The 10 Best Action Sequences From The Transformers Franchise, Ranked

The recent series of live-action movies based on Hasbro’s famous Transformers have enthralled and enraged fans and general movie-goers alike for over a decade now. In that time, they’ve blown up all that can be blown up on multiple continents, in several oceans, on the moon, and through the fallen metallic utopia of Cybertron.

We’ve compiled the best of the best from all of the movies’ action sequences for your entertainment. If you’re a fan looking to revisit the cream of the crop or a newcomer who wants to sample the finest selection of action scenes, then this is the list for you.

10 Operation Firestorm (Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen)

The finale of Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen centers around a military operation at the foot of the pyramids of Giza and, as you would expect, Michael Bay blows it all to kingdom come.

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There’s a tremendous amount going on the sequence from John Turturro ordering a rail gun strike on a pyramid-sized Decepticon (resulting in the immortal line “I am directly below the enemy scrotum”) to a transforming stealth bomber ripping out its own heart to allow a freshly resurrected Optimus Prime to salvage parts from his corpse. And that’s not even half of it. Expect shouting and every kind of explosion that you can imagine.

9 Highway Fight (Transformers)

The first moment that Michael Bay really showed his teeth in the Transformers franchise. The relatively short and simple fight between Optimus Prime and Bonecrusher showcased all of the goodies that modern moviemaking could throw at an idea like live-action Transformers and the results are eye-grabbing and explosive.

The short scuffle sees the heroes pursued by a group of Decepticons down a highway before Bonecrusher and Optimus Prime transform in broad daylight to brawl. The two go over the side in the middle of a spaghetti junction, falling several times before Prime debuts his new sword and shoves it straight through Bonecrusher’s face.

8 King Arthur Vs. The Saxons (Transformers: The Last Knight)

Michael Bay opens his potentially final Transformers movie in typically fiery style, with enormous catapulted fireballs emerging from behind the Paramount logo and crashing down on the battlefield of King Arthur’s last stand against a Saxon horde.

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If you think that setting the scene in the 5th century would deter Bay from incorporating massive explosions every few seconds then you don’t know Michael Bay very well. Like the rest of the movie, it’s a cacophonous boom of crashing metal and manly grunting. All tied together by the arrival of a three-headed fire-breathing robot dragon to save the day at the last moment.

7 The Death of Optimus Prime (Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen)

For better or worse, the forest fight between Optimus Prime, Megatron, Starscream, and Grindor defines Michael Bay’s style in the live-action Transformers movies. To some people, it’s just visual chaos. To others, it’s oddly elegant.

The scene is mostly shot from the perspective of Shia LaBeouf’s Sam Witwicky running through the forest as the metallic giants duke it out around him, dodging explosions left and right. Prime proves why he’s so respected as a warrior as he takes on the three Decepticons alone and beats them, ripping Grindor’s face in half in the process. Megatron manages to get Prime in the end with a sneaky literal backstab, leading to his resurrection at the end of the movie.

6 The Leaning Tower of Chicago (Transformers: Dark of the Moon)

In the midst of the Decepticons’ destructive occupation of Chicago, Sam Witwicky and a small group embark on a covert mission to take out a portal that will bring the Transformer home-world of Cybertron to Earth so that the remnants of a conquered humanity can rebuild it.

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To stop the Decepticons’ plans, the group have to find a vantage point to fire their one rocket at a crucial point. To do this, they have to climb up a skyscraper that’s in the midst of snapping in half. Things just get worse from there as the Decepticons speed up the structural deterioration, sending in the giant metallic worm Driller to finish the job.

5 Bumblebee Vs. Nemesis Prime (Transformers: The Last Knight)

After being turned by the evil Quintessa into an evil minion called Nemesis Prime, the evil Optimus steals Merlin’s staff (long story) and attempts to escape a giant underwater spacecraft shaped like a Celtic cross (even longer story). 

As the craft begins to rise out of the water, Prime gets struck by a passing submarine; allowing his long-time friend Bumblebee to catch up with him. The two finally go toe to toe on the roof of the craft as it rises out of the water. It’s one of the most unforgettable of the Transformers series’ locations and fights, with Bumblebee’s death appearing imminent just before Prime is able to shake his brainwashing and come to his senses.

4 The Fall of Cybertron (Bumblebee)

After the increasingly overwhelming nature of Michael Bay’s take on the beloved franchise, many fans were relieved to see the 2018 spinoff Bumblebee take a simpler approach that harkened back to the original ’80s cartoon.

