I mean, of "Transformers"...
We are gathered here together today to thank the heavens that a man like Josh Duhamel exists in our crazy little world. O.M.G. He is like honey on a hot day. He's a fresh breeze on a lake. He's...well, you get the point. :) The order-anchovies-on-your-pizza guy, that British model who replaced what's-her-name (David's wife), and LeDuche...eh. But Duhamel? Wooee! Love me some of that haha
I watched all two-and-a-half hours of the third "Transformers" movie Saturday night. I didn't mean to do it. I started watching when I got home from the scotch bar around 1230, but just got caught up in it. So I guess that's a good endorsement, huh? I don't think it needed to be that long, and I'm not sure there needs to be a fourth installment in the franchise, but I'll take it. I like a little action every now and again.
Here's my review: It's a bit slow as far as the story-line goes, but the action makes up for that. Shia LeBeof is just as annoying as ever and Josh Duhamel's character seemed to have a weird role this time around. Actually, everyone who returned from the previous movies (the parents, the crazy CIA guy, and Tyrese Gibson's character) all seemed a bit shallow this time. Maybe for the fourth one they won't just make cameos. But I loved the actual transformers, as always. Overall I recommend seeing it purely for entertainment value. Although make sure to carve out a good chunk of time! It's up for Sound Editing, Sound Mixing, and Visual Effects
I think I'm going to watch "Jane Eyre" next. Kind of the complete opposite end of the spectrum, but I missed "Downton Abbey" last night for the Grammys and I need a little British in my week. Anyway, that's what I did over the weekend...watched the longest movie EV.EH!
Surprised about any of the wins from the Grammys?