The best Michael Bay movie not directed by Michael Bay...? It certainly follows Bay's formula for turning the B-movie into high art: afford your simplistic, boilerplate storyline an inexplicably bloated runtime; shoot your frequent sequences of kinetic violence with a fetishist's eye for detail; and - perhaps most importantly - whenever possible, appeal to the Heartland. My advice to viewers: don't think. Just drive
This is one of the most idiotic films I have ever seen. I hope they're not complaining about how it tanked at the boxoffice, because it's a miracle it did what it did, if you ask me. God, what a waste! And yeah, we all love Aaron Paul, but trying to create a Steve McQueen or James Dean out of him is even more idiotic.