Michael Bay's glorious middle-finger to those who think he's the Antichrist.
A far cry from this summer's yo-ho-hum selections.
A film with beautiful animation and a robust spirit.
A skillful but spiritless thrill machine.
A human resonance that lasts longer than any of the scares.
Bad but, like junk food, deliciously so.
So many problems beyond just being a prequel.
One of the worst movies of 2003.
Does a better job of revving its B-movie engine than its predecessor.
A fairly fun ride with some memorably macabre moments.
A real loo-hoo-suh-her.
The same genius material, this time with a handful of flaws.