Movie Trailer: Transformers: Age of Extinction (2014)

Transformers: Age of Extinction (2014) by The Critical Movie Critics
Transformers: Age of Extinction (2014) by The Critical Movie Critics
Transformers: Age of Extinction (2014) by The Critical Movie Critics

Length: 165 minutes
IMDb Link: Transformers: Age of Extinction
Review Link: Transformers: Age of Extinction Movie Review
Official Page: Transformers: Age of Extinction
Release Date: US: June 27, 2014 | UK: July 10, 2014
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Published on March 4, 2014 by

We knew Dinobots were going to make an appearance in Paramount Pictures’ upcoming Transformers: Age of Extinction, so seeing one of them involved in a bot battle in the first trailer is no surprise. What is a bit of a surprise is the now adversarial relationship between the Autobots and humans. It’s gotten so bad that the once powerful Optimus Prime is reduced to lifeless truck hulk that finds his final resting place in the garage of a down-on-his-luck mechanic (Mark Wahlberg). Why has not been revealed as of yet (most of the plot is closely guarded secret), but if returning director Michael Bay has his way, it won’t matter because audiences will be dazzled with awesome robot fights, vehicle transformations and explosions. Get a taste of his work below in the embedded trailer.

Transformers: Age of Extinction stars Mark Wahlberg, Nicola Peltz, Stanley Tucci, Kelsey Grammer, Jack Reynor, T.J. Miller and Peter Cullen.



Official Synopsis:
A mechanic and his daughter make a discovery that brings down Autobots and Decepticons — and a paranoid government official — on them.

Transformers: Age of Extinction retransforms in US theaters on June 27, 2014 and UK theaters on July 10, 2014.


  1. - The Critical Movie Critics

    Does anyone care about this franchise anymore?

  2. - The Critical Movie Critics

    Nicola Peltz is barely a woman and she’s already being cast as the sexy girl in a Michael Bay flick? Women are not objects. This is further proof Hollywood is morally and socially bankrupt.

  3. - The Critical Movie Critics

    I’ll give it a go just to learn how they killed off that dickfaced Shia LaBeouf .

  4. - The Critical Movie Critics

    Looks tired.

  5. - The Critical Movie Critics
    Heartless Kid

    The stories aren’t worth the paper there printed on but damn do I enjoy watching these!

  6. - The Critical Movie Critics

    I can’t see how this isn’t going to suck but at least Wahlberg is a marked improvement over LaBeouf.

  7. - The Critical Movie Critics

    I’m liking the more serious tone to this installment. Hopefully Bay won’t ruin it by including a cartoon character like Agent Simmons ….

    • - The Critical Movie Critics
      Pop O'Grady

      By serious tone you are referring to the notion Wahlberg’s character is a single father, who is living paycheck to paycheck as an out of work mechanic?

      • - The Critical Movie Critics

        You can’t really debate that each installment didn’t get more comical. The parents, the friends, the girlfriends all got sillier. This one at least looks like Bay is making a concerted effort to pull it back.

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  9. - The Critical Movie Critics

    I hope the Decepticons finally pull out a win. It would be the perfect close to a franchise that should have ended two movies ago.

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