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Transformers: Dark of the Moon is a 2011 American science fiction action film directed by Michael Bay and based on the Transformers toy line. First released on June 23, 2011, it is the third installment of the live-action Transformers film series, the only final film in the original trilogy, and the sequel to 2009's Revenge of the Fallen. The film's story is set three years after the events of the 2009 film, and follows the warring Autobots and Decepticons as they battle to possess powerful technology from their homeworld that had crashed on Earth's moon.

The film stars Shia LaBeouf, Josh Duhamel, John Turturro, Tyrese Gibson, Rosie Huntington-Whiteley, Patrick Dempsey, Kevin Dunn, Julie White, John Malkovich and Frances McDormand. The script was written by Ehren Kruger, who also collaborated on the narrative of Revenge of the Fallen. Dark of the Moon employed both regular 35mm film cameras and specially-developed 3-D cameras, with filming locations in Chicago, Florida, Indiana, Milwaukee, Moscow, and Washington, D.C.. The film was rendered specifically for 3-D, and the visual effects involved more complex robots which took longer to render.

In May 2011, it was announced that Paramount would move Transformers: Dark of the Moon's release date of July 1 to June 29 in order to monitor an early response to footage. Exclusive early premieres in both select 3D and IMAX theaters took place on June 28, 2011, one night before worldwide release in 2D and 3D (including IMAX 3D) formats—each featuring Dolby Surround 7.1 sound. Metacritic characterized the reviews it cataloged as "mixed or average"[7], and the Rotten Tomatoes critical consensus praised the special effects, action scenes, scores, 3D work, and the performances of Peter Cullen and Leonard Nimoy while criticizing the runtime and script.[8] Dark of the Moon grossed over $1.1 billion worldwide, and is currently the 20th-highest-grossing film of all time (4th-highest at the time of release), the second-highest-grossing film of 2011 (behind Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows – Part 2), the highest-grossing film in the Transformers series, and the tenth film to gross over $1 billion. Like the first film, it was nominated for Best Sound Editing, Best Sound Mixing, and Best Visual Effects at the 84th Academy Awards. Despite being the final chapter, it was followed by Transformers: Age of Extinction in 2014 and Transformers: The Last Knight in 2017 due to the former's success at the box office.


" We were once a peaceful race, of intelligent mechanical beings. But then came the war, between the Autobots that fought for freedom, and the Decepticons who dreamt of tyranny... Over matched and out numbered, our defeat was all but certain...

But in the war's final days, an Autobot ship escaped the battle. It was carrying a precious cargo which would have changed our planet's fate. A desperate mission, our final hope. A hope that vanished..."

―Optimus Prime's intro commentary.


During the war fought between Autobots and Decepticons on the planet Cybertron, the Autobot ship, the Ark escaped, carrying Sentinel Prime and hundreds of pillars, which are used to open Space Bridges.

The ship is damaged during its escape and eventually crash lands on the moon in 1969. As a result of this, Apollo 11 is sent to the moon to investigate. Neil Armstrong and Buzz Aldrin discover the wreck of the Ark and they along with everyone involved with the mission are sworn to secrecy.

Sam fall in love with Carly Spencer and they move in together. He tries hard to find a new job, so Carly gives him an opportunity to work under Dylan Gould. Sam meets his co-worker, Jerry Wang, who tells him about the Decepticons' plan. Wang returns to his office, where Laserbeak throws him out the window, Sam then meets up with Seymour Simmons. They work together to try and figure out what the Decepticons' next move will be. They meet up with some ex-cosmonauts who provide them with more info about the moon and reveal that all the people who were murdurerd were working for the Decepticons. Sam has a fight with Carly. Realizing that humanity has held a secret about their race for a long time, the Autobots travel to the Moon and find a few of the Pillars and Sentinel Prime, the former leader of the Autobots and the Optimus Prime's mentor. They bring the Pillars and Sentinel back to Earth, resurrecting him with the Matrix of Leadership, which Optimus now carries in his chest. Something on the images, believed by the humans to be markings made by vehicles, are in fact all the pillars. In over 50 years the Decepticons have planned to use the pillars to bring back Cybertron.

On the highway, Bumblebee, Dino, Sideswipe and Sentinel Prime come under attack by the Dreads. Crowbar transforms and pulls Agent Simmons from his car. The Dreads use it as a ramp and transform while flying through the air. They then proceed to attack in stealth force mode. Dino catches Hatchet with his hooks and slings him into the on coming line of traffic, decapitating him. Further up the road Crankcase and Crowbar knock over loads of cars to try and block the Autobots route, they manage to get through.

At the NEST base Ironhide is released. And, now off the highway, the Dreads pursue Dino, Sideswipe and Bumblebee. Sideswipe transforms and fires at the Decepticons, and tells Dino he'll handle it, with Bumblebee following him. Ironhide drives past the two retreating Autobots at fall speed. He slams straight into the two cons, they all transform as they fly into the air. Ironhide lands on his feet, but Crankcase slams into the ground, and Crowbar falls onto a bus stop.


Sideswipe catches up, they all draw their guns, coming into a Mexican stand off. The Autobots force the 'cons to drop their weapons, and Sideswipe and Ironhide do the same. But secretly, Crowbar reveals two spiked long-delay grenades and throws one at Ironhide lodging it in his shoulder. Cranckcase then throws one at Sideswipe, but he jumps and dodges it, cutting it in half. Using his arm blade as a "Golf club" he chucks his gun to Ironhide who blasts Crowbar in the face. Sideswipe then attacks Crankcase, he wounds him twice. Ironhide the rips the spear out of his shoulder, plunges it into Crankcase's head, tosses him onto a car and kicks it into a car shop, which then explodes into a ball of flames.

