awesomeness to go ignored. In fact, watching it again on Blu-ray I could have sworn I remembered them being in the film longer. I know that there were some dialogue changes made to the home version, but was their screen time cut down as well? Owning it now, I find it even harder to figure out why everyone hates them so much. They’re not funny, sure. Racist? Seriously, get a hobby.
Other than the crude humor, thin plot, and being “too loud,” I don’t hear any other intelligent arguments. So, what you’re telling me is that because you didn’t find it funny, you missed 90% of the plot, and you have ears like a 100-year-old woman, it’s a bad movie? Don’t get me wrong. I’m not claiming that Revenge of the Fallen is a Schindler’s List in disguise, but there is undeniably far more sophistication to it than a lot of critics would like to admit.