Except you're the one with the invalid argument Darkseeker you're stating things on how the movies should be. Hazekiah on the other hand is stating basically movie making facts. He's looking at Transformers as movie franchise as a whole not an adaptation. All you're doing is stating the same things over and over again it should be about the transformers while Hazekiah is actually explaining and giving examples of how in pretty much every other movie this isn't the case. Alien is the story of Ripley, true but it could be argued that the first trilogy is the story of Sam, Spielberg sure thinks so. Dorothy's journey actually has some similarities to Sam. The movies follow the structure of basically any protagonist journey. Another example the new apes franchise Ceaser is the hero but he is not the protagonist of either instead the story is told through the human character he interacts with just like transformers. Jurassic Park is about Grants journey. Basically each movie is about a human characters journey it's just how movies work. ET was about ET but he wasn't the protagonist. Every Hulk movie is ultimately about Bruce Banner the hulk plays a part but the emotional weight of the story is Banner the human side. The Terminator despite the being named after the machine is actually about the Connor's before Genisys the main character and hero was clearly John Conner not Arnold, the human not the machine. Finally even the 1990 TMNT movie it was about the turtles but the character whose perspective the story was told from April just like the new. Is any of this getting through if not I will ask a simple question. Let's say through some twist of fate the movies were the only version of the franchise therefore you don't have any knowledge of the robots or the mythology as such you are being introduced to them just as Sam and the other humans are. If you have no knowledge and this was your intro would you expect them to be the main characters probably not because it's never been done before why all of sudden expect it now instead you would probably be shocked at the amount of screen time and focus that was being given to big budgeted effects if there was nothing else in the franchise and Age came out, people would be shocked absolutely shocked to see a movie where the CG characters were pretty much the main characters. As already stated what Age of Extinction did with the robots is truly groundbreaking and has really never been done before if so only a select few times. If fans would look at the movies as just that a movie series instead of an adaptation there would be no reason to complain about robot screen time.