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The classic character designs were mixed with a much brighter color palette and showcased in all their glory with an opening action scene on the warring Cybertron. We see the heroic Autobots lose control of the planet to the Decepticons and escape to find refuge on other worlds and, even if you aren’t familiar with the original cartoon, it’s a refreshing change of pace for the series.

3 The Battle of Hong Kong (Transformers: Age of Extinction)

After punching some respect into the newly freed Dinobots, Optimus Prime rides into battle with them on the streets of Hong Kong and if Optimus Prime waving a giant sword on top of a fire-breathing robotic Tyrannosaurus Rex is wrong then who on earth wants to be right?

The battle is suitably maniacal and involves an extended fight between Bumblebee and a Decepticon knock-off on top of a flying Dinobot. It’s all overshadowed, though, when the main antagonist shows up to pick up the survivors with a giant flying magnet, destroying almost all of Hong Kong’s remaining landmarks in the process.

2 The Ruins of Cybertron (Transformers: The Last Knight)

The grand finale of Bay’s swansong for the old ways of the Transformers franchise, before a semi-reboot, is fittingly bonkers. It sees the shattered ruins of Cybertron finally arriving at earth to suck its energy dry in an attempt to rebuild itself while an alliance of human soldiers and Autobots crash land onto a section of Cybertron to take out a vital control room.

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The three-headed dragon from the beginning of the movie appears again to really kick things into overdrive. Not that that’s really needed with Optimus Prime decapitating six foes with a single sword swing, tactical nukes blowing sections of Cybertron into other sections and a final battle that has to be fought on a platform hurtling thousands of feet through the air in freefall.

1 The Wing-suit Jump (Transformers: Dark of the Moon)

In the sprawling warzone finale of the Decepticon takeover of Chicago, the centerpiece is the daring infiltration mission of soldiers into the city via a wing-suit jump from Osprey aircrafts. Most of them don’t make it and are taken down during the flight in. The lucky survivors are forced to jump into downtown Chicago and fly through the wreckage of half-destroyed skyscrapers with Decepticons hot on their tails. 

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The construction of the scene and the special effects are top-notch but the main selling point is their blending with the actual stunt work of the teams of skydivers flying through the city themselves.

2019-07-17 03:07:19

Mark Birrell

Disney: 10 Characters We’re Excited To See In The Upcoming Live-Action Remakes

Disney’s continuing to pump out remakes of its animated classics, and while not every one has been met with glowing reviews, we’re ready to see what comes next. More specifically, we’re ready to find out what some of our favorite characters look and sound like in their new live-action worlds.

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Disney’s announced several re-imagined films, and while some characters have are yet to be cast, others are headed straight for the big screen in a matter of days. Truthfully, we’re interested in all the characters set to star in Disney’s live-action remakes, but here are the ones we’re most excited about.

10 Mulan: Commander Tung

When Disney first announced that Mulan would be remade into a live-action adventure, fans were concerned to learn that General Li Shang would not be returning as Mulan’s love interest and army leader. Although Shang won’t be entertaining us, Commander Tung will.

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This new character, portrayed by Donnie Yen, will lead the Imperial Regiment in Shang’s place. While we don’t know much about him, we do know that he is both a teacher and a mentor to Mulan. We’re ready to see this happen.

9 The Little Mermaid: Ariel

Although we already learned that Halle Bailey will be cast as Ariel in the upcoming Little Mermaid remake, we’re excited to see her in costume on-screen as Disney’s beautiful mermaid princess.

Will she have Ariel’s signature red hair? Will she still have a green tail and purple top? Although we don’t know how she’s going to be dressed, we’re confident that she’ll look magical and ocean-ready. We’re excited to see the rest of her mythical sea family as well.

8 The Sword In The Stone: Merlin

The Sword in the Stone is getting a live-action musical remake that will debut on the forthcoming Disney+ streaming service. Although we don’t know much about the cast at this time, we do know that it’s set to film in Ireland this summer. We’re particularly interested in seeing how whimsical Merlin turns out to be in this new rendition.

The eccentric wizard will be guiding Arthur through the narrative, and we’re hoping he’s as enchanting as we know he can be.

7 Peter Pan: Tinkerbell

Very little is known about Disney’s Peter Pan remake. We don’t know when it will release, who is in the cast, or what it will look like. We do know that a script is in the works.

While the boy who never grows up has been brought to the big screen many times, we’ve never seen Disney pull out its own live-action version. We’re particularly interested in what Tinkerbell will look like, assuming she’ll be in the new film. Will she be portrayed by a live actress? Will she be created using photo-realistic computer animation? We won’t know for a while, but we’re ready to see it happen.

