Au­to­bots bring chaos to the big screen

Whitsunday Times - - CHILL -

TRANSFORMERS The Last Knight opens and closes with chaos.

The first scene fea­tures bod­ies fly­ing ev­ery­where as flames pierce the sky in Michael Bay’s re-imag­in­ing of the Knights of the Round Table, in which Mer­lin’s magic is a gift from the alien ro­bots so many know and love.

The last scenes, and this is no spoiler if you’ve ever seen a Michael Bay movie, fea­ture bod­ies fly­ing ev­ery­where as metal and flames pierce the

■ Transformers: The Last Knight

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In be­tween, there’s a bit of mythol­ogy, some run­ning and scream­ing, a ton of slo-mo.

But at least it’s as fun as the first Transformers movie and while this movie makes it feel as if the end of our world is near, the se­ries is def­i­nitely not over. There will be a sixth Transformers movie.

Whether you love them or hate them, Transformers has be­come one of the big­gest fran­chises in film his­tory and au­di­ences keep com­ing back.

Don’t miss this block­buster as it hits Bowen Sum­mer­gar­den Cinema.



AU­TO­BOTS: Me­ga­tron in a scene from the movie.

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