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 Jun 28, 2009 - 09:56 PM - by Michael
* Transformers 2 Review

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Movie review time: Transformers 2.

Let's put it this way: if you wanted a real Transformers movie, we probably have to wait for them to finally take the franchise away from Michael Baytard.

In fact, this movie was the epitome of Baytarded. The plot made no sense. The script took established, revered characters (like Jetfire) and pissed all over them. They injected some of the worst characters we've ever seen (read: the Jar Jar Binks Twins) and gave them front-and-center time while leaving wonderful, deep characters like Ironhide to sit meaningless in the background.

There was NO point to this movie and someone needs to slap Michael Baytard and take the franchise away from him.
 

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