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June 24, 2009

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Craig Spencer

Couldn't have said it better! I feel like I lost 30 IQ points after watching this. Stimulating the pea-sized amygdala is all Bay can do.

John Michael Davis

"Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen" - Amazingly fast paced and difficult for my eyes to translate the action - how did they fit dialogue in this movie? I don't think there was one element of good movie making missing. There was a m...oment when Optimus Prime fights many foes at once that I actually felt like I was on a Hallucenogenic making this a full potency film. A relevatory deep seeded device of high initiation. One could really meditate deeply on this formula for a true transformation in conciousness and possibly enlightenment. This guys appraisal linked here of the movie is correct but totally wrong this time. This is a funny movie. With fast paces on all levels. I say Revenge of the fallen has maintained consistant to original form yet deepend and trancended the formula of the Original movie while capturing the spirit that I hungered for on saturday mornings for the chance to see a robot with a spark of life and will be enjoyable to watch again. To find a movie that I can watch many times is what I ask of a movie. I could watch transformers 2, 10 more times before I would need to reconcider what I've just said about it.

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