I'll do a proper review of the new Transformers at some point over the next couple of days...
One thing, however, that struck me as really bizarre about the film was Rosie Huntington-Whiteley's white top.
No - I haven't developed a sudden fascination with women's fashion items or anything like that ..
Throughout the last part of the film Rosie Huntington-Whiteley is wearing a very white top. That wouldn't really matter if not for one odd detail.
Even though she's involved in a huge action sequence that involves diving into upturned cars, jumping out of buildings, being in the middle of buildings as they explode around her or collapse over her.. the white top remains pristine.
Suspension of disbelief is one thing, but are we meant to honestly believe that she's able to stay that clean amidst all the chaos?
Or is it simply that director Michael Bay didn't want to get the former underwear model dirty? Or have her shown on screen with a little bit of dirt?