Common Sense Note
Parents need to know that, essentially, this is a commercial tie-in with a line of Hasbro action-figure toys. While this has a certain cult following (what bad movie doesn't?), it's a confusing, jumbled, and chaotic viewing experience for anyone who couldn't tell the Dinobots from the Insecticons. It also forms more or less the last episode of the original Transformers TV series, so if you feel like you've walked in late and missed something, that's why.
Much sci-fi mass destruction of machine and machine-life forms. Even sympathetic and heroic characters die.
One use of the S-word.
Simplistic ideas of good and evil, and promotes that fighting and warring are the inevitable route to peace. Though they all look alike physically, the Tranformers have different, uh, ethnicities, so to speak, via voiceover actors of different races and backgrounds. Only one (maybe) female robot.
This movie is basically a toy commercial.
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