This isn't the typical Optimus is too violent or brutal complaint usually found within the community we're all familiar with so rest easy folks. Movie Prime never bothered me until this atrocious, cartoon-like, ending we were given with him flying away into space, all in the name of keeping the device safe from deceptions or anything threatening to use it on Earth;Not to mention just how reckless that was.Not only did he leave the autobots leaderless, knowing the last time he did this they were disorganized and fought each other for control for the title of leader, he doesn't even give it time to think it out. He just flys out and says see ya! Without thinking hey maybe I should make sure the guy I knew and fought for centuries died in the battle and didn't escape like he did in Egypt or they could create a short alliance with humans and blast it into space or even consider that maybe, if he leaves, the autobots might just retaliate again. Are we suppose to believe the battle or the short words he gave just before he left about protecting the humans was able to make them change so they can work as a team this time? Or what about the humans authoritative figures? How does he know they won't exile them once again or hold them accountable like they did after Chicago? This would be acceptable if it was the same Optimus we met in the beginning of the movie. The Optimus we meet in the end however is different. We see him from abandoning the humans to their fate, to willing to sacrificing himself so that a human could live, something he would have never done before. Optimus was a reckless and incompetent leader this time. This type of leadership was fine and dandy when he was the hopeless and broken self he was in the beginning but this type of irresponsible actions now? When his belief in humankind was enstilled once again and became the leader he was before? The Optimus we all know would never do this! The way they wrote Optimus this time around is the biggest problem I have with the movie. It's possible this is the worst iteration of Prime I've seen.