After the first showing I hopped on the bandwagon because I was legitimately disappointed in what I got. My hopes and expectations were mountain height thanks to the writers room and everything we were told would come out of it. But this movie only barely touched on what they were going for. And then the decepticons had the most potential out of all the movies only for most of them to die, and quickly. Then the editing felt very out of wack. It just goes by so quickly. I couldn't process what I had even just seen getting out the first time. Came back here and ranted for a bit but my rants came from me also being very disappointed that i felt like i didnt enjoy this one, whereas I walked out the 4th movie feeling like I just left an awesome theater experience. What's funny too, is that for some reason on the first showing, my theater COMPLETELY fucked the aspect ratio beyond belief. As in, it wasn't even widescreen. The picture only took up 2/4 of the screen. Like they were trying to prevent people from noticing the shifting aspect ratio thanks to the IMAX cameras. It was just all around a weird theater experience for me. So I just had to see it again. And thankfully, I truly did enjoy it more. It settled with me that this was what I was going to get. And there were alot of things I did miss the first go round. And thankfully the aspect ratio was fixed so that it took up the whole screen. The shifting aspect ratios never bothered me. Matter of fact I barely noticed most of it. The jokes seemed way less funny this time but I payed more attention and, despite the bad editing, more scenes came to make more sense. And i noticed that there is a certain charm the movie gives off, especially during the final battle. I'm going to probably see this one last time in theaters and then write a final review.