Star Cast – Hailee Steinfeld, Jorge Lendeborg Jr., John Cena, Jason Drucker, Pamela Adlon, Stephen Schneider, Ricardo Hoyos, John Ortiz, Glynn Turman, Len Cariou, Kollin Holtz, Gracie Dzienny, Fred Dryer, Isabelle Ellingson
Director – Travis Knight
Music Director – Dario Marianelli
Producers – Ron Ames, Michael Bay, Chris Brigham, Edward Cheng, Tom DeSanto, Lorenzo di Bonaventura, Brian Goldner, J.J. Hook, Jonathan Hook, Don Murphy, Steven Spielberg, Mark Vahradian
Running Time – 1 hour 54 minutes
Bumblebee Movie Review
Bumblebee finds refuge in a junkyard in a small Californian beach town on the run in the year of 1987. Charlie, on the cusp of turning 18 and trying to find her place in the world, discovers Bumblebee, battle-scarred and broken. What happens with both of them coming together is what you need to find out in the movie. Check our bumblebee movie review to know a bit more on this.
Cybertron which is the home to the autoboots and deceptions is all raged by the civil war. In an attempt to provide refuge to the Autobots Bumblebee is tasked with escaping to earth. But then he loses his memory along the way and ends up in a garage in San Fransisco. This Transformers Franchise not only will it be nostalgic for the children of the ‘80s – a decade that is currently experiencing a cinematic resurgence, but it also holds an unmistakable fondness in its heart for the first Transformers movie. This can be instrumental in gaining a whole new generation of audience. The fight sequences in the movie are really easy to follow and it even has got CGI that is practically seamless.
Unlike Bay’s movies, which looked at the Transformers as aliens, Knight’s film sees them mostly as animals caught in a turf war.
If the Franchise continues to make films like this, then it is definitely going to be an enjoyable and exciting one for sure.