6 Cruella: Emma Thompson’s Character

Cruella de Vil is getting her own film, and we’re tired of being teased with casting rumors. We want a trailer badly. While we know that Emma Stone will be playing the villainous lead, we don’t know who Emma Thompson will be playing — but she’s in it, and that’s enough for us.

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Cruella will be a prequel that develops the rich, fur-coat-wearing villain of One Hundred and One Dalmatians. Will Thompson act as Stone’s mentor? Will she instead be a family member? We need to know now.

5 Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs: The Prince

Disney is putting together a live-action Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs, and while details are still scarce, we can’t help but be fascinated by the idea. Who will play Snow White? Who will play the dwarfs? Who will play the prince?

In the original Snow White, the titular princess’s lover gets few lines and remains a largely undeveloped character. We’re hopeful that in any remake, he’s going to be given greater depth and a name that’s actually mentioned in the movie.

4 The Hunchback of Notre Dame: Esmerelda

Josh Gad is producing a musical version of The Hunchback of Notre Dame, and we couldn’t be more thrilled to see Disney’s darkest tale come to new life. While we’re interested to find out who will be playing Quasimodo and Frollo, we’re also excited to see the spunky Esmerelda dance onto the big screen.

We’ve been told that the live-action Hunchback release will feature lots of new songs, so whoever is cast as Esmerelda will have to be a talented actress, dancer, and vocalist. We’re sure whoever she is will bring the charm Esmerelda is known for.

3 Lady and the Tramp: Jim Dear

This doggy Disney classic was made into a live-action film in the early 2000s. Now, it’s getting another update. We know what the dogs will look like, but we’re still curious to find out what Jim and his wife Darling will look like.

Jim is being played by Thomas Mann, who is best known for his roles in films like Me and Earl and the Dying Girl and Kong: Skull Island. Darling is being portrayed by Kiersey Clemons, who appears in films including Neighbors 2: Sorority Rising and DopeLady and the Tramp will release to the Disney+ streaming service on Nov. 12.

2 Lilo & Stitch: Stitch

Okay, maybe it’s obvious that we’d be excited about a titular character’s film appearance. Really, though — do you know how long we’ve been waiting for Stitch to transition from the 2D space to the photo-realistic one?

The film is still in early development, but we bet Stitch will be even cuter and naughtier in a new, freshly animated form. We love his friendship with Lilo and can only imagine how cute they’ll be together.

1 The Lion King: Nala

While Beyoncé’s Nala is being met with mixed reviews, we’re still excited to see Queen Bey take on The Lion King’s leading lady. Even though audiences will have to wait a few more days to judge her voice-acting skills, we can already tell by the soundtrack that her singing doesn’t disappoint.

Beyoncé’s vocals are fierce as ever, and we’re looking forward to seeing the chemistry between Nala and Simba. Can you feel the love tonight?

NEXT: 10 Things the Live Action Lion King Will Do Better

2019-07-15 01:07:46

Brooke Bajgrowicz

Greta Gerwig to Cowrite Barbie Live-Action Movie, May Also Direct

Greta Gerwig and Noah Baumbach are set to cowrite the live-action Barbie movie, with Gerwig also being eyed to direct. A live-action film based on Mattel’s immensely popular Barbie fashion doll-turned multimedia brand has been in development for just short of ten years now. The project has changed studios a few times along the way, but is currently set up at Warner Bros. and is expected to serve as their first collaboration with the recently-formed Mattel Films production company.

While Amy Schumer and Anne Hathaway were attached to star in previous iterations of the film, they’ve since moved on and been replaced by Margot Robbie (who’s also producing through her LuckyChap Entertainment banner). There’ve been even more changes in screenwriter than lead actor during the movie’s development, with names like Oscar-winner Diablo Cody (Juno, Tully) and Bert Royal (Easy A) among those who’ve turned in a draft at some point. More recently, Wonder Woman helmsman Patty Jenkins was reportedly being considered to direct the film. However, she shot down that rumor herself near the beginning of this year.

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According to The Wrap, real-life partners and fellow filmmakers Gerwig and Baumbach have now closed a deal to write a new live-action Barbie movie script. The former isn’t set to direct just yet, but she’s said to have dibs on the job if she ultimately decides she wants it.

