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Geek I/O: Rant and Review #114: Transformers: Age of Extinction: "Marky Mark Love Optimus"

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This week on The Geek I/O Show, we’re hanging with our homeboy robots to do a rant and review of Transformers: Age of Extinction, starring Mark Wahlberg and his arms.  We watched all two hours and forty-five minutes of this movie, and it was all kinds of unconstitutional.

We discussed baking the rules, those hipsters died, you gotta get it with the balls, the Irish plot device, knocking bad guys out with an oversized football pillow, hyperdrive boots, this hurts me more than it hurts you Grimlock, giant roman candle factories, Transformers don’t understand what it means to sneak, why is Frasier so angry, and a Michael Bay checklist!  Plus!  She was orange, and the cornfield was green!

Join us on The Geek I/O Show Rant & Review, won’t you?  Because there is no place like Cybertron.

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