My Grandpa is a recovering stroke patient at his local hospital out in Utah. Earlier this year he lost complete control over the right side of his body, and has been in the hospital doing physical therapy to try and get to the point where he can be sent home, albeit with continued aid. Yesterday was his last day, after several brutal months of having to learn how to walk again and what not, the hospital took him and a couple other physical therapy patients to the movies (it was a rainy day anyway, not like they could go chill in the park). I called him last night to see how he was doing and he was like "Guess what!? They took me to see them Transformers!". He can only speak with half of his mouth so I probably didn't catch everything he said, but I listened intently as usual. What did the 90-something year old like about ROTF? -The cars, he's always been big on the auto scene, nice wide variety of flashy driveables -The cool yellow camaro being a robot and a slick car (he hasn't seen the first film) -The crazy mom at the college -The big red/blue robot with the deep voice What didn't the 90-something year old like about ROTF? -Length. He said he felt like the movie was going to end several times and ZAP some other stuff starts happening. -The volume, he said it was VERY loud. I've heard other people mention how the volume seemed cranked on this movie, but this could've just as well been a hearing aid issue (he's had one for 5 years and still hasn't quite figured it out). All in all though, he talked like he really enjoyed it. I'm sure it was a treat just to be able to go out and be somewhere besides the hospital for a while. He was the most excited I'd heard him in weeks while he was telling me what he thought about it, which is always a plus. Just figured this "different" take on it would be kind of interesting, seeing as how the majority of opinions we've heard have come from fans (in both camps on their view points) and paid critics.