Movie Review Transformers: The Last Knight

And, as a result, after holding a gala premiere at the TCL Chinese Theater on Wednesday (28/6) last week, it seems, Marvel Studios’ hopes will come true. Homecoming received a positive response from critics. They consider this 133 minute film capable of building a fairly complex conflict. With smart humor and suspenseful action.

In addition, Tom Holland is also rated as the funniest Spider-Man ever. Defeat Tobey Maguire and Andrew Garfield. Which, in fact, is equally cute. After being considered a failure when played by Andrew Garfield, it seems, Spider-Man has managed to bounce back this time. Welcome home, Peter!

After being released for the first time a decade ago, the film Transformers (2007) immediately captivated the hearts of moviegoers. Then transformed into one of the most successful film franchises of all time. The total revenue of around USD 3.7 billion has been obtained from the four Transformers films that have been screened.

Although the average received negative reviews from critics, this financial success made Paramount Pictures confident: To continue and develop the Transformers franchise. Adapted from Hasbro’s toy robots. And, the fifth film, aka the newest one, entitled Transformers: The Last Knight, is finally being launched globally starting this Wednesday (21/6).

The story of this fifth film is a continuation of the fourth film, Transformers: Age of Extinction (2014). Starring Mark Wahlberg it. After the first three films relied on Shia LaBeouf as the main actor, the Transformers franchise then indeed brought new, more mature and senior stars. Maybe, to attract a more mature audience segment.

At the end of the fourth film, the leader of the Autobots, Optimus Prime (Peter Cullen), is said to have left Earth to find the creators of Transformers. The so-called Creators. However, the absence of Optimus then makes the world war: Between humanity and the robots of the imitations.

To create peace and save the world, Cade Yeager (Mark Wahlberg), an inventor, who previously helped the Autobots in Transformers: Age of Extinction, then ally with Bumblebee. A young robot that can transform into a Chevrolet Camaro. The yellow and black ones.

In addition, Cade Yeager also works with Sir Edmund Burton (Anthony Hopkins). Together with Bumblebee, they try to uncover a secret: Why are Transformers so comfortable living on Earth? In fact, these robots have existed since prehistoric times.

In addition, the arrival of the Transformers, millions of years ago, is also touted as one of the causes of the extinction of the dinosaurs from the Earth’s surface. So, the robots, it turns out, have been on Earth since time immemorial. Actually, what mystery do they keep?

Btw, to avoid saturation of the audience, considering that the Transformers franchise has been made for up to five series, the Transformers: The Last Knight film does provide some surprises. Among other things, by carrying new characters. In addition, the setting of this film also covers various eras. Starting from the era of the construction of the Pyramids of Giza in Egypt, the era of the legendary King Arthur, to the time of Adolf Hitler’s Nazis in World War II.