A sunny, family-friendly adventure that will appeal to most kids and tweens.
There’s a positive message and admirable ambition at the heart of the film, and it’s hard to criticize that.
This film is subpar on every level. It almost seems unfair to compare it to 2015’s dream team behind the camera.
I enjoyed it in spite of myself.
I’ll leave you with some words of cinematic wisdom: see “Transformers: The Last Knight” if you must, but remember that your ticket purchase will encourage Hollywood to churn out more rubbish exactly like it.