The Autobots head back to NEST. Sentinel Prime reveals he is a traitor, he made a secret deal with Megatron to ensure Cybertron's survival. Sentinel then kills Ironhide by blasting him with a Cosmic Rust Gun and forces Bumblebee to retreat. He charges into the N.E.S.T base, where he breaks open the NEST vault, retrieves the Space Bridge pillars and flees.

Sentinel activates the Space bridge over the Reflecting Pond in front of it. The activated bridge transports an army of Decepticons and Cybertronian spaceships hidden in the Moon to Earth. They flood into the city assuming new forms. The Autobots arrive with Colonel Lennox and NEST. Optimus tells the others to retreat and then attacks Sentinel, but the elder Prime easily overpowers him. Though Optimus tries to reason with him about his alliance with the Decepticons, Sentinel rebuffs Optimus and beats him up, but lets him live.

Sam went to the party to get Carly to safety. Dylan then revealed he works for the Decepticons when he told that his taught him that if the war wasn't his, then he must always join the winning side. Sam and Carly try to use the latter's car, but it actually turns out to be Soundwave. He throws out Sam and traps Carly inside in vehicle mode. Dylan, along with his assistant, executive, and all five bodyguards explained that the former joined the winning side because of his father, explaining how he was responsible to help the Decepticons prevent any further missions to the Moon; his right-handwoman, best friend and henchmen had decided to join them too in order to keep their freedom once the Decepticons begin their genocide and to be free to do whatever they want once humanity is slaved. Dylan puts the Watch-bot on Sam. Sentinel sends a message to the United Nations ordering the Autobots to be exiled.

The Autobots are blamed for all of this and are exiled. Optimus states that the conflict is his fault because he told the humans to trust Sentinel. When the Xantium starts to lift off, Starscream destroys it and the Decepticons attack the city of Chicago.They seal off the entire city and prevent any aircraft or UAVs from getting anywhere near the city. N.E.S.T. tries to infiltrate the city but their drones are continuously shot down. Sam, Epps and his N.E.S.T. buddies try to enter the city on foot but they are attacked by a Decepticon piloting a small ship. Just as the fighter is about to deliver the final shot Optimus Prime shoots it down and the Wreckers kill the pilot, rescuing them from the Decepticon. Leadfoot explains that they in fact never were aboard the shuttle, but rather in the first booster that detached from the shuttle.


They fly off to Dylan's penthouse. Sam confronts Dylan with a gun, but is attacked and thrown out of the penthouse by Laserbeak. They both discovered later that Sam was saved by an Decepticon Fighter piloted by Bumblebee. Their shock gave time for Carly to liberate herself and run towards the Fighter, thus being rescued by Sam. Seeking revenge for what Dylan did to her, Bumblebee destroyed the penthouse by opening fire at it, killing all of his bodyguards and Laserbeak in the process. Upon surviving, Dylan warned Megatron about the Autobots' survival. Meanwhile, the Autobots are fighting with the Decepticons and Sentinel Prime, who have placed the pillars all over the world, releasing them, transporting Cybertron to Earth. It then begins materializing in the atmosphere.

Wheelie and Brains sabotage the mothership, sending it crashing down into the Chicago River. On top of a building, Sentinel attacks Megatron, telling him that he wanted his home world back, but Megatron won't rule it. During the battle, Soundwave, Que, Barricade and Shockwave are killed, with other protoforms. Sam somehow gets the control pillar, but he is attacked by Dylan. Sam throws Dylan into the pillar, electrocuting him to death. Ratchet shoots the pillar before Bumblebee tackles it, smashing it to pieces, sending their home back through the space bridge, destroying it.

Carly finds Megatron and she starts taunting him. Optimus attacks Sentinel,but loses his right arm. As Sentinel is about to kill Optimus, Megatron shoots Sentinel and Sentinel ends up on the verge of death. Megatron offers Optimus a truce. Optimus throws his energon axe at Megatron, killing him. The injured Sentinel pleads for mercy and justified his actions, but Optimus claims Sentinel didn't betray the Autobots, but himself. Optimus then shoots Sentinel, killing him.


Don't worry, my friend - we'll be hailed as heroes for what we did here today! Right? Right?!

The movie ends with the Autobots accepting that they will never return to Cybertron, but that Earth is their new home.


(Numbers indicate order of appearance.)