In terms of their film collaborations, Gerwig and Baumbach have worked together on such acclaimed projects as Frances Ha and Mistress America (both of which they cowrote, with Gerwig starring and Baumbach directing). Gerwig went on to make her directing debut with 2017’s Lady Bird, a much celebrated and (very) loosely autobiographical coming of age dramedy that was nominated for Best Picture and snagged Gerwig Oscar nods for both her writing and directing. Her sophomore feature, an adaptation of the beloved Louisa May Alcott novel Little Women, is due to reach theaters this December, and is expected to become an Oscar contender in its own right.

The prospect of Gerwig and Baumbach working on a live-action Barbie movie is unexpected, but more than welcome, especially with Robbie starring and Gerwig potentially directing. What could’ve easily been a lazy attempt to cash-in on the enduring popularity of the Barbie brand is currently shaping up to be a creatively worthwhile adaptation of a best-selling toy instead. (Dare we say, even the next LEGO Movie?) The film is technically scheduled to arrive in May 2020, but it’s safe to assume at this point that WB is planning to delay Barbie to give its future director – be it Gerwig or not – the time that they need to avoid having to rush things.

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Source: The Wrap

2019-07-15 01:07:07

Sandy Schaefer

Lion King Is Disney’s 6th Rotten Live-Action Remake (Out Of 9 Movies)

Disney is having trouble cracking the magic formula that makes a live-action remake, successful because The Lion King is the latest release to receive a “rotten” score on Rotten Tomatoes. The score of 59% arrives just one week before the film is released nationwide on July 19, with 123 reviews counted. It may fluctuate after its release, but for now, this is not a good sign.

The Lion King is the sixth live-action remake out of the ten live-action remakes made in since 2010 to score a negative Rotten Tomatoes score. Those other five films? In chronological order, they are: Alice in Wonderland at 51%; Maleficent at 54%; Alice Through the Looking Glass at 29%; Dumbo with 46%; and last but not least, Aladdin, which earned a 57%. The four live-action remakes that have achieved overall positive scores are The Jungle Book (95%), Beauty and the Beast (71%), Cinderella (84%), and Christopher Robin (72%).

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A poor Rotten Tomatoes score is by no means definitive, in that it doesn’t take into account how the audiences feel about the movies, instead only considering the opinions of a critics. What these numbers do indicate, however, is there may be something wrong with Disney throwing itself wholeheartedly into live-action remakes without a clear new vision to ensure that they’re worthwhile. The Lion King‘s lacklustre reviews are just more proof of this.

The 59% score on Rotten Tomatoes could potentially affect The Lion King’s success in the coming weeks when it comes to assuring audiences it’s a film worth seeing. While the score is by no means completely damning, it’s probably not Disney was hoping for when the studio spend a quarter of a billion dollars remaking The Lion King. Given the pedigree of the cast (including Donald Glover, Beyoncé, James Earl Jones, and Chiwetel Ejiofor) and the director (Jon Favreau), the success of its 1994 animated predecessor, and the technological achievements through photorealistic creation of the animals in the film, The Lion King should have been aiming considerably higher.

Looking ahead to the next few years of Disney live-action films, there will be a high bar to clear with Rotten Tomatoes scores if there is going to be any faith restored in the live-action plan. Up next is Maleficent: Mistress of Evil, the sequel to Maleficent, and Lady & the Tramp will close out Disney’s live-action slate in 2019 (though that movie is releasing on Disney+ rather than in theaters). Then, Mulan arrives in March 2020, followed by Cruella in December 2020 and The Little Mermaid in 2021. Being united by a common bond as a mostly female-led slate of films with complex, intelligent protagonists at their respective centers could help get those Rotten Tomatoes scores where they need to be – but only time will tell.

There is clearly no intention on Disney’s part to stop making these live-action remakes anytime soon, since mediocre reviews don’t seem to affect the box office too badly. Aladdin, which has a similar score to The Lion King, has grossed $929 million. Still, if these movies continue to build a reputation for being disappointing, Disney may have to find a way to justify live-action remakes beyond simply wanting to make money off nostalgia.

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2019-07-14 06:07:06

Allie Gemmill

10 Cerebral Action Movies To Watch If You Like The Matrix

In March 1999, The Matrix forever changed action cinema. The Wachowskis’ mind-bending science-fiction epic mixed heart pounding action set pieces with a thought-provoking story asking: what if the world we lived in was a simulation? How would we know? What would a person do if they found out? The movie was both a critical and commercial success. Thoughts on the second and third films are mixed, but the first entry is universally beloved and stands the test of time.

