Transformers is one of the successful franchise that Hollywood has released. It features six live-action movies and one cartoon-based movie that base their story between heroic Autobots and evil Decepticons. The director of this franchise has overseen the production of The Last Knight, Age of extinction, Dark of the moon and Revenge of the Fallen. Also, with the production of Bumblee, there has been a twist of approach when it comes to the Transformer Movie franchise. This article ranks the four best transformer movies based on what makes them great.
1. Bumblee (2018)
The idea of Bumblee has transformed their approach in their production. It features a family approach to the whole Transformers franchise. The concept does not only make the movie universal but also makes it more exciting.
This movie features American screen player Haile Steinfield who plays as Charlie Watson. As the story has it, she was eager to get her car and misses her demised father terribly. She stumbles into an old dusty Volkswagen Beetle in a junkyard which she starts working on it. As it turned up, the beetle is a transformer that had been wiped off his memory after a war that had broken up on his planet.
The big is quite shy, and you can tell from his mystic blue eyes when he first meets with Charlie. Well, they get pretty well with each other until the end when Bee gets involved in a gritty robot war in a shipyard.
Compared with other movies in this franchise, this movie feels to be one of the best in their production due to its family-oriented plot.
2. Transformers (2007)
Featuring one of their first movie in this franchise, Transformers has a close approach that is quite similar to Bumblee. Since it is the first movie that brought up the entire franchise, it would be fair to make it number two.
The story features a story between an Autobot with a human, which portrays them strongest cooperation between the two. There are tons of heroism, and modern paced blockbusters to enjoy making it an exciting flick to watch.
It takes quite a while to have the Autobots fight with the Decepticons, but all the same, it brings out the level of excitement that you would expect from a Transformer movie.
3. Transformers Age of Extinction (2014)
After Dark Moon, The Age of Extinction features one of the most dramatic movies that led to a new whole concept about this franchise. The film introduces a human element into the franchise ignoring the hype of the transformers for a while.
As its story goes, congress bans the human-robots combat partnership, which makes Cad and his daughter outlawed for harboring some robots in their barn. However, some evil corporation considers using the Transformers as weapons with a Decepticon known as Galvatron having its idea to do away with the human race. From that, Cade had to stop the evil corporation and the Transformers through the help of Optimus Prime.
What makes this movie exciting is its epic battle that brings one of the most remarkable visuals in this franchise. It also reintroduces the Dinobots, which were left out since the cartoon era.
4. Dark of the Moon (2011)
After an unfortunate turn of the event with the releases of 2007 and 2008, this movie turned everything and indicated that the series was not yet out of the game.
The movie tries to focus on a race between the Autobots and Decepticons when trying to recover an artifact that would end their conflict once and for all. It from this point that the transformers movies started to depend too much on the historical events that have happened to humanity.
Even so, the movie does not stop in giving its fans a show-stopping battle based in Chicago, which makes an impressive turn for its lovers.