Autobots Decepticons Humans



  • When Megatron says: "Here we are...fight us now", his wheels glitch through Abraham Lincoln's Chair.
  • In many scenes, it is obvious that the Medium Fighter that Bumblebee hijacks is a prop.
  • Wouldn't it be much more efficient to have Transformers rebuilding Cybertron instead of humans?
    • Possibly because the Cybertronian Civil War turned the planet into a barren wasteland, it possible the population was decreased or scattered across the universe. It was lack of manpower that they needed billions of humans to rebuild Cybertron.
    • It's also possible that the plot of building an army from the first movie was tied into the Sentinel-Megatron alliance, to have the army be the labor force to rebuild with Earth's resources.
  • The personal jet inside the space center has the identity number: 4500X, the same number as Blackout's helicopter form. It also has an Autobot logo on.
    • Silverbolt was supposed to be a confirmed character,[7] this could be him.
  • Sentinel Prime claims to use humans to rebuild the planet. However, after arriving Chicago, they start a massacre on the civilian populous. While there are possible answers of various likelihood, the inconsistency is unexplained.
    • The Decepticons needed to assert their authority over Earth, as well as establish a secure base of operations, devoid of any possible internal threats, besides, they have the rest of the planet full of humans, killing of Chicago's citizens wouldn't really have much affect.
  • Megatron and Soundwave ordered Laserbeak to kill off all Decepticon human collaborators with Dylan an exception because of his undying loyalty to their cause. However, his assistant (the old lady), his friend (the man who said "He [Sam]'s young, he'll learn" and shook hands with him and is credited as Dylan Gould's executive) and his bodyguards are also human collaborators, and weren't killed off. Dylan's right-handwoman and friend's fate weren't even revealed after the party, nor after the Battle of Chicago, and all the bodyguards are killed when Bumblebee opened fire at the penthouse as revenge for Dylan kidnapping Carly so he could marry her. Even so, Soundwave said, "Laserbeak, kill them all".
    • It's possible that Dylan's assistant and friend weren't killed off because they both, much like him, are also loyal the Decepticon cause, and that the bodyguards weren't killed off before Bumblebee did it at the penthouse because of their usefulness at helping Dylan in his roll as the Decepticons' human ally. Since everyone from the government knew that Dylan was in league with the Decepticons thanks to Simmons telling about him hiding himself in Chicago, it could be possible that his assistant and friend were arrested for their crimes in the aftermath of the battle.
  • All the members of Dylan's house staff and all the employees from his company and the building that was used as the Decepticons' base of operations in Chicago were working for him and followed the orders to put out the Space Bridge pillars.
    • Just because someone such as a butler or a maid works for the antagonist doesn't mean they're also evil. It could be possible that Dylan's house staff and everyone on the party knew about his afilliation, but couldn't do anything because they were possibly threaten to remain quiet. Even his friend's wife (who for some reason is credited as Dylan Gould's assistant when it's obvious that she doesn't work for him) was looking with disdain when her husband said those words about Sam and shook hands with Dylan, showcasing she didn't like working for the Decepticons one bit. Many party guests were driving out of the estate when Soundwave revealed himself because they probably knew they weren't capable of doing anything to help Sam and Carly, and some of his staff stayed inside of the mansion, with some spying from the windows because they were scared. Even some butlers stand still outside to see it the revelation happening because they have the guts to see something horrible like that, but much didn't like it. Simply put, they all knew the truth but couldn't do anything because of the Decepticons, their boss, his right-hand woman, his friend, and his henchmen, causing all of them to work against their will, and were finally free when the Battle of Chicago was over.
  • Sentinel Prime said, "How doomed you are Autobots. You simply fail to realize, that the needs of the many outweigh the needs of the few." However, he's talking about only hundreds of Decepticons to be served by 6 billion humans.
    • It is possible that he was referring to the fact that there are few Autobots while there are many Decepticons.
    • Or it is also likely that, at this point, he considered humans to be only slaves, and thus property. Not worthy of status as equals.
    • This quote, is in direct opposition to the same quote by Leonard Nimoy's famous character Spock from Star Trek, who was the original speaker of the quote — before his death literally. However, Spock's death in that movie was to save others, not at their expense.
  • In the beginning, it shows John F. Kennedy planning the Man on the Moon, which was in 1969. Richard M. Nixon was the president of USA when Neil Armstrong stepped on the moon and Kennedy was assassinated in 1963. He couldn't have been there. (OR HE'S A 6 YEAR ZOMBIE!)
    • In reality Kennedy actually did intend to put a man on the moon, and the bit in this movie where he expresses as much takes place in 1961.
  • Decepticons have an interesting idea of strategy, as they seem to devote a large portion of their troops for decades to a strategy which hinges upon a mythical item that only the Fallen from the previous movie seems to know about — the Matrix, an item they are not even looking for until 2009, between 50 and thousands of years after they implement the strategy. Meanwhile, their core elite and commanders are being wiped out over the course of these years. It is a good thing real world military don't try this rather chronologically backwards strategy.
    • It's possible that the Decepticons did know about this, but used the Fallen as a plan B. This would make sense. If they were going to use the AllSpark to build an army for labor force in the first film, and had the cube destroyed, they had to go with a plan B. If the Fallen's plan failed, they would take it to their advantage and use the Matrix to revive Sentinel and fulfill the original plan with a few edits made during the second and third film.
  • Laserbeak did not use guns to shoot down Sam Witwicky the same way he did with Alexi Voshkod, even with perfect opportunity.
    • The possibility of bringing him in for interrogation falls into place. But not the second time when Sam came in to threaten Dylan to release Carly.
