Atom User Reviews for Transformers 15th Anniversary
This is the worst movie ever made but it’s also my childhood. I absolutely adored reliving being a kid and getting to see my favorite characters on the big screen for a dumb popcorn movie! This movie was really meant to be watched on the silver screen.
Amazing to watch it again in theaters!
As good as I remember
A TRULY excellent experience to see this movie once again on the big screen. Any Transformers fan would and did enjoy it. I certainly hope it's planned to play the other Transformers movie on the big next. For a 15 year anniversary this was an exciting one!
Despite my cinema's audio being shot to hell throughout its entire two-hour and twenty-four minute runtime and it being over fifteen years old, it was STILL more than meets the eye. Thanks for all the Bayverse memories in your "Transformers" franchise, Michael Bay!
Loved watching my favorite movie ever in theaters again!!
I was lucky enough to attend the original world premiere of Transformers 15 years ago in Providence, Rhode Island as part of that year’s BotCon, so there was no way I was going to miss an anniversary showing. I only wish that the late Bernie Mac and Brian Goldner were alive to be part of the celebration.
Transformers is a wet dream for fanboys, with vehicles that whiz and whir into alien robots, spectacular sci-fi stunt chases, glistening military hardware, overheated computer software and brainy, hot girls who love Popular Mechanics.
In previous movies, Michael Bay dabbled wearily in Homo sapiens. At last he has summoned the courage to admit that he has an exclusive crush on machines, and I congratulate him on creating, in Transformers, his first truly honest work of art.