Transformers 2: Revenge Of The Fallen (2009)

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Transformers 2: Revenge Of The Fallen
Poster design by BLT & Associates (Courtesy IMP Awards)

No movie comes with a bigger crash, bang and a wallop than Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen. Let me tell you that this movie is an extravagant piece of robotic mayhem. If you’re looking for a movie that is deeply filled with character building stories, then this movie is not that, but, if it’s all out action you are after, this sequel has it in abundance, from start to finish this movie is all action. The huge budget on this movie is well spent.

Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen re-unites Sam Witwicky (Shia LeBeouf), Mikaela Banes (Megan Fox), Optimus Prime and his team of Autobots, in their war against The Fallen, Megatron and his team of Decepticons. Two fragments of the original Allspark remain; one piece under government protection in a high security bunker, and the other piece with Sam. Upon touching the fragment, a set of hieroglyphics get imprinted in Sams’ mind. It’s not long before the other piece is stolen by the Decepticons, and they use this piece to revive Megatron. Now the Decepticons have a new mission, and that is to locate Sam to extract the hieroglyphics from his mind. This represents a map to the location of The Matrix of Leadership, a key that is needed to switch on a dormant alien machine within one of the pyramids in Egypt. A machine so powerful it has enough energy to be able to destroy the sun. Once more, Optimus Prime will have to protect Sam, but in his battle with Megatron, he sacrifices his life to save Sam. It is up to Sam, Mikaela, the Autobots and a small team of soldiers to prevent The Fallen and Megatron getting hold of the key, as they will use to destroy Earth. The action switches from the USA to Egypt, and it is here that The Matrix of Leadership and the Machine is hidden, hidden deep within Egypt’s history. It is here that the battle between good and evil commences as the Decepticons must stop Sam from getting to Optimus Prime as The Matrix has the power to revive Optimus Prime, as he is the only one that can defeat The Fallen and Megatron. It is a battle that must be won at all costs, as the future of mankind is at stake, as is the new home of Optimus Prime and his team of Autobots.

I thoroughly enjoyed this movie, as I did the first Transformers movie. The cast is pretty much the same and the characters witty at times. Shia does a good job with the character of Sam, and Megan Fox, well she just looked stunning in the movie. My favourite part of the movie was probably the twin robots Mudflap and Skids fighting with the Decepticon Devastator, who must be well over 100 times bigger than the twins, that scene was just funny with their dialogues during the fight scene.

Overall it was a very enjoyable piece of movie experience, and if action is what you want, it’s action you are going to get with Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen.

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