    • Laserbeak probably wanted to prolong Sam's knowledge that he would die, plus dishearten Carly who had just arrived. Besides, firing a gun attached to your physical anatomy in a confined space would most likely cause the shot to go astray, possibly hitting Dylan.
  • Why didn't NEST go underwater just like Navy SEALs? If the NEST soldiers aren't good at diving, at least they can get an underwater vehicle to ship them into the city. Availability may be an issue but still remains unclear in media.
    • Lack of the existence of such a vehicle is probably the reason they didn't use that route. The SEALs were probably airdropped with a Zodiac far out on Lake Michigan and moved closer until they could swim in. Another consideration is that SEAL teams are small, eight men is standard, compared to Lennox's Osprey-borne force, which considering the number of planes used probably originally numbered somewhere closer to 150 or 200, assuming all of them were loaded with troops instead of some of them being decoys.
  • Sam's fight with Starscream leaves many questions:
    • Why couldn't Starscream pull out the Grapple glove with his strength?
      • Starscream's fingers were too thick to grab such a small fin rope.
    • Why was Sam's shooting of the hook so accurate even though Starscream was moving?
      • Starscream wasn't moving. Instead, he stand still waiting Sam to attack, only for the Grapple Glove's dart get stuck in his optic.
    • Why didn't Starscream see the grappling hook Sam was carrying?
      • Starscream saw the Grapple Glove, but decided to underastimate Sam by waiting the latter make his move without expecting a dart to a rope be shot in his optic.
    • Why didn't Starscream kill Sam immediately?
      • Starscream was having fun chasing Sam down, to the point of wanting to torment him before killing him, resulting at Sam fighting back at the end.
    • Why wasn't Sam afraid of Starscream?
      • Sam was afraid, but after Starscream remarked cruelly that he thought the former was working for them, Sam got angry to the point he decided not to run anymore and fight back.
    • Why did Sam and Carly even entered the bus Starscream flipped over?
      • They went inside while trying to hide, but it didn't work as Starscream remarked "You can't hide, boy!"
    • Why does the hook and Boomstick not come out even though Starscream banged his head on the floor?
      • They were stuck too tight on his optics to come out by doing it so.
    • Why was Lennox strong enough to pull Starscream down to his knees?
      • He wasn't. Starscream kneeled on purpose in his attempt to remove the devices from his optics by banging the head on the floor.
    • Why did Starscream's boosters malfunctioned and how did Starscream fly up in the end without his boosters malfunctioning?
      • His booster probably work correctly when he isn't panicking, which is what he was felling at the moment because of his blindness. It might have worked at that moment because he used the malfunction to his favor and get up to the rooftop of the building.
    • With the violence of Starscream's motion, how did Sam avoid broken torso, neck, bones or limbs or simply death?
      • Sam was lucky Starscream didn't hit him on any surface or wall with such strenght to be killed by the impact or his arm simply detatch from the body.
    • Why Starscream screams, "My eye!" twice, despite the fact that they're called optics?
      • Starscream was panicking because of the pain in his optic.
  • Why doesn't Optimus Prime just use his blade to cut off the cables when he is tangled?
    • Possibly because he was tangled in the cables and unable to reach the blade to cut the cables.
  • Carly's clothes have got dirty because of her running through the ruined streets. However, they are too clean after the final battle.
  • Where did NEST get the bomb sticks from? Que only gave those to Epps' team and he was captured and killed before he could give out any more.
    • NEST soldiers might already have been in possession or Epps may have passed them over — but the issue is completely unexplored on screen leaving an inconsistency in question.
    • The military has been in possession of sticky bombs for ages. Problem solved.
  • When the Autobots are scouting a route through Chicago, in the long shot of their driving, two camera vehicles can be seen.
  • If Cybertron is above the Earth, the gravity should cause various phenomenon such as extreme tides, volcanic activity, and earthquakes as shown in The Transformers episode "The Ultimate Doom, Part 2". Given that this depiction of Cybertron is, uniquely, larger than Earth, these disturbances should be more extreme than those seen in Generation 1 cartoon.
    • Maybe they just didn't want to make another 2012 CGI again.
    • Remember when Sentinel said that the Pillars defy "[our] laws of physics"? One theory could be that an object mid-transwarp has no mass. As long as the main Pillar is still online, the same rule applies. This could explain why Cybertron didn't implode during the main Pillar's first disconnection, but did when Bumblebee destroyed it.
  • Several times when the sky is in view, Cybertron isn't there, despite being seen as far as the human's operations base. This is best seen when Sentinel Prime is ripping off Optimus Prime's arm.
  • When Cybertron is still being transported, it is behind some blue energy, meaning it may still not be physically there. Besides, heavy winds start to pick up during the battle, meaning SOME effect is taking place.
  • In the final battle, the Autobots are in three groups. Bumblebee, Ratchet, Sideswipe, Mirage and Wheeljack are captured, the Wreckers are trying to free Optimus from the crane's wires, and Wheelie and Brains are "piloting" a Decepticon ship. If at least twenty Protoforms were holding Bumblebee and the others captive, and the other Autobots weren't fighting any Decepticons at all — what were the Decepticons doing the entire time? No humans to kill, no Autobots in sight — where were they and what were they doing?
    • The Decepticons were most likely trying to find the other Autobots (Wreckers and Optimus) or trying to kill any of the 3 human teams (SEALS, Epps, or Lennox)
  • When the Autobots arrive on the battlefield, in the first shot where Ratchet is in humanoid mode saying "Mortar that bridge", his vehicle mode can be seen in the back in the following shot with Sam and Carly.
  • Why didn't Optimus Prime just didn't use his jetpack mode to destroy the Decepticon ships after destroying Shockwave's pet Driller?
    • He got trapped in the building after being shot by Shockwave, and wanted to make his triumphal entrance to kill him.

