Transformers: The Last Knight (2017)

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Transformers: The Last Knight (2017)

Action | Science Fiction | Thriller | Adventure
6 / 10
Release Date
16 June 2017
2 : 29 minutes
Spoken Language
Autobots and Decepticons are at war, with humans on the sidelines. Optimus Prime is gone. The key to saving our future lies buried in the secrets of the past, in the hidden history of Transformers on Earth.

Cast Overview :

Cade Yeager
by: Mark Wahlberg
Col. William Lennox
by: Josh Duhamel
by: Stanley Tucci
Sir Edmund Burton
by: Anthony Hopkins
Vivian Wembley
by: Laura Haddock
Young Viviane
by: Minti Gorne
by: Isabela Moner
by: Jerrod Carmichael
by: Santiago Cabrera
Seymour Simmons
by: John Turturro
General Morshower
by: Glenn Morshower
King Arthur
by: Liam Garrigan
TRF Group Leader
by: Mitch Pileggi
JPL Engineer
by: Tony Hale
Chief Sherman
by: Gil Birmingham
Tessa Yeager (voice)
by: Nicola Peltz
Sam Witwicky (photo)
by: Shia LaBeouf
Optimus Prime (voice)
by: Peter Cullen
by: Gemma Chan
Megatron (voice)
by: Frank Welker
Bumblebee (voice)
by: Erik Aadahl
Cogman (voice)
by: Jim Carter
Hot Rod (voice)
by: Omar Sy
Drift (voice)
by: Ken Watanabe
Hound (voice)
by: John Goodman
Crosshairs / Nitro Zeus (voice)
by: John DiMaggio
Sqweeks / Mohawk (voice)
by: Reno Wilson
Barricade (voice)
by: Jess Harnell
Wheelie (voice)
by: Tom Kenny
Daytrader (voice)
by: Steve Buscemi
Volleybot (voice)
by: Steven Barr
Lieutenant / Bulldog (voice)
by: Mark Ryan
by: Sophia Myles
Colonel #2
by: Barbara Eve Harris
by: Benjamin Flores Jr.
TRF Group Leader
by: Kevin Kent
by: Andy Bean
American Serviceman
by: Walles Hamonde
by: Martin McCreadie
by: John Hollingworth
by: Aisha Kabia
High Society Woman
by: Elizabeth Croft
Viviane's Father
by: Stephen Hogan
Military Attache
by: Dan Warner
by: Juliocesar Chavez
by: Daniel Adegboyega
JPL Director
by: Claude Knowlton
CNN News Reporter
by: Phill Langhorne
by: Sam Yim
by: Christina Tam
by: Rob Witcomb
by: Marcus Fraser
by: Ben Webb
Young JPL Engineer
by: Jacob Zachar
Viviane's Grandmum
by: Maggie Steed
Viviane's Mum
by: Sara Stewart
Aunt Helen
by: Phoebe Nicholls
Aunt Marie
by: Rebecca Front
by: Samuel Parker
by: Daniel Iturriaga
U.K. Prime Minister
by: Mark Dexter
Downing Street Policeman
by: Rob Jarvis
Polo Player
by: Tim Downie
High Society Woman
by: Emily Tierney
Saxon Knight
by: Wolfgang Young
by: Nicholas Khan
by: Leighton Sharpe
by: Aiyaz Ahmed
Female Researcher
by: Pauline McLynn
by: Matthew Castle
by: Mia Maria
by: Poppy Carter
News Reporter
by: Seeta Indrani
News Reporter
by: Simon Harrison
Submarine Ticket Agent
by: Wendy Albiston
Pentagon Colonel
by: John Burke
Pentagon Official
by: Granville Ames
Government Suit
by: Jim Wisniewski
TRF Lieutenant
by: Remi Adeleke
TRF Operator
by: Perry Yee
TRF Operator
by: Brian William Price
TRF Operator
by: Vincent Jerome
F-35 Pilot
by: Alan Pietruszewski
F-16 Pilot
by: Christoper Vasquez
F-16 Pilot
by: Drew B. Waters
Osprey Pilot
by: Krista Schaeffer
Military Attache
by: Tom Wright
Namibian Scientist
by: Charlie Bouguenon
Namibian Scientist
by: Jandre le Roux
Passerby at Lincoln in the Fields (uncredited)
by: Helen Iesha Goldthorpe
Scientist (uncredited)
by: Sofia Abbasi
Scientist Delegate (uncredited)
by: David Olawale Ayinde
Scientist (uncredited)
by: Jill Buchanan
Scientist Delegate (uncredited)
by: Michael Chapman
Bakery Delivery Man / Pedestrian (uncredited)
by: Bern Collaco
Attaché (uncredited)
by: Graham Curry
German Soldier (uncredited)
by: Tom Dab
Alden (uncredited)
by: Dino Fazzani
Tourist at Museum (uncredited)
by: Eloise Henwood
Scientist Delegate (uncredited)
by: Honey Holmes
Pedestrian (uncredited)
by: Ty Hurley
SEAL (uncredited)
by: Joost Janssen
Pedestrian (uncredited)
by: Adam Lazarus
Nobleman (uncredited)
by: David Macey
Spencer (uncredited)
by: Jason Matthewson
Polo Spectator (uncredited)
by: Peter Meyer
Pedestrian (uncredited)
by: Jag Patel
Scientist (uncredited)
by: Deborah Rock
Oxford College Student (uncredited)
by: Bernardo Santos
Polo Match Guest (uncredited)
by: Christian Wolf-La'Moy

