Transformers: The Last Knight movie review

Transformers: The Last Knight movie review
Written by Pallavi Parmar

Transformers: The Last Knight has an atrocious response from audiences. It is an American science action fiction movie which is based on the toy line of the same name created by Hasbro. Transformer helped Kings Arthur in his battles and it scored well at the box office collection. Transformers: The Last Knight is the fifth instalment of live action transformer film series and it is a sequel to Transformers: Age of Extinction 2014. The plot of the movie set on the first transformer on earth around 1600 years ago who gave a wizard a band to defeat evil. Then it cut to the present day the ultimate evil plans to return for the wand and other Transformers who are fighting their own war. Harriet Tubman is the iconic abolitionist who rescued slaves and later worked with suffragettes. Harriet Tubman is the first woman to appear on American currency and was part of a secret society who knew about the existence of Transformers on Earth.

Transformers series is full of VFX explosions, stereotypical female characters and goofy humour. The title of Transformers: The Last Knight depicts that it is a movie which stops the planets from colliding where Vivian is the last surviving successor of Merlin. It is directed by Michael Bay and features Mark Wahlberg from the previous movie along with Josh Duhamel and John Turturro in the prominent roles.

This movie was premiered at Odeon Leicester Square in London on June 18 and was released in the United States in 2D, 3D, and IMAX 3D on June 21 under the banner of Paramount Pictures. Till now the film has grossed over $281 million worldwide against a budget of $217 million. Although this is not so unpleasant you can watch and enjoy the animation and the VFX of the movie. It composed of good action and thriller scenes to blow up your mind.

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Pallavi Parmar

Journalism is my profession, Blogging and Writing are my passion, Travelling is my love, Food is my life and Feminist by nature.