Review Transformers Rise of the Beasts : This summer, the world will be transformed

Release Date : June 08, 2023, Starring: Anthony Ramos, Dominique Fishback and others, Director: Steven Caple Jr,

Producers: Don Murphy, Tom DeSanto, Lorenzo di Bonaventura, Michael Bay, Mark Vahradian and Duncan Henderson, Music Director: Jongnic Bontemps

Cinematography: Enrique Chediak

Editor: Joel Negron and William Goldenberg

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The seventh and most recent Transformers movie is called Transformers: Rise of the Beasts. It serves as both a precursor to Transformers and a stand-alone sequel to Bumblebee. Today saw the film’s release in India. To find out how the film performed, read our review.

Story :

The planet-eating deity Unicron seeks the Transwarp Key, which opens time- and space-traveling portals. To avoid being discovered by the Terrorcons, Unicron’s messengers who are also looking for the key, the Maximals, a race of robotic creatures, divided the key in two and concealed the two halves on Earth. Elena Wallace (Dominique Fishback), a museum intern, accidentally activates a gateway that informs both the Autobots, commanded by Optimus Prime, and the Terrorcons, led by Scourge, when she discovers one piece of the key in a falcon-shaped idol. Do the Autobots successfully thwart the wicked bots’ attempts to obtain the key? How did Noah Diaz (Anthony Ramos) join the effort to preserve the Earth, and who is he? Are the Maximals sent to save Earth from the Terrorcons?

Plus Points :

The new Transformers movie is unique because it presents a variety of brand-new Transformers dubbed Maximals. You have a gorilla named Optimal Primal, a cheetah named Cheetor, a rhino named Rhinox, and a falcon named Airazor. They play a crucial part in this movie and help the Autobots in their quest to thwart Unicron’s scheme.

The action portion, particularly in the second hour, has some interesting moments. On the big screen, the epic conflict between Optimus Prime, Scourge, and the other Terrorcons is a feast for the eyes. In each segment, the camera technique and sound design are superb.

Mirage, an Autobot, plays a crucial part in this film. It’s entertaining to see him act with his comedic timing. In the meanwhile, Mirage and his human companion Noah share a deep and sentimental relationship. Elena Wallace receives a cool part, and she gives her character her all.

The excellent mid-credits sequence teases a fantastic crossover with another action franchise. After seeing this scenario, one will be amazed.

Negative Points :

Saving the Earth from the evil guys, whether Unicron or other antagonists, is a recurring theme in all of the Transformers movies. Transformers: Rise of the Beasts’ storyline is not particularly compelling, but the movie is saved by its excellent narration and action scenes.

The movie is alright, but a stronger, sexier storyline would have made it more entertaining. Additionally, there is less action than in earlier films.

The emotion, which the most recent Transformers film lacks, is what makes these kinds of human-robot-related movies successful. The filmmaker may have included some poignant sequences between Mirage and Noah’s brother. The visual effects are satisfactory, but the transformations of the Maximals and Autobots could have been presented in a more

According to reports, the movie is a stand-alone continuation of the 2018 blockbuster Bumblebee. Sadly, Bumblebee doesn’t get much screen time in this movie. Most importantly, there aren’t any “wow” moments in this sci-fi action/adventure movie.

Technical Aspects :

The directing is good, but in order to make Transformers: Rise of the Beasts a fantastic film, director Steven Caple Jr. might have had Joby Harold and his screenwriters craft a stronger script.

The movie’s soundtrack is excellent, especially during the action scenes. The editing and cinematography are also good. You can see the richness on the large screen thanks to the decent production quality. The movie might have benefited greatly with a lot of jokes.


Transformers: Rise of the Beasts, as a whole, is a drab sci-fi action-adventure movie with a predictable plot. Although the performances and action scenes are entertaining to watch, with the arrival of Maximals, more action is expected. This weekend, you can see the movie if you adore the Transformers franchise and don’t mind a rote plot.

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