Watch Transmorphers: Fall of Man
- 1 hr 30 min
Transmorphers: Fall of Man is a science-fiction action movie by The Asylum that takes place in post-apocalyptic Earth in 20178. The movie takes the audience to a world where giant, sentient robots called Transmorphers have taken over Earth, destroying human civilization and taking over all forms of life. The human race has been pushed to the brink of extinction, and the remaining surviving humans fight a daily battle for survival against their metallic overlords.
The leading character of the movie is Lieutenant Sharp (Bruce Boxleitner), a grizzled veteran of this never-ending war. Sharp is tasked with leading a small team of soldiers on a mission to infiltrate one of the Transmorphers-controlled cities to take out the enemy's central computer system. He leads a rag-tag team of soldiers, engineers, and hacking experts that includes Dr. Edwards (Jennifer Rubin), the brains of the operation, Munoz (Shane Van Dyke), a tough exterior fighting machine, and Caldwell (Alana DiMaria), an expert in coding and hacking.
The movie starts with the preparation of the team's infiltration mission. The team has two objectives: to take out the central computer system powering the Transmorphers, and to rescue a group of scientists that the Transmorphers have been holding captive. The team knows that this is a dangerous mission, but they are determined to give humanity a fighting chance.
As the team enters the city, they quickly realize that the Transmorpher technology has evolved beyond their wildest imagination. They come face to face with some of the most advanced forms of these machines, including flying, spider-like robots that can transform into massive robots with a single command. The action scenes are well choreographed, and the cinematography is decent enough to enjoy the fight scenes that involve the Transmorphers.
As the team moves deeper into the city, they face countless obstacles and surprises. They must evade the patrolling Transmorphers, disabling communication relays, and protect themselves. They are constantly on the run, fighting against Transmorphers that are faster, stronger, and more advanced than any weapon humanity has invented so far.
The character development in the movie is average at best. While some characters come off as highly skilled and experienced, others seem underdeveloped or too one-dimensional to connect with the audience. The overall plot is predictable and lacks surprises, but the non-stop action and beautiful CGI robot designs make up for it. The movie is a B-grade production, but the special effects are impressive, especially considering its low budget.
The film's final act is thrilling, and the action seems to wrap up quickly. The team's mission will determine whether humanity wins or loses its last chance to reclaim the Earth from the Transmorphers. The climax is filled with explosions, dramatic music, and suspenseful moments, building up to a satisfying conclusion.
Overall, Transmorphers: Fall of Man from 2009 is a film that offers sci-fi fans an enjoyable experience of a post-apocalyptic world under the control of machine overlords. It's not the best sci-fi action movie out there, but it's a decent movie for fans looking for non-stop, action-packed entertainment with beautiful CGI robot designs. Those who are looking for a cerebral plot or a significant emotional impact shouldn't look for this movie, as it is mainly focused on the war between humans and machines.
Transmorphers: Fall of Man is a 2009 science fiction movie with a runtime of 1 hour and 30 minutes. It has received poor reviews from critics and viewers, who have given it an IMDb score of 2.0.