Now that it's been 14 hours since I saw AoE yesterday, that feeling of having buyer's remorse is starting to set in. Never have I wanted to get my money back on a movie ticket like I feel with Age of Extinction. I feel like I was duped with false advertisement of what this new movie was going to be from what was shown in the trailers leading up to the movie's release. I paid for an awesome Transformer movie experience and what I got was a movie with mostly human actors, very little Transformer screen time and...mostly importantly...very little, to none, Dinobot screen time: the main draw to the movie from how the trailers advertised it. I usually have low expectations when I go into movies, I liked the Spiderman reboot after all, but I guess with the Transformer franchise, I have lofty expectations since it is my favorite non-video game franchise in pop culture since I was 10 years old in 1984 with the G1 Transformers and having such fond nostalgia with the series. However, every time I come out of these Michael Bay Transformer movies, I feel like I am let down and have this empty void of disappointment...every single time. Yet, I keep falling for the hype surrounding these movies and I keep seeing them. I SWEAR...I WILL NO LONGER SEE ANY MORE OF THESE HORRIBLE MOVIES IN THE FUTURE!!! Had I bothered to look at RottenTomatoes and Metacritic and saw their overall ratings before planning to go see this movie, I would not have even bothered with seeing Age of Extinction. I was just so caught up in the hype of this new movie, I just assumed it was going to be great. I guess I was wrong. So that was my fault. I feel like such a sucker for supporting this Michael Bay franchise yet again. I think I am going to start my Saturday morning with watching some G1 Transformer cartoons to wash that abomination of a movie out of my mind permanently. I am going to start with "SOS Dinobots" first to get a real treat of an awesome introduction of the Dinobots like I was lead to believe with Age of Extinction but ultimately failed to deliver on.