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‘Transformers’ Sequel Is A Continuity Nightmare


According to MovieMistakes.com, the new Transformers sequel has more editing mistakes than any other movie in 2009. So far, at least forty continuity errors have been reported. This should surprise nobody, as Michael Bay‘s toy robot spectacle looks as if it was put into a blender and set to puree. But that’s the point: it moves so fast that people don’t have time to think about how much it stinks. The original Transformers followed the same model, as you can see in the following clip:

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