Mark Wahlberg feels protective of daughter

Posted June 25, 2017

Other actors in the film include celebrities like Lennox, played by Josh Duhamel, the military man from the previous movies; Jimmy, played by Jerrod Carmichael, Cade's jokey sidekick; and Izabella, played by Isabela Moner, the requisite adorable child. After some quick dialogue (King Arthur discussing Merlin), and a insane medieval battle, we see some fantastic shots of huge green mountains (not what I was expecting from a Transformers movie), before a massive robot dragon begins attacking England. The "Transformers: The Last Knight" star says his 13-year-old daughter Ella Rae has caught the eye of a boy and whilst he was nothing but "polite and well prepared", Mark still feels protective over his daughter.

Once again these beloved Autobots and Decepticons are given the Bay treatment in the worst way possible for his last run at the helm in Transformers: The Last Knight.

The latest in the series, "Transformers: The Last Knight", is reportedly the last time Michael Bay will direct the series. Director Michael Bay had announced that after Transformers: Age of Extinction, he would not direct any more Transformers movies. So we'll see. But usually I'm going with Bay.

Bonus round: for history buffs, here's a great topic for a debate - which movie portrays their respective time periods more inaccurately: Transformers or King Arthur: Legend of the Sword.

Honestly, I'd be lying if I said I didn't have fun writing about how much I loathe these movies.

"You never know, that's part of what the discovery is gonna be". Cade, who is in possession of the talisman, learns that he has been selected as the Last Knight and has the power to wield the legendary sword Excalibur.

Steve Persall of Tampa Bay Times said: "That's the only way to explain the feeling that Transformers: The Last Knight isn't almost as painful to sit through as Bay's four previous exploding toy boxes". This time, though, the humans are fighting with the robots, while Optimus Prime is nowhere to be found. Indeed, your tolerance for this 149-minute beast will revolve around how many explosions you can endure. There's no way that almost 2,000 years of direct Transformer involvement is going to have been missed by the entire population, but that's just being pedantic, I know. Transformers viewers are used to the friendly tones of Bumblebee not watching Mark Wahlberg get molested by Megatron.

Would you like to see an R-rated Transformers movie? The best touch, though, is Cogman (the voice of Jim Carter), Edmund's robotic butler, a sort of C-3PO with a temper (as a robot who aims a C-3PO joke at him finds out). It became the fifth highest grossing film of the year after grossing more than $700 million worldwide. Yes, as the story progresses it descends into typical Michael Bay boom boom bang bang, but, here, it all seems necessary - or acceptable.