Transformers: Dark Of The Moon – movie review
The Transformers are back for what they’re hoping to be the fans favourite and with no mind reading/ mind controlling/ "it's all in your head" element it has a sporting chance of pleasing the audience.
Things have been quiet for Sam Witwicky (Shia LaBeouf) in fact a little too quiet; it’s been some time since he's saved the world (twice). With The Decepticons lying stagnant, the Autobots have been off helping the human’s battle human wars which has left Sam’s garage somewhat bare. With Bumblebee away Sam has had to resort to a lesser vehicle, a Datsun but for what he lacks in the garage he makes up in his love life with new girl Carlie (Rosie Huntington-Whiteley) who he met after receiving a medal from Obama for saving the world.
Still with no job and without the threat of danger, Sam struggles to understand who he is and what his purpose in life is. While his smoking hot girlfriend starts to open up opportunities, the Autobots learn of a Cybertronian spacecraft that crashed on the other side of the moon in 1969.