Continuity errors[]

  • In the first movie, Megatron travels to Earth in search of the AllSpark. However, in this film, it is mentioned that Earth is the rendezvous point for him and Sentinel Prime. This is confounded by the fact that no Transformers in the first film seem to have knowledge of Earth up to this point.
    • It is possible that Megatron had intended to meet Sentinel after retrieving the AllSpark and then have Cybertron bridged to Earth in order to restore it.
    • The comic adaption says that Sentinel was supposed to find the last Star Harvester to fuel their empire's expansion before the rendezvous with Megatron. Dark of the Moon Issue 3
  • Sentinel Prime stated that all he ever wanted was the survival of the Cybertronian race after Megatron rescued Optimus from being killed by Sentinel. However, he killed Ironhide which would mean he was only further killing his own race and planned on killing Optimus, which is absolutely hypocritical, unless he only said that to talk Optimus out of killing him in the end of the film and that he really only wanted Cybertron to survive, not their race.
    • Probably trying to make a point? Next to Optimus, Ironhide is one of the more deadly and dangerous Autobots.
  • Even if they retrieve the AllSpark, they can simply restore it on Cybertron and revive the planet instead of enslaving humans to rebuild the planet.
    • Probably since the planet "happened" to have intelligent life there, it is possible that the Decepticons took the opportunity to enslave them.
  • Seymour Simmons was thrown by a Dread and got a broken leg in the highway chase. When he comes with Sam to watch the Autobots' exiled, he is on a wheelchair with his leg bandaged. However, after Sentinel Prime killed Ironhide, Seymour is seen with Lennox ordering him to evacuate all the remaining soldiers not killed off by Sentinel back to the NEST base. This cannot be possible because Seymour should not have been at the site where Ironhide died and Dutch should have taken him to the hospital. Seymour would then be wheelchair bound for the rest of the film, so this makes the question why was he injured, then uninjured, then wheelchair-bound?
    • Wrong, Simmons is actually nowhere to be seen from the point that he is thrown from his Maybach until the point that he talks to Sam regarding the sending off of the Autobots, which he is wheelchair bound in. Perhaps this was a deleted scene/shot that was deleted due to the impossibility of such.
  • In 1963, the Decepticons on Moon started to move energon pillars out of the Ark. However, Megatron, who arrived at Earth ten thousand year ago, woke up in 2000s. So who gave the order to take energon pillars out of the Ark? Especially confusing as in Dark of the Moon, this seems to be a long-standing plan to which other Decepticon Leadership such as Starscream have been kept in the dark as to the disposition of a large portion of their own troops.
    • Megatron and Sentinel Prime's deal should be secret between them. A possible reason is that Megatron has told all or part of the deal to his lieutenant, who later ordered Decepticons go to the Moon.
    • Or simply the Decepticons found the Ark and decided to steal the pillars.
    • Soundwave seemed to be aware of the plan and Dylan Gould said he and Laserbeak were responsible for the space programs being shut down. He could've easily given the order.
    • In the comic adaption, Megatron states that "While I lay prisoner in that wretched dam, Soundwave was watching over this planet. Dark of the Moon Issue 1
  • Megatron had claimed that he became relieved Cybertron was finally going to be saved. The reason why Cybertron was a dead planet in the first place was because of the civil war. In the first film, Megatron is blamed for starting the entire war.
  • Sentinel Prime explained his true plan in having made a deal with Megatron just behind Ironhide, yet Ironhide doesn't react to this. Ironhide should have turned around and act surprised to what Sentinel just said, then angrily demand an answer for this. He was just standing there acting as if he didn't hear what Sentinel said. Therefore, he did not realize Sentinel was about to shoot him with his Cosmic Rust Gun.
    • The time lapse between Sentinel's admittance and Ironhide's murder is a whopping two seconds, he clearly didn't have time to react, and didn't expect to be betrayed like that. Come on, think.
  • Dylan answered a call to say that he could already see Megatron coming. It was because of him answering the call that Dutch hacked his phone and pinpointed his location. Why he did that, and who called him anyways?
    • Dutch setted a trap by calling Dylan using Sam's phone, and Dylan decided to answer the call thinking that Sam wanted an update about what was going on.
      • In the novelization, Dutch told Sam he was going to call the last number that called him, and the last call he received was from Dylan. Simmons even added "Dylan knows that we know where he is, one of two things happens: He kills her outright and dumps the body, or he takes off again. Maybe even ditches the cellphone ’cause he’s figured out that that’s how we found him."
  • The Driller was able to capture Optimus Prime's trailer why didn't it destroy the trailer?
    • The Driller serves only as Shockwave's hunting pet, protector and main way of transportation. The Driller might not be smart enough to recognize the trailer as any important material for the Autobots, and Shockwave was too busy trying to hunt down the Autobots.
      • In the novelization, Shockwave leaves it as part of a trap, setting Decepticon guards to kill Optimus, but they fail.
  • So, apparently Megatron is able to be incapacitated by the cold temperatures of the Arctic, which can get as cold as -50 degrees Celsius in the first movie — but Optimus, Ratchet, and a whole hoard of Decepticons can survive on the Moon unaided. The temperature of the Moon can get as cold as -153 degrees Celsius.
    • In the first film, Bannacheck said that his navigational systems were screwed up when he hit the atmosphere, sending him off course and "unexpectedly" crashing into the ice. In Dark of the Moon, they are intending to go to a cold environment so they probably had some kind of heating system in them or they could stand it for a certain time period, but the Decepticons there were under the surface, as seen when Sentinel activated the space bridge to the moon, which could have kept them "warm" enough to still live consciously or they could have been in stasis until the activation.
    • Also, it is possible that the presence of the ice imprisoning Megatron, not just the cold temperatures, is what incapacitated him.
  • So, a bunch of the Decepticons just stay on the Moon instead of coming to Earth to support their leader in the last two battles when such force would be equally decisive? This is especially confusing since the Decepticons have traveled across whole star systems to arrive at Earth then wait right next door for a space bridge.
    • Those Decepticons were probably waiting for the space bridge. In the previous films, Sentinel Prime was still is stasis. In the first film, Megatron would easily restore Cybertron if he succeeded to bring the AllSpark back to Cybertron. In the second film, the Fallen wanted to used the Solar Harvester to destroy Earth. However, both failed, and he was killed, leaving Megatron to proceed with his original plan to meet up with Sentinel Prime. Megatron couldn't revive Sentinel either, making it obvious why he didn't go with Sentinel in the first place.
      • It's likely the additional Decepticon fleet were among the 'Cons tracking down Megatron when he disappeared after the AllSpark. It's also likely Starscream, the de facto leader due to Megatron's absence, ordered the 'cons on the Moon to go into stasis and conserve their energon, after all, sending ALL the 'cons would be a senseless waste. Starscream finds Megatron's brutal, violent methods to be absurd, and prefers gaining advantage through deception, fitting this theory. He would then have had Soundwave stay in Earth's stratosphere, so he could relay necessary orders to the army on the moon, and also act as the Decepticon's overall eyes and ears, being able to send his scouts and monitor transmissions. Soundwave wouldn't have informed Megatron of the additional forces on the Moon because he wasn't ordered to, and Starscream would keep silent about it because of his own priorities.
  • Bumblebee saves Sam and Lennox, but is somehow captured with the others by Soundwave seconds later. However, there was a minute gap before we saw him again.
    • It's possible that he was captured off screen, possibly trying to free the others.
  • When Optimus is killing Decepticons, he uses the guns of his jetpack, then his swords. When he charges at Shockwave, his weapons are gone.
    • He could've stored them through Subspace before killing him.
  • Crowbar knock over a highway sign for other Dread members. But if you look closer, the sign is upside down. Technically, it's impossible to jump. However, right before they jump, the sigh shows that it was lay down and rotated. But After both complete the transform and start chasing, the sign was upside down again. When Dutch was shown in the screen, the sign was lay down and rotated again.

