It was good, I liked it. Sam's new girlfriend was a little irritating and they only gave her one shining moment which was calling Megatron a b-tch, they made her a damsel in distress and I tend it get irritated by those in films.
I didn't care for the other X-Men films, I liked X-Men Origin's Wolverine but the others ones I was kind of bored by and I expected the same from this one but I actually liked this one, it caught my attention and kept it.
I tend to dislike chick flicks, I'm the person who goes 'whatever' throughout the entire movie but this one was different, I thoroughly enjoyed it, it kept my attention. Though Sturridge's character was...basically a stalker, you could tell his feelings were genuine and when she asked him to stop he did. Plus the dynamic between Will and his brother is beautiful to watch unfold.
One of my favorite movies is Jaws and I have a somewhat extensive shark movie collection, I even own some of the bad ones...willingly.
This movie takes the cake for horrible. Thankfully I didn't pay money to see it. I give it one star because I actually recognized some of the cast, Chris Carmack and Sarah Paxton, but its not worth anymore than that.
I'm not a fan of Steve Carell so I watched the movie thinking I wouldn't like it but it was surprisingly good, though I did get a slightly amused look from my husband when I went 'oh my god' at Ryan Goslings abs...
It lacked the same finesse that the first three films had. It also seemed as though none of the actors/actresses wanted to be there, they were just doing it for the paycheck, which is probably true. They also could have found a better actress then Emma Roberts, she was terrible.