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04 Jan, 2019
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On the run in the year 1987, Bumblebee finds refuge in a junkyard in a small Californian beach town. Charlie, on the cusp of turning 18 and trying to find her place in the world, discovers Bumblebee, battle-scarred and broken. When Charlie revives him, she quickly learns this is no ordinary, yellow VW bug.
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Verdict: A delightful origin story that elevates the Transformers franchise. Michael Baydirected a then-little-knownTransformersin 2007 and made a five-movie franchise out of it that got a bad rap with the critics but won millions at the box office. With the fifth one faring worse than the others, it was decided thatThe Last Knightwould be the director`s exit from the movies. Now, direct... ...Read full review
For a series that was on the verge of being dismantled and sold for scraps, much like Bumblebee, it has found a saviour. Knight has lived up to his name. The Transformers can wear his shiny armour. ...Read full review
`Bumblebee` is certainly the best example of what this franchise is meant to be, and should it continue on this path, the Transformers can become exciting and enjoyable all over again. ...Read full review
Travis Knight has taken advantage of Bumblebee in the finest and taken inspiration, not from Bay, but from Steven Spielberg and his cult classic E.T. Just like the equation between Elliot and E.T. leaves the cold-hearted in tears, so will Charlie and Bumblebee. The perfect ode is given to the `80s; whether it be the classic walkman with the soundtrack from The Smiths and Sammy Hagar or even The Breakfast Club climax sequence. Even the production design is top notch and takes you back to the 1980s. For all you action fans, the sequences are aplenty but it`s always an added bonus when you have robots with feelings. And writer Christina Hodson balances both beautifully. ...Read full review
Bumblebee is an origin film, meant to set off the entire Transformers franchise, which itself was born of a successful toy series. ...Read full review
Travis Knight`s direction brings heart and soul to the Transformers franchise. ...Read full review
Bumblebee is a complete package of a film filled with action, drama, emotions, compelling performances and believable action. The direction, cinematography, background score and soundtrack makes sure that you have a good time at the movies. I strongly recommend you watch this one, even though the franchise has disintegrated and getting their movie out was kind of pointless. ...Read full review