Transformers: The Last Knight

Transformers: The Last Knight

By Michael Bay

  • Genre: Action & Adventure
  • Release Date: 2017-06-21
  • Advisory Rating: 12
  • Runtime: 2h 34min
  • Director: Michael Bay
  • Production Company: Tom DeSanto/Don Murphy Production
  • Production Country: Canada, United States of America
  • iTunes Price: GBP 6.99
From 2,546 Ratings


From Director Michael Bay and Executive Producer Steven Spielberg comes the biggest, most explosive Transformers yet. Our world's greatest hero becomes our fiercest enemy when Optimus Prime launches a mission to save Cybertron by destroying Earth. Now Bumblebee and Cade Yeager (Mark Wahlberg) must lead the Autobots against their former ally in the ultimate battle to save mankind from annihilation.



  • Very good film

    By Allan Wyn
    Heard the really poor reviews but I though that a good, entertaining and in places fantastic film. Well worth a watch.
  • Best film ever

    By lee bear81
    This is so good love this film
  • Disgraceful

    By Lucky_bear2008
    Horrendous, less than 30mins of transformer screen time wasted barricade potential, confusing, horrific acting, only three good characters (Cogman, his master and sqweeks) no action whatsoever complete utter disgrace to this series. ZERO and I mean ZERO explanation for anything and nothing for a “Optimus prime” A complete and utter failure. Michael bay should just quit movies and scrap the probably cancer-inflicting 17 next movies!
  • Best one so far

    By Kucingku
    I found this movie way better than the previous installment in term of the storyline. Love how they tie in King Arthur Lore into the storyline.
  • At least Anthony Hopkins looked like he was having fun

    By Maxiderp
    The rest was awful
  • A Great Film🙂🙂👍🏻👍🏻 ((BUT))

    By JP QUINN 40
    A Great Film🙂🙂🙂👍🏻👍🏻👍🏻 BUT Why Does It Keep Changing Aspect Ratios In The Film That’s Very Annoying🙁👎🏻
  • Absolutely terrible!

    By 2kool2btrue
    Please don’t waste time and money like I just did! Terrible storyline! Terrible action. Terrible all round
  • A Special Kind of Terrible

    By Chris Parkes
    Both genuinely awesome (if you want to see what £216 million dollars of cutting edge visual effects looks like through the filter one of modern cinema’s most singular directors) and genuinely awful (I literally cannot tell you how the plot played out, and I’ve seen this film TWICE) with not a single moment that is any way related to the next, not a single moment of rest or calm, where the sound mix isn’t pounding your ears, or the camera isn’t doing huge sweeping moments as a thousand beautifully rendered details swoop by... honestly the only explanation I have is that Michael Bay is on some serious mind-altering stuff and Paramount keeps giving him money because logic be damned these films have made enough money to rescue most of the third world from poverty. Like a spectacular car crash that goes on and on and on, this is truly a unique piece of glittering, repulsive trash.
  • Impressive — yet uninspiring and forgettable

    By DesignThinking
    Clearly shed-loads of cash has been thrown at this. Yet there is an air of desperation about the way the bloated storyline tries to include everything including the kitchen sink. Mr Hopkins is excellent as ever, but the chop and change of the story direction and overstuffed script results ultimately in an unsatifying movie. Watching two and a half hours of film cut like a thirty-second commercial is exhausting, revealing a movie that serves more as a technical demonstration than anything of any cinematic substance. But then I guess a movie based entirely on action figures is never going to be more than a cartoon — albeit a very, very expensive one. Disappointing.
  • Epic

    By Lrtc1916
    One of the best !!!