.

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  • (Female)

    No Maturity Rating | Worth Your Time

    Best onex loved it

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  • (Male) Crosswalk

    No Maturity Rating | Not Worth Your Time

    If you see Transformers: Age of Extinction, you, too, will have plenty of time to dwell on other things while watching it: better movies, better movie makers—pretty much anything other than what’s unfolding on the screen in front of you... See Full Review

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  • ParentPreviews.com

    No Maturity Rating | Not Worth Your Time

    Looking for a movie that is long, loud and even has a hint of a family angle? Transformers: Age of Extinction may be it. While it is still far from family friendly for young viewers, this Michael Bay film clocks in at 166 minutes. It also comes with a pounding soundtrack, continual clashes between huge robotic aliens and maybe most surprisingly, a dad who is more than just a little concerned about the length of his daughter’s shorts... See Full Review

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  • No Maturity Rating | Worth Your Time

    Best one. Of all the movies

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  • (Male) Standard Examiner

    No Maturity Rating | Not Worth Your Time

    It’s maximum sensory overload with only minimal emotional attachment. That’s “Transformers: Age of Extinction” — the biggest and loudest transformer movie yet — and that’s saying something... See Full Review

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  • MovieGuide.org

    ages 13+ | Worth Your Time

    TRANSFORMERS: AGE OF EXTINCTION may be the best TRANSFORMERS movie yet. There’s plenty of action, awesome special effects, appealing characters, and some heartfelt moments. The movie goes on too long, however, and doesn’t always work. That said, it has a strong moral worldview promoting good values such as helping others in trouble, looking out for family, doing the right thing, and overcoming greed. Even so, there’s plenty of foul language and some very strong violence. Extreme caution is required for TRANSFORMERS: AGE OF EXTINCTION... See Full Review

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  • (Female) Movie Mom

    ages 12+ | Worth Your Time

    The special effects are better than the non-special effects moments, which come down to 1. Exposition, which makes very little sense, 2. Banter, which is weak, and 3. In-jokes about sequels and product placement. The special effects are excellent. And I can’t help it, I still love to see cars turn into robots and robots turn into cars. This time there are even Transformer dinosaurs!... See Full Review

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  • (Male) Movie Nation

    No Maturity Rating | Not Worth Your Time

    The wise cracks are pretty worn out, by now. But Goodman, as a portly Autobot sergeant chomping an electronic cigar (the one product placement the movie missed), spits out a few in between gunfights. Which are plentiful in this “Transformers,” a movie with a staggering, mostly unseen body count. The language is rougher, but it’s the mayhem — much of it on the crowded streets, apartment high rises, ferries and trains of Hong Kong — that boggles the mind... See Full Review

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  • (Female) USA TODAY

    No Maturity Rating | Not Worth Your Time

    Deafening, deadening and about two hours too long, Extinctionwould mark the weakest installment yet of the 7-year-old Hasbro franchise — if the previous three movies were discernible from one another... See Full Review

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Okfor ages12+