I wonder if this
applies to congressmen voting for withdrawl or investigating contracts corruption.
Sounds like an awesome lame movie plot. It starts with the criminal indictment of Congress and ends in a fist fight atop the Freedom Tower.
Seriously, of all the great reasons to suspend civil rights we choose the restructuring of another country?
Eight reasons to like it:
- It had giant talking robots that kick ass.
- They didn't do the comic book movie thing where a hero/villian can will shot, blown up, and thrown through a concrete overpass and shake it off. But in the next scene he'll die from being thrown through a brick wall. (See: X-Men and Spiderman)
- The action sequences were intense and myriad, but no single sequence is dragged out. (See: Pirates, Matrix)
- The movie was just as long as it shoulda been. It's not short, but it's not full of unnecessary, longwinded scenes. (See: Pirates)
- The teen awkwardness moments were more goofy than tired situation comedy. (See: Any movie that involves hot cheerleaders)
- Smoking hot and reasonably talented female leads. Cause everyone who watched transformers as a kid is male and in his twenties now.
- They spent a buttload of money on stuff that wasn't cgi. Putting too much money into a movie is like having too much beer at a party, is anyone going to say 'dude, your extra kegs are getting in the way'?
- No shameless setup for a sequel.