And, in brief, here is why:

And yet “" and here’s the part where I really think ROTF approaches “art movie” status “" the movie’s id overload reaches such crazy levels that the fabric of reality itself starts to break down. Michael Bay has boasted about how every single shot in the movie has so much stuff going on in it, it would take your PC since the dawn of time to render one frame. After a few hours of this assault, you feel the chair melt and the floor of the movie theater becomes an angry mirror into your soul. Nothing is solid, nothing is real, everything Transforms.

I might have to go it alone; I had a partner-in-shame for “The Day The Earth Stood Still,” but will likely go stag for this one.

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Steven H. Bagley is a Blast correspondent

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