Transformers: Rise of the Beasts (2023)

Nonton Online Film Transformers: Rise of the Beasts (2023) Sub Indonesia

Nonton Film Transformers: Rise of the Beasts Eng Sub – This is still a film about giant space robots talking trash and crashing into each other, but “Transformers: Rise of the Beasts” is better than most offerings in the franchise. This latest summer extravaganza, based on Hasbro toys, doesn’t reach the heights of the unexpectedly enjoyable “Bumblebee” from 2018. But it’s far superior to the five raucous blockbusters Michael Bay directed between 2007 and 2017. Steven Caple Jr. (“Creed II”) takes over the reins this time, bringing a narrative focus and visual coherence that was sorely lacking in the past. You can actually see what’s going on in the giant action sequences, which is always a plus. Longtime fans will probably enjoy childhood nostalgia when seeing these beloved characters come to life. In addition to the Autobots—led as usual by Optimus Prime and voiced by his trademark Peter Cullen—“Rise of the Beasts” also features the Maximals from the TV series “Transformers: Beast Wars” and various intergalactic villains doing the bidding of the planet-devouring Unicron (Colman Domingo ). They’re all after the same old-fashioned McGuffiny doohickey that’s incredibly powerful and can cause massive damage. But what makes “Rise of the Beasts” relatable to everyone is the fact that it shows a surprising concern with humans caught in the middle of an epic battle between good and evil. That’s a rarity in the series, which is better known for its bland Bay-movie variety and groan-inducing banter. The screenplay, credited to five people, gives the likeable Anthony Ramos and Dominique Fishback a chance to create characters we might care about. And yes, it does sound contradictory to say: “I want more humanity in my film about otherworldly creatures pretending to be cars and trucks.” But that’s what makes “Rise of the Beasts,” and Travis Knight’s 80s “Bumblebee” stand out. It is not a sequel to “Bumblebee,” but begins soon after in 1994 and before the events of the first “Transformers.” So it’s kind of a prequel and a reboot of sorts. Either way, it takes place in a seedy, pre-Giuliani New York City where Ramos’ Noah Diaz is a former military electronics expert looking for work to support his family. This includes his adorable little brother, Kris (Dean Scott Vazquez), who suffers from a chronic illness. At the same time, at a museum on Ellis Island, Elena Fishback struggles to prove herself as an artifact expert knowledgeable beyond her years. Both are young people of color who are repeatedly belittled and marginalized by the white people in charge, which provides more context and social critique than we usually see in these films

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