Transformers: Age of Extinction

Genre:  Action/Adventure
Running Time:  165 min.
Release Date: June 27, 2014
DVD: September 30, 2014

Current rating: Rating: 3.62
based on 320 votes and 82 reviews
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Cast: Mark Wahlberg, Stanley Tucci, Kelsey Grammer, Jack Reynor, Nicola Peltz, Sophia Myles, TJ Miller, Li Bingbing, Han Geng


The fourth installment in the Transformers sci-fi/action series, this takes place four years after an epic battle saves the world, but leaves Chicago in tatters. Autobots and Decepticons are no longer wanted on Earth by humans and have gone into hiding.

Humans begin making their own Transformers out of a rare metal, using the Decepticons as models. When automobile mechanic Cade Yeager (Mark Wahlberg) brings home an old truck, he and his daughter Tessa (Nicola Peltz) soon realize it's a Transformer, and not just any Transformer — Optimus Prime.

With some human help, Optimus Prime and the Autobots rise to meet their most fearsome challenges yet, including a Decepticon named Lockdown, who is sent to destroy the Autobots. Humans and robots alike are swept up in a war of good and evil, ultimately leading to a climactic worldwide battle.

Director: Michael Bay
Studio: Paramount Pictures
Producer(s): Ian Bryce, Don Murphy, Lorenzo di Bonaventura, Tom DeSanto
Screenplay: Ehren Kruger
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  • 1 star "Age of Extinction missed every possible mark. This is one of Michael Bay's biggest downfalls. Even though I wanted a fourth and fifth installment originally? After this piece of Crap I don't think I'd want to see Transformers 5."
  • 3 stars "A reluctant robotics expert (former underwear model Mark Wahlberg) joins the fight to ensure the survival of the human race when Earth comes under attack from hostile alien forces. As if that weren't enough, he soon finds himself beleaguered by torrid rumours his goody-goody daughter (Nicola Peltz) has been leading a double life as the town bicycle. Director Bay valiantly struggles to prevent the human drama from overwhelming the expensive special effects, but he can only do so much."
  • 4 stars "A worthy entry in the acclaimed series. Movie ran a bit short, though."