Member Reviews :

The _Transformers_ franchise has never been good. Some say that the series is "Dumb fun with good action and cool explosions. To me, that could maybe be used to describe only the third movie. The first one is promising and has a certain "child-like-wonder" appeal. But neither of them are truly **good**. The second _Transformers_ is meaningless garbage. But when _Age of Extinction_ was released in 2014, the franchise hit new, abysmal lows. Watching _Transformers_ wasn't just a chore, it wasn't just boring, it was excruciating. It was so bad I felt nauseous. I was aggravated to the point of brimming with feelings of genuine anger. They say that if a film makes you feel something, that is a victory in itself. Be it sadness, excitement, intrigue, joy, hope, nostalgia, hysteria, love, fear, warmth - whatever - I tend to agree with that statement. What I felt in _Age of Extinction_ was not a victory. It was a failure. A Guinness Book of World Records level failure. _Transformers: The Last Knight_, is at least that bad again. Arguably worse. I guess it didn't dedicate an entire character to being a justification for paedophilia, so it has that up on its predecessor. _Final rating:½ - So bad it’s offensive. I may never fully recover._
Not surprisingly I expected this, the fifth installment, of the Transformers franchise to be pretty much crap. Especially after the abysmal fourth installment. To my great surprise I found it to be much less crappy than I expected. I honestly do not understand why so many people seems to think this is one of the worst movies ever. The critics sure, especially the ones at Rotten Tomatoes, but I do not really care about those self proclaimed "critics". Ordinary viewers is another matter. I mean, this is a transformers movie and it is directed by Michael Bay. That pretty much defines the movie from the start so what the heck did all those people complaining actually expect? That Michael Bay should suddenly care about things like script and stuff or anything else except big robots, special effects and explosions? Personally I quite enjoyed this movie. Well, enjoyed in the context of watching a Transformers movie that is. I enjoyed the special effects, the robots, even the lousy jokes. I did enjoy the tie in to the Pendragon myth and I thought the somewhat bizarre Sir Edmund Burton and his even more bizarre robot butler was great fun. I laughed outright when I saw the World War 1 tank transformer. I was expecting the submarine transformer to actually transform though. Maybe all those detractors of this movie are missing the bimbo with two and a half brain cells (yes I am being generous now) that used to be the lead female character in the Transformers movies but personally I quite liked that the leads in this movie was much more mature and actually showed some evidence of intelligence. The story? Well, for a Transformers movie it is quite good. In any other context it would be somewhat...lacking. It did screw quite a bit with the Transformers timeline established in the first movies though. Oh, and for some nitpicking, the maximum operating altitude of those airplanes they used is 21 000 feet, not 12 000 feet. Bottom line, I had great fun when watching this movie. With my low, and I mean LOW, initial expectations I was very pleasantly surprised. It is definitely a huge improvement over the fourth instalment.
  Per Gunnar Jonsson
Soulless garbage. Must have been written in less then 15 minutes. How hard can it be to write an entertaining film about transforming alien robots? If you're Michael Bay, very hard indeed. And the jokes. Wow. The jokes. I cringed after each and everyone. So many attempts at humour falling flat on their faces and smashing all of their teeth on the floor. The makers of this movie should be forced into exile.