Ranking Transformers Movies From Worst To Best: In the realm of big-screen spectacle, few franchises have made as much of an impact as the Transformers series.
The decision to replace Shia LaBeouf with Mark Wahlberg seemed like a good idea but unfortunately, it didn’t work out.
The Last Knight appears to be the point where Bay and the studio stopped putting in effort. Despite some improvements in character development.
Due to the writers’ strike during its production, Revenge of the Fallen feels rushed and unfinished. The story is poorly paced, lacking breaks and continuity during its lengthy runtime.
Despite suffering from some of the common problems found in Transformers movies, Dark of the Moon stands out as a decent entry in the franchise.
Transformers, the first movie in the franchise, is considered the best of the Bay films due to its simplicity and lack of convoluted lore that creates plot holes.
Bumblebee definitely breaks away from the style of the previous Transformers films right from the start, as seen in the opening scene on Cybertron.
Hailee Steinfeld’s portrayal of a strong and charismatic character with an interesting backstory.