THIS THREAD CONTAINS SPOILERS Michael Bay just showed up for the first exhibition of DOTM held in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil this sunday June 19th. The exhibition was closed to media professionals. Here is a translation of the matter published by the brazilian website Ometete.com (wrote by Marcelo Forlani) Omelete.com just left the first exhibition in the world of the movie Transformers Dark of the Moon. The exhibition in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, counted with the presence of the director Michael Bay who entered the room to thank everyone and said he was excited and proud of what he just made. After talking to the media professionals from the Latin America on the other room Bay came back to the brazilian room to watch the movie, but he didn't stay until the end. Probably even he couldn't afford all the noise he put on the third act. Dividing the picture in three acts seemed to be a technical mistake since the whole movie is a enormous climax. Shot after shot it increases the volume, the battles, the damages caused by the robot's clashes in the Earth. The 3D uses impresses from the first scene, when Autobots and Decepticons battles in their native planet. In this scene is possible to figure the size of the extinct mechanical planet of both factions, Cybertron. Action sequences aren't amiss. It happens in the air, on the highway, in the city, specially in Chicago where the destruction is giant. To those who liked the first movie and disapproved the mess of the second one we can say that DOTM returns to the point where the franchising started. The humor and action are a little more balanced. But when talking about Michael Bay there is nothing smaller than the gigantic what turns the experience exhausting to those who don't have anymore so much passion for the robots in disguise. Before I forget a detail: Megan Fox isn't missed a bit. Rosie Huntington-Whiteley is beautiful, runs, screams (with british accent, what is an extra atractive) and follows Sam (Shia LaBeouf) everywhere. The former Victoria's Secret's model also appears walking on underpants and loose shirt facing back to the camera. That was expected from Michael Bay, who would work as a mechanic if he wasn't a cineast, that would explain his passion for cars. (this last line is a joke since in Brazil auto mechanics are known for having posters of nude girls all over the work place) I'll translate more relevant matters as they come out.