Rifftrax, the snark-a-thon commentary tracks by former Mystery Science Theater 3000 star Michael J. Nelson, have finally they brought their trademark mockery to the worst/best/worst movie of the year and/or Michael Bay's career: "Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen." It's $4, which is probably less than half of what you spent on seeing the movie, and no doubt many, many times more entertaining. Here's how they explain the film that one critic called "like listening to rocks in a clothes dryer for 2½ hours":
Transformers movies are not in the business of answering your questions. Transformers movies are like the street corner rantings of a tinfoil hat wearing lunatic. You don't expect that guy to actually stop and explain to you what he meant by "The IRS built Yellowstone National Park on the same evening 180 years ago that the Lizard People shot down Sputnik with a rifle made from Avogadro's Number!" You just slink past him and try to wash the spittle off of your jacket when you get home.
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