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Funny, didn't expect you enjoyed it.
10:20 Actually! The Moon makes one rotation every 29.5 days, which is about the time it takes for the Moon to complete one revolution around the Earth. Therefore, we only get to see only one side to the moon.
*of the moon.
But it's not the same side of the moon the Russians get. And with satellites now all over the world nothing picked it up?
Great review. I still cant stand this film but I get where your going. I want to see a real Transformers movie not a dumb action series. Can I ask what your least favourite film? Will you ever review X-Men First Class, Thor and Cap?
@Browncoat Eric It's the exact same side the Russians get. I think you're thinking of the phases of the moon. True, different hemispheres perceive the moon differently (Northern = Waxing gibbous, Southern = waning gibbous). But, it's the same side of the moon that is getting illuminated. In addition, the moon is only 380,000 km away from the Earth, which is only about 13,000 km in diameter, therefore it's not a big enough to perceive completely different phases, just opposites in the North and South. BTW, love your reviews. Can't wait on what you have to say about the new DC relaunch books.
@Mattffx10 I feel the same way.
I thought sentinel was even more terrifying, how he smashes megatron's head against a wall, and completely owns optimus at Washington and the big stand off at the end
What I got from transformers 3, was perhaps what everyone liked in TF1, but the action scenes in ROTF, you combine those 2 and improvement on some of the characters and we got a really entertaining action film. I loved DOTM, obvious it had its problems, like the lack of megatron etc but apart from that a really good live action transformers film, shame DOTM was not TF1
Not surprised with the hatred of ROTF, everybody and their dog on the internet hates it apparently. But worst movie I have ever seen, that's stretching it a lot. I mean I've sat through way, way way worse, ROTF was just really flawed, and DOTM seeked to correct those issues.