>when she looks like that who cares about the acting
I find nowadays that putting a hot chick in a film bothers me more than it titilates, 'cos it usually means they're trying to distract me from crappy plots, stupid dialogue and bad acting.
>I heard it had no Plot, Story,... Acting,..
That's never bothered anyone before.
>I want action I don't want Shakespeare....
See? I got no problem with people who like hardcore action films, but I personally wish there was more choice out there since I don't.
>if you liked part 1 then you'll dig this one
Well.... I didn't. Too many little things bothered me. I didn't like the designs; too busy, and if I was designing a combat robot it'd have it's vitals covered better. I didn't like the action; there were a lot of problems with scale and location. (Like the fight in the parking garage, where the robot seemed much taller than the cieling.) And I HATED the ending. So.... you've got all this leftover alien supertechnology, and you're gonna just dump it into the ocean?!?!? (And no doubt look surprised when the "dead" bad guys come back....)
>Since when can the robots look just like humans. If they could do that they would have done it the whole time.
There WAS a line of Transformers in the 80's that looked human. (Can't remember what they were called.... but the Decepticon ones looked like monster guys....) One of the things I thought was weird about the first was that the Transformers could apparently change into multiple forms; like Bumblebee did. In the original they (almost) all had one alternate form, and there was a good explanation as to why they looked like Earth objects.