Mark W. Mansbridge & Sebastian Schroder
Transformers: Age of Extinction is Michael Bay’s attempt to restart the franchise and introduce new characters. Although Age of Extinction was panned by the critics, it went on to gross over one billion dollars worldwide. Once again, the special effects are jaw-dropping, but the action and dialogue provide nothing new, and at nearly three hours in running time it becomes an endurance test. But, in fairness to Bay, he does prefer to shoot on location and ultimately dress those sets to meet his high standards. This gives his pictures a great sense of tactile reality, even when the subject matter is other worldly. Bay reenlisted Rosemary Brandenburg, who had worked with him on the first Transformers (2007) to decorate the sets for Age of Extinction. As usual, her work is solid and the sets are decorated impeccably.Read more »
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