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    WATCH: What If Michael Bay Directed 'Up'?

    Imagine if the director of "Armageddon" and "Transformers" got his hands on the beloved Pixar classic, and it might look like something like this funny spoof trailer.

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    Michael Bay Says He'll Hand Off 'Transformers 5' To Another Director

    Asked what’s next for the “Transformers ” franchise literally a few hours after he finished “Transformers: Age of Exctinction,” Michael Bay quipped half-seriously, “there’s a lot that’s unexplored, but that’s for the next director to figure out.” He added “they’re hard movies to do and it takes ever...

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    Review: 'Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles' Starring Megan Fox, Will Arnett And More

    In “The Great Gatsby,” F. Scott Fitzgerald describes Tom Buchanan's size as “cruel.” Before we meet the character, the narrative tells us that his physicality is brutish and unpleasant, undermining Buchanan's desire for others to bask in his own Übermensch status. The bodies and faces of the title c...

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    The Value of Incoherency: Taking Michael Bay’s Transformers Films Seriously

    Michael Bay’s Transformers movies are incoherent. That is not a controversial claim; I doubt many would argue otherwise. Yet two questions remain: How do they achieve their incoherency? And is that incoherency of any value?

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    Is Michael Bay "The Most Important Director in Hollywood"?

    Love them or hate them — or both — Michael Bay's movies can no longer be ignored.

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    Watch: Film Critics Try to Say Something Good About Michael Bay

    Five critics tried to put their best spin on "Transformers: Age of Extinction." They really did.

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    Top Ten Box Office Takeaways: Holiday Box Office Suffers Worst Drop of the Year

    This fourth of July weekend, the box office, led yet again by Michael Bay's latest "Transformers," suffered a serious collapse. The Top Ten grossed $113 million. That is $107 million less than last year (when the 4th fell on a Thursday). It's worse than that -- no June or July weekend has grossed th...

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    "Let Them Hate": Michael Bay And Producer Lorenzo di Bonaventura Talk Critics

    There's a curious paradox around "Transformers: Age Of Extinction": it became the first movie of 2014 to open with over $100 million, and yet, it's one of the worst reviewed blockbusters of the year. Critics carved up the latest from Michael Bay, some with eager relish. But the bottom line is, peopl...

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    Criticwire Survey: A Michael Bay-ferendum

    Is Michael Bay an artist or a threat to cinema? And what, if any, purpose do critics have with regard to a movie like "Transformers: Age of Extinction"?

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    'Transformers 4' Delivers Year's First $100-Million Weekend, Jolie's 'Maleficent' Passes $200 Million Domestic, 'Fault' Woodley's Second $100-Million Grosser

    "Transformers: Age of Extinction" overcame the worst reviews of Michael Bay's career to deliver the summer's first $100 million weekend. The rest of the world came in just over double that at $201 million. With the World Cup having finished its intense initial round and little competition from new f...

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