The Transformers movie franchise is already in it's 5th installment. But we all know Paramount and Michael Bay kept leaving plot holes and inconsistencies after every film. Worst, one film contradicts some parts of previous films if not all. You see, it's the franchise LONG TIME PROBLEM if not SICKNESS. Paramount and Hasbro are always bare plans on making TF films and even mentioning a Bumbleebee-centric films. That being said, why don't they do their best to FIX the plot holes and inconsistencies they've made? Why don't Paramount and Hasbro be like Marvel's MCU. In Marvel's MCU, they have these numerous super-hero films BUT their team from producer, writers and directors ALWAYS KEEP THE CONTINUITY INTACT. Leaving no plotholes and inconsistencies from little to NONE. And with MCU, although they're all Superhero flicks, every movie has it's OWN THEME PLOT: Iron Man = Genius Billionaire's struggle to from being a weapons maker into a philanthropist Captain America = Hidden secrets and betrayals (Political-Action Thriller) Guardians of the Galaxy = Marvel's own version of Star Wars with comedic twist (Sci-Fi Comedy) Doctor Strange and Thor = Magical and Mysticism; Norse mythology of Gods. Am I being unfair? Asking a lot? I'm not saying it's easy. Well, Superheroes and Transformers aren't the same. But what's ALWAYS been with TF films is "involvement with human history". 5 films and it's always like that. Is there no other way to write a better TF film exploring outside the box of "involvement with human history" thing? I'm not saying the TF film franchise directly copy MCU. But at least DRAW SOME INSPIRATION from it to make better improvements.