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Thursday, August 20, 2010

Recap : Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen

“Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen”

Rated R : $140 million domestic; $200 million worldwide.

In a word : Oof.

The first film was a disappointment in a lot of ways. I’m not going to pretend I didn’t enjoy it, but the stakes felt too high for nothing more than a guy on a bike smashing into some cars and then getting blown up. I loved the first film’s take on the toys as war machines, but the new film felt like it was recycling the old material instead of coming up with something new and fresh. Additionally, the plot felt like a classic boy-gets-whipsawed-into-getting-a-new-idea. Even the trailer previewed that the boy would eventually give into his belief that his dad was trying to sell him out to the demons of the planet in order to help keep the auto industry afloat. This time around he believed he was going to get a tablet of his very own and if that tablet didn’t end up working, things were going to get ugly.

Seriously, we’ve seen this kind of cliche plot in a hundred films. Today’s kids know this kind of story so well that they’re sick of it. I’ve read one reviewer who actually thought the first film was better because they gave the boy his real tablet. I don’t know if they were joking or not, but it was certainly a difference in quality from here on out.

Henry and Sam Witwicky are the old, wise heads of this sequel. Sam’s still mourning the loss of his wife, while Henry is on to his next project; a high-tech Chihuahua. At least we know the movie will be more family-friendly, which is something any kid would be happy with. However, it just doesn’t work for the adult crowd. The relationship between Sam and his new piece of tech has promise; as does Sam’s relationship with his son; this film is just more of the same cliched plot. The family drama is more tame than the movie.

When you put the