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Hailed Stienfield – Charlie Watson
John Cena – Agent Burns
Dylan O’brien – Bumblebee
Peter Cullen – Optimus Prime
Release date – December 23rd 2018
Bumblebee is a transformers movie with a touch of mild, all that cold mettalic after taste is very noticeably absent, even the robots seem alive, that’s nice to behold.
Directed by Josh Knight, an American animator who produced the movie Kubo and the two Strings. Bumblebee has a touch of the Good old days as shown in the autobots camouflage as a VW bug, at the start of the movie there’s a battle going on in cybertron led by Optimus Prime.
Charlie Watson (Hailee Stienfield) is a teen in desperation for her own car and showing her interest in the Volkswagen, she really just wanted anything on wheels. Charlie works in a local garage where she discovers the car after it’s been sent to earth by Optimus Prime in light of the war on the brink of being lost and the quest to find a new home for the robots.
The opposition known as ‘the deceptors’ from Cybertron, follow B-127 (Charlie named him Bumble bee).
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As the movie rolls we are led to where Agent Burns, a Military commander is training his team and B-127 crash lands from space around thier training grounds, following also, the opposition robots who destroy’s the bot’s voice box following an attack from Agent burns team, mistaking the bot for an intruder.
Bumblebee has endearing Characteristics as its timid personality, soulful blue eyes and sense of humor are very noticeable. Thier friendship is very evident throughout the whole movie, there’s a bit of prevailing violence, yet the movie feels warm and quite emotional. It’s a pretty cool movie if you consider Characters used and the nostalgia inducing setting of the 80’s.