There were certain things about the movie I didn't understand, and I have questions. Maybe you guys can help. First, how exactly did Starscream die? Shia took out both of his eyes so he was blind, and then he just kinda thrashed around and killed himself??? Did Bumblebee shoot him in the head, maybe... it was kinda fast. How is it even remotely possible for Shia to rumble with Starscream and Laserbeak, and go through a falling building (while being on the inside and out) and still make it out alive? I know that not all things make sense in movies, but this is stretched a bit too far in my opinion. They said that the movie would redeem itself from ROTF through having more of a 'human' element to it, but that's bs, because when Ironhide was killed, no one shed a tear. Ironhide is an old soldier who fought alongside Optimus and the others for millenia, but no one acknowledges his death? Lenox has been fighting alonside Ironhide for what... six years, and he can't shed a tear?? I would have even been okay with Optimus pulling a one liner out of his ass at the end and saying "this is for Ironhide" as he blew Sentinel away, but we couldn't even get that much for one of the most popular and loved characters. Last but not least, with the whole invasion, it seemed to me as if there were countless warships and decepticons invading Chicago, but only nine autobots and a ragtag team of humans to defeat the threat... I only saw those two little autobots bring down the ark, but what about the other ships? I didnt see them being taken down.. maybe they were transported back to cybertron when the teleportation thingy mah giggy was destroyed? Another gripe I have with the movie is that Prime and Bee get all the attention, with hardly any other bot killing the main cons. Prime kills what, the big skyscraping killer decepticon, shockwave, megs, and sentinel. Bee kills laserbeak, the other bots just kill random unknowns. In my opinion, ROTF was better... maybe I just need to cool down after having high expectations for this one, but it just didnt fit together nicely like the first one did. The 2nd one was above average in my opinion, but I think it was still better than the third. Maybe it warrants a second watch through when it comes out on blu ray. Again, this is just me fuming, but I'm going to say it anyway, if Bay directs a fourth TF movie, then I don't think i'm going to waste another two and a half hours on his bs.