Posted on Monday, June 27th, 2011 by Germain Lussier
Say what you want about Michael Bay but there’s one thing that’s pretty undeniable. No one else in Hollywood can make a movie quite like him. Bay’s latest film, Transformers: Dark of the Moon opens this week, and after all the reviews and box office analysis is over, the conversation will predictably turn towards director himself. Bay is a polarizing presence in Hollywood. His movies are huge action epics that regularly forgo character and plot development for impressive, high priced visuals. For some, that’s what big summer movies are all about. For others, it’s the bane of their existence. Still, he’s doing things on screen that no one else can and while that might lead to box office billions, it doesn’t necessarily mean respect.
Finding people who hate Bay and his vision of film making is easy. It’s those other people, people who pray at the alter of Bay, that are a bit harder to find. In this latest video from The Monocular Group, you’ll see a very funny take on what makes Bay so special. Read More »