Not actually an error[]

  • Why did the Decepticons try and destroy the Ark in the beginning of the movie if they intended on using it to rebuild Cybertron?
    • Not every Decepticon knows that Sentinel Prime has secretly compromised with Megatron. In the novelization, it's stated that it was Starscream who shot down the Ark, which would work because during the Washington invasion, Starscream asks Megatron what exactly was the plan, meaning he wasn't fully aware of the alliance with Sentinel.
  • Sentinel Prime can speak English right after being revived?
    • In the novelization, it is explained that, through Optimus already knowing the language, this knowledge was transferred to Sentinel through the Matrix which is used to revived him.
  • When Sentinel Prime was first found by Optimus and Ratchet — he didn't look any different throughout the film. So, how did he get his Fire Truck mode?
    • His body in Pre-Earth mode is indeed similar, however there're a few differences:
      • His Pre-Earth mode body darker color pre-earth mode
      • His Pre-Earth mode body has no tires and some other small differences.
  • Agent Simmons is thrown by a Dread but only got a broken leg.
    • While that does seem rather impossible, real people have survived worse circumstances.
      • There is a television series called The Indestructibles for crashes and survivals from that kind of circumstance.
  • When Ironhide is killed, he does not receive any mourning from the others like Jazz did in the first film. This is quite surprising, as Ironhide has remained to be one of the main Autobots throughout the series.
    • While it is true that Jazz received mourning, while Ironhide did not, there were less Autobots at the time. And the Autobots are probably trained not to dwell on the past, but to focus on the task at hand.
    • The Wreckers were probably letting out the grief by verbally offending and complaining to the humans who are trying to help them.
    • It is likely they mourned him off-screen. It is also highly possible that Optimus's shocked reaction when he arrives at base could be because of Ironhide's death and Sentinel's betrayal.
    • Also, it's hard to mourn a friend when his killer is destroying everything and trying to kill you as well.
  • One of the characters had expressed disapproval of sending away "9 Autobots" on a spaceship to leave the Earth. Some may argue there are 11 Autobots, including two former Decepticons: Wheelie and Brains.
    • Perhaps, because Wheelie and Brains have never done much to physically help their cause, they do not consider them as much use as the others.
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  • Skids and Mudflap do show up in the background of a few shots in the NEST base. When the convoy comes in, they are right on the tail end but the scene cuts as they come into a clearer view. Later, Skids can be seen parked next to Sideswipe, when Sam comes to NEST for the first time.
  • When the Autobots attack Sentinel Prime in the Battle of Chicago, why didn't Sentinel use his Cosmic Rust Gun to kill them like he did with Ironhide?
    • It is possible that Sentinel can only find it easy to use his rust gun on those who are too slow, which meant Major Lennox's men and Ironhide, which is why he resorted to shield and sword instead.
    • It is possible Sentinel viewed Ironhide more of a threat to the Decepticons than the other Autobots; after all, he WAS the Weapons Specialist.
    • Sentinel actually was seen pulling it out late in the battle and he almost did hit Sideswipe, but the human soldiers fired a rocket missile at him which knocked him into the ground.
  • Where were the other Autobots when Sentinel destroyed the N.E.S.T base?
    • Lennox mentioned that the Autobots "have a habit" of sneaking out on their own and do not strictly obey the orders of the NEST authorities.
    • Lennox did tell everyone not to engage Sentinel, most likely to limit casualties to both humans and Autobots. They may have left soon after Sentinel started destroying the base.
    • Shockwave's toy has a vehicle mode, but in the film and games it is never seen.