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It’s a fantastic movie you can watch over and over again, but even the best movies grow tiring after a while. What if you’re fatigued from Neo’s first adventure, but want more cerebral action films? The sequels are reasonable, but don’t give the same thrills. Well, fear not, dear reader, for the next ten entries will present several films woven from a similar cloth. Everyone loves watching people fight with a side platter of food for thought, and the ten films presented below will do just that. The older ones were even direct influences on The Wachowskis, so they bear some visual similarities to The Matrix.

10 Ghost In The Shell

This is, of course, referring to the 1995 anime classic, and not the universally panned live-action adaptation. Ghost in the Shell is dense, covering a breadth of topics relating to this gloomy cyberpunk future in a run time just shy of ninety minutes.

How much does cybernetic augmentation take away from one’s humanity? What effect does technology have on the soul? When the characters aren’t on philosophical rants, they are chasing down leads and engaging in intense combat. The 2004 sequel, Ghost in the Shell: Innocence, delves even deeper into these subjects.

9 Edge Of Tomorrow

Every time Tom Cruise bites it on the battlefield, his day starts over. With each reset, his skills improve as he slowly becomes a supersoldier.

This Hollywood film is based on the manga, All You Need Is Kill, and has been through some strange title-changing shenanigans in its time, going from Edge of Tomorrow to Live.Die. Repeat.

8 Source Code

Jake Gyllenhaal possesses a man’s body in a simulation in order to discover who blew up a train earlier that day. Every time the bomb goes off, he goes back to the real world and is sent back into the simulation to try and find the perpetrator once more.

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Each time he enters, he gets closer to unraveling the mystery, but further, darker truths are unraveled about the main character. Source Code was directed by Duncan Jones, and while it is not as overtly cerebral as Moon, it still raised some interesting questions about bleeding-edge technology.

7 Looper

In Looper, Joseph Gordon-Levitt plays a hitman hunting down a future version of himself, played by Bruce Willis.

Rian Johnson directed it, and seeing the impressive set design and practical effects makes it easy to understand why he was chosen to write and direct a Star Wars movie. It’s a fascinating, creative and ambitious adventure, one that isn’t as impenetrable as some movies of its type can be.

6 Total Recall

Total Recall poses the classic question: did any of this movie actually happen? In this beloved and iconic movie, Arnold Schwarzenegger is a normal working class guy – as normal as a muscle-bound Austrian millionaire can be – who takes a virtual vacation.

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After exiting the simulation, his life turns into an action thriller that has him going to Mars. The short story on which it is based was written by Phillip K. Dick, and Paul Verhoeven, known for other thought-provoking action movies like Robocop and Starship Troopers, was the director.

5 Minority Report

In Minority Report, an experimental police force of the future have the ability to stop crimes and arrest people before the crimes even occur. Things spiral out of control, however, when a police officer is accused of a future homicide.

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Steven Spielberg brought this short story to life with great results, being a far cry from the wholesome science-fiction for which he is known.

4 Inception

Inception is an epic two-and-a-half-hour journey into dreams. By the end of it, many audience members had no idea what happened.

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Even the people who left theaters in confusion were still thoroughly entertained by the impressive action sequences and stellar performances by a cast including Joseph Gordon-Levitt, Leonardo DiCaprio, and Tom Hardy. Few directors are allowed to craft such original ideas with hefty budgets, and it’s a good thing Christopher Nolan is one of them.

3 District 9

Aliens land in Johannesburg, South Africa, and are treated as second class citizens. When an officer tasked with relocating the aliens is sprayed with a mysterious substance, he slowly starts transforming into one of them.

District 9 was Neil Blomkamp’s debut feature, and its narrative draws parallels to brutal systems of segregation that have existed in our society over human history. It is analogy for an important civil rights issue AND features people getting gibbed like they were fragged in Quake. What more could a movie fan ask for?

2 Snow Piercer

Snowpiercer is a post-apocalyptic action film set on a train. People are stratified by social class, where the rich at the front live in luxury and the poor are considered filth.

A revolution sparks and the lower class citizens fight their way to the front. A simple analogy for class struggle, but an effective one that makes for a fantastic film. Again, it’s a movie that may seem simple on the surface, but it has a lot more to say than you might think.

1 Akira

Akira is a cyberpunk masterpiece, transcending its genre to become one of the greatest pieces of media ever made. The world in which the story takes place is magnificently crafted, feeling more fleshed out and developed in two hours than most long running series do with their settings over several seasons.

Currently, Taika Wattiti is set to direct a live-action version. As hard as this is to pull off, The New Zealand born film-maker just may be talented enough to do it justice.

NEXT: Best Fight Scenes From The Matrix, Ranked

2019-07-14 01:07:39

Jason Wojnar

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