'TRANSFORMERS: THE LAST KNIGHT' REVIEW: FIFTH TIME'S THE CHARMLESS

Of course it's not good. "Good" would only get in the way. The new "Transformers" movie sits right on the beam, qualitatively, with the previous three sequels (the first one was a mite less … I don't know, something). So be warned or be encouraged, depending on your allegiance to the earlier movies....

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