Boy, oh boy! It’s impossible to think of a lot of sequels that wouldn’t hold up to its predecessor. Enter Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen, a movie so bad that it misses every mark. That’s right, even Peter Cullen couldn’t save it from being a ginormous train-wreck of a film.
The storyline makes absolutely no sense, giving little to absolutely no explanation. For example, at the end of the last movie, Bumblebee got his broken voice-box fixed. However, in this movie, his voice-box is broken again. How it happened is beyond me. Also, when Sam Witwicky (Shia LaBeouf) goes to college and meets this hot girl (Isabel Lucas) who apparently is a Decepticon, no reason is given how Transformers can look like humans. It’s like the movie is written by a kid trapped in an adult’s body. The humor is even more stupid than the first film, not to mention two dogs humping each other and two wrecking balls resembling testicles (“I’m directly below the enemy’s scrotum”). The characters come of as annoying than witty, even some of them being racially insensitive. The action gives a purpose to kill every single one of our brain cells. One of the worst movies ever made.