A scene from Michael Bay's "Transformers: The Last Knight."
Photo courtesy of Paramount Pictures via AP
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NEW YORK: A concussed serenity sets in somewhere in the midst of the ceaseless ballet of metal and machismo in Michael Bay's "Transformers: The Last Knight". Freed of concerns like plausibility or plot, you can simply gape in wonder at the ruthlessly thunderous images in front of you.Maybe that's the feeling of brain cells dying a painful, anguished death. Later there's a submarine chase and a planetary battle in the air as "The Last Knight" – an exercise in enormity – insatiably hurtles toward feats of greater and greater grandiosity.What makes the "Transformers" movies different from other blockbuster colossi is Bay. After 2-1/2 of pulverizing action, there's nothing to do but raise the white flag, admit defeat, and shudder as you pass the theater for the latest "Cars" movie.
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