  • At the very beginning of the film, when Neil Armstrong and Buzz Aldrin uncover a face in the Ark, the face looks unusually like Optimus Prime's face. It even has the same battle helmet and horns.
  • Optimus Prime continues his strange beheading fetish by ripping out Shockwave's eye, decapitating Megatron, and killing Sentinel with a head shot. Apparently this is possibly because the Transformers can still live if their limbs were cut off, but will die when their heads are cut off and cannot be resurrected with any reviving device.
  • Ratchet, Ironhide, and Sideswipe have a lot more screen time in Dark of the Moon than in Revenge of the Fallen. Ironhide and Sideswipe had one scene of their own in taking down the Dreads. Ratchet had a few more lines of dialogue and was seen more often in very short scenes.
  • When the helicopters get attacked by Starscream, one of the pilots say, "Six-one going down." This May be a reference to the battle of Mogadishu.
  • Because the film at the last minute changed names, Mirage was referred to as Dino (pronounced Dee-no) while Wheeljack was referred to as Que in the film. This is likely because the writers at first decided to name them after Generation One characters before deciding to establish them as separate, new characters.
  • As the tradition goes, Optimus Prime has the first and last lines of dialogue before the credits.
  • The Autobots make a strange change in this movie. In the previous two, they had tried to avoid human casualties at all costs. However, in this movie, they — not just Ironhide — are rather careless when it comes to avoiding collateral damage. Bumblebee may have even killed a few humans in the scene when they attack an illegal nuclear arms site, and Dino intentionally slams Hatchet into a passing car.
    • Dino did show little respect for human lives in the Dark of the Moon video game.
  • As the movies have progressed, a trend appeared where the Autobots were depicted as progressively more human and the Decepticons as progressively more alien/monstrous. Dark of the Moon brings this trend full circle. The Autobots now look, sound, and act very human while the Decepticons have separated from any human-like qualities they might have had.
    • Examples of this are that the Decepticons often take on strange body shapes, have multiple or only one eye(s), and they often have mandibles or other strange facial features.
    • There is also a noticeable change in some cybertronions, when Sam grapples Starscream's eye, he thrashes around like many organisms do when in intense pain.
  • A change has been made in this movie concerning the weapons of the Transformers. In the previous two films, all of their weapons formed from their hands/forearms, but in this one, many of the Transformers have actual weapons that they hold and carry on their back. Examples include Megatron's new blaster, Optimus Prime's sword and axe, Ironhide's heavy weapons, and Sentinel Prime's Cosmic Rust Gun.
  • Sentinel Prime is the primary antagonist, Megatron is the secondary antagonist for the most part, but a crucial plot twist has him rescuing Optimus Prime's life and helps him fight Sentinel Prime, with Dylan as the tertiary antagonist.
  • Before NEST starts attacking Shockwave, a Decepticon protoform said, "Holy s***!" before getting shot by gunfire.
  • Sentinel is seen still trying to kill Optimus with his axe even after Megatron shot him three times with his fusion gun. Fortunately for Optimus, Megatron grabbed Sentinel away.
  • Shockwave was supposedly intended to be the main antagonist in the early development as mentioned by Michael Bay in USA Today.[citation needed] However, Shockwave only received partial screen time like every Decepticon and was only a supporting character who played a minor role, despite the comics and games building him up as the big bad.
    • This misinformation was obviously intentional so as to leave viewers utterly surprised to learn of the real main antagonist.
  • Megatron had less screen time than in Revenge of the Fallen and the first movie. Nobody in the film seems to consider him the threat in the movie, very few people actually mention his name, mostly because he is physically rotting away. There was no scene that Megatron appeared in that lasted longer than two minutes.
  • Decapitation seems to be a favored method of killing by the Autobots: Hatchet, Soundwave, Starscream, Laserbeak and Megatron are all decapitated. However, Sam, who killed Starscream, is not an Autobot, unless they gave him an honorary title of one.
  • Nearly all of the Decepticons are killed off, including Starscream, Soundwave, Barricade and Megatron. Also, though Igor's fate is not confirmed in the film, he survived in the novelization and the comic adaptation. With the latter depicting him being in Chicago and wondering what has become of his master.
  • Originally the third film was supposed to be the last installment, until 2014.
  • Megatron gets killed off again, this time by Optimus himself. That seemed to be permanent, but wasn't
    • Optimus kills Megatron by slamming his battle-axe into his head, ripping it off along with his spine. However, in both the Junior Novel and movie adaptation, Megatron offers a sincere truce and Prime accepts it while in the movie it comes across as less than sincere and Optimus refuses it. Megatron then leaves with the remaining Decepticons to Cybertron, which isn't destroyed in the novels.
  • While both Roadbuster and Leadfoot spoke in Scottish and Cockney accents, Topspin didn't speak at all.
  • Laserbeak is shown to be a shape shifter; he's shown changing into a smaller pink version of Bumblebee, an office printer, a flat screen T.V. and a desktop computer monitor.
  • The fate of Wheelie and Brains is untold in the film. It is mentioned they survived the crash in the novelization. This was proven true by the following installments.
  • The Wreckers are shown to be more brutal killers than Optimus, Ironhide, Bumblebee, and Sideswipe all combined as shown when they quite literally ripped a Decepticon fighter pilot to pieces alive and played with his body parts. Leadfoot is shown playing and chewing on his head.
  • Mearing has some of Theodore Galloway's personality traits, as both believe that the Autobots are too dangerous. However, Mearing eventually becomes more supportive of the Autobots, unlike Galloway, who kept his point of view the same through out the whole film.
  • In the scene where the missiles are fired, there is apparently a reuse of movie from Revenge of the Fallen as the guy who says "Target Acquired" is the same guy in the same way that said it when the destroyer, USS Kit in Revenge of the Fallen, blew up Devastator.
  • Barricade makes his return since his unexplained absence from the last battle in the first movie, which makes him the only Decepticon to appear in both the 1st and 3rd movies besides Megatron and Starscream.
  • Despite being a confirmed character, Silverbolt never made an appearance.[7]. Maybe he is the jet inside the space center (read the errors section in this article) (Also R.I.P James Avery because he was considered the voice actor for Silverbolt).
  • This is the last Transformers film to feature a song by Linkin Park at the start of the end credits, ("What I've Done" for Transformers, "New Divide" for Transformers Revenge of the Fallen, and this time, "Iridescent"). With Age of Extinction using "Battle Cry" from Imagine Dragons, and The Last Knight using "Torches", from X-Ambassadors.
  • For some odd reason in the credits, Wheeljack and Mirage's names are shown in the credits instead of Que and Dino.
  • Dino's name was changed because of business on the Ferrari company, and Que was named after Q from the James Bond Films.
  • Roughly a decade after the film, a video was shown of Optimus Prime battling Shockwave, but instead Shockwave's arm cannon sliced, and knocked out, implying Shockwave would've lived.
  • Dark of the moon introduces Stealth Force that was never seen in the previous films, in the Prequel video games it was mentioned that Wheeljack would build the weapons in their vehicle forms.
  • Megan Fox was supposed to return for Dark of the moon, but instead was given the sign to leave after comparing Michael Bay, to the worlds worst dictator.
  • Deaths
    • Alexi Voshkod, Jerry Wang, Bob Singer and all the other Decepticons' soviet and american human allies (except Dylan Gould, his assistant, his executive, and all his bodyguards) by Laserbeak
    • Hatchet by Bumblebee and Dino (and Sideswipe since he had his Stealth Force mode on)
    • Crowbar and Crankcase by Ironhide with assistance from Sideswipe
    • Ironhide by Sentinel Prime
    • Many civilians in Chicago by Devcon and many Decepticons
    • Soundwave, all of Dylan's bodyguards, and at least one Decepticon protoform by Bumblebee
    • Laserbeak by Bumblebee and Sam Witwicky
    • Several soldiers on Ospreys and other soldiers off-screen by Starscream
    • Watch-bot, Starscream and Dylan Gould by Sam Witwicky (First time he kills a human)
    • Que by Barricade and a Decepticon protoform
    • All the other Decepticons (minus Barricade) in Chicago by NEST and other Autobots
    • Devcon by the Wreckers
    • Several Decepticon protoforms/ones from the Moon, Driller, Shockwave, Megatron and Sentinel Prime by Optimus Prime (the most amount of kills)
  • Unlike the previous films, Dark of the Moon showed more than one on-screen Autobot death in which the Autobot stayed dead (Optimus and Jetfire die in Revenge of the Fallen, though Optimus is resurrected). While it didn't happened on screen, Loader died during the battle, as Attinger's card about Loader has the red X that marks the dead Transformers.


