For one, I fire Loeb and then have the Red Hulk get killed in a horrible accident. Afterwards, I would try to get Marvel to make better storylines, as not many of their comics have been too good in recent years. They seem to be caring more for money than anything else, but that will change if I owned Marvel.
This isn't going to be a very long review, because I don't have much to say. Personally, I thought the movie was really good. I loved the action sequences, it had nice comedy at times, a nice story for the most part, it also had a presentation of most of the characters. If there is anything I didn't like about it, I would have to say that there were a few plot holes. For example, I was confused a little bit about the death of Snake Eye's and Storm Shadow's master. There really was no explanation for their master's death. There were also a few other things I think should have been fleshed out more because they weren't explained too well either if you ask me. But for the most part, I think it was a really good movie.
Okay, to pretty much sum it up, if you're a fan of Transformers in general, you probably will like the movie, but if you're not, you probably won't like it. Most people that I know hate it don't know anything about Transformers and have only seen the first movie, while me and everyone I know that does like Transformers outside just the movies liked it. First, I think I'll say what's bad about the movie. For one, there's a LOT of adult humor, so I really think you shouldn't take children to see it. Second, I did not like the twins, Mudflap and Skids. Those two were just really annoying and their whole "gangsta" attitude was just plain stupid. They should have been taken out of the movie completely or at least not have been so annoying. And third, I really thought that the part where Sam gets the Matrix of Leadership was really LAME. Also, they have to lessen the importance of the humans because seriously, it's called TRANSFORMERS, I don't care too much about the humans, but they made Sam too important. I'm not saying that they shouldn't give the humans any relevance, but the movie is mostly supposed to be about the Transformers themselves and the humans are just allies, nothing more. Now for what's good about it. For one, there's a lot more screen time for the robots. What I really liked was that there was more screen time with the Decepticons this time. In the last movie the Decepticons didn't appear until the end pretty much, while this one, they are seen throughout the movie, and speaking of Decepticons, I really loved the Megatron-Starscream moments. The first movie didn't really establish the relation with Megatron and Starscream that much, but this movie really does a great job of it. Granted, there are some things which have been randomly thrown in, like the Fallen being Megatron's master and all, but I think that it was a good movie for the most part. Like I said in the beginning of this review, if you are not much of a Transformers fan, you will probably not like the movie, but if you are a fan of Transformers in general, you probably will like it.