Transformers: Rise of the Beasts has been praised as a major improvement over the previous Transformers movies directed by Michael Bay, although that may not be saying much. The film, which runs for two hours, sometimes feels like a drawn-out Saturday morning cartoon, overstaying its welcome. However, Mirage shines as a standout character and becomes a personal favorite, alongside the beloved Bumblebee.
Returning to the action and spectacle that have captured moviegoers around the world, Transformers: Rise of the Beasts will take audiences on the ‘90s globetrotting adventure with the Autobots and introduce a whole new faction of Transformers – the Maximals – to join them as allies in the existing battle for earth. Directed by Steven Caple Jr. and starring Anthony Ramos as Noah Diaz and Dominique Fishback as Elena Wallace, the film arrives in theatres on June 9, 2023.
The film opens with the dark god Unicron devouring a planet inhabited by the Maximals, sending Scourge and the Terrorcons to Earth. Maximal leader Apelinq sacrifices himself to save some Maximals, leaving Optimus Primal in charge.
In Brooklyn, in 1994, Noah, a struggling ex-military electronics expert, encounters Elena, an artifact researcher. They stumble upon a Transwarp Key, triggering a series of events. Noah discovers Mirage is a Transformer and teams up with Optimus Prime and the Autobots to retrieve the Transwarp Key. Bumblebee is killed, and Scourge steals the Key. Airazor, a Maximal, aids Optimus, and they follow her to Peru.
In Peru, the Autobots meet Wheeljack and search for the other half of the Key. They battle the Terrorcons, but Scourge corrupts Airazor. The Autobots join forces with the Maximals and the human descendants who guard them. Airazor’s corruption leads to a conflict, and Scourge steals the remaining Key, opening a portal for Unicron.
The Autobots and Maximals unite against the Terrorcons. Elena helps find an access code while Bumblebee is resurrected. Noah fights Scourge with Mirage’s assistance, but Optimus Prime is overpowered. Unicron begins to emerge through the portal. Stratosphere arrives, and Elena enters the access code, but the console is destroyed.
Prime defeats Scourge and prepares to destroy the Terrorcon tower. Noah saves Optimus from the collapsing portal, and Optimus Primal reveals Unicron’s potential return. Noah applies for a security job, Elena gains recognition, and Noah is approached by a man from G.I. Joe.
What Happened At the End of Transformers: Rise of the Beasts?
At the end of the film, Optimus Prime and the Autobots face a final battle against Scourge and the Terrorcons. With the help of the Maximals and human allies, they engage in a fierce confrontation. During the fight, Optimus Prime manages to defeat Scourge and prepares to destroy the Terrorcon tower. However, Unicron, the dark god, starts to emerge through a portal, posing a significant threat. Noah, using Mirage as an exo-suit, joins the battle but is outmatched by the powerful Unicron forces. Optimus Prime initially struggles against Unicron’s might but gains the assistance of Noah, who saves him from being pulled into the portal.
Optimus Primal reveals that Unicron might have survived the collapse of the portal, implying the potential for his return in the future. Despite the challenging situation, Optimus Prime declares that he is unafraid of Unicron as he has gained a crucial ally.
How Many Post-Credits scenes are in the film?
There is one mid-credits scene in the film. Noah is shown successfully repairing Mirage, indicating that their partnership and adventures will continue in the future.
Our rating of Transformers: Rise of the Beasts is ★★★★ [4/5]
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