Transformers: Dark of the Moon was one of the most difficult movies produced by Hollywood and Industrial Light & Magic, even probably the single most difficult movie made using computer technology. Very similar to the animated broadcast cartoons including the Generation One cartoon and Transformers Animated, there were many errors in animating the robots. Similar to the first two films, live-action vehicles or objects had to be computer-animated for the Transformers which was challenging similar to the traditional animated cartoons. One example is that 10,000 parts were computer animated to design Optimus Prime and the most complex Transformer design was Driller's which was made of 70,000 parts. The production crew apparently had headaches in producing most of the film's length, especially during the Driller attacking the skyscraper scene which involved complex mastery of architecture. Not only was the Computer-Generated Imagery a challenge, but IMAX 3D and real 3D versions had to be made due to the promotion of films using the latest 3D glasses technology. Many accidents using vehicles were damaged as well, such as the Bumblebee Camaro crashing into a non-stop police car that left it totalled.


Transformers references[]

  • The whole second part of the plot is a references to the The Transformers first-season finale "The Ultimate Doom".
    • This time, Optimus Prime immediately rejected the plan to give all of Earth's natural resources to Cybertron and was not the one who activated it. G1 Optimus shares the same goals of reviving Cybertron as the G1 Decepticons while Movieverse Optimus finds reviving Cybertron not mandatory now that he and the Autobots consider Earth their new home to live with the humans.
    • This time, the Decepticons have a human helper, too. This was also done before in the first two seasons of The Transformers.
    • However, unlike the two G1 Decepticon human allies in cartoon, Dylan wants the best for Cybertron and tries to give all of Earth's natural resources to Cybertron through the space bridge pillar. Dr. Arkeville did not care for his own kind, but he was angry that the Decepticons planned to damage Earth, his home planet. Shawn Berger was not an intentional ally because he was used by Megatron through deception to enslave humanity.
  • Dark of the Moon introduces more characters from the Generation One cartoon than in Revenge of the Fallen and the 1st film. