Transformers: Age of Extinction looks like it's going to be a really fun movie. The Super Bowl spot was was pretty thrilling, and it seemed to do the trick and got people excited for the movie. One of the actors in the film, Titus Welliver, was talking to The Nerdist about it, saying,
“I’ve now won the hard earned respect of my children because I’m in a Transformers film, and I’ve always wanted to work with Michael Bay and certainly Mark Wahlberg and Kelsey Grammer.”
When asked about what fans could look forward to in the movie, this is what he had to say,
“It’s a bit more of a darker vision of the Transformers world… It’s not a kids movie, I’ll tell you that much.”
All of the Transformers movies have been PG-13, and none of them have necessarily been "kids movies," but it doesn't stop parents from taking their kids to see them. The question is… how much darker than the first three movies will this fourth film?
I just want to say that making a film darker doesn't make it better.Transformers never needed to be dark, they just needed to be fun action films with solid stories. Hopefully the story for this fourth movie will be good.