Roger Ebert su Transformers 3

Una pietra tombale.

L’attacco del pezzo di Roger Ebert su Transformers 3 è definitivo, sotto tutti i punti di vista. Il seguito demolisce ogni altro elemento.

Michael Bay’s “Transformers: Dark of the Moon” is a visually ugly film with an incoherent plot, wooden characters and inane dialog. It provided me with one of the more unpleasant experiences I’ve had at the movies.

 The series exists to show gigantic and hideous robots hammering one another […] There is more of a plot this time. It is a plot that cannot be described in terms of structure, more in terms of duration. When it stops, it’s over […]

There is no style or wit in the dialogue, except when Malkovich adds his own spin […] Shia LaBeouf is scarcely heroic, and his girlfriend has no particular function except to be in constant peril and (in two hilarious shots) stare thoughtfully into space as if realizing something. […]

I have a quaint notion that one of the purposes of editing is to make it clear why one shot follows another, or why several shots occur in the order that they do. “Transformers 3” has long stretches involving careless and illogical assemblies of inelegant shots. One special effect happens, and the another special effect happens, and we are expected to be grateful that we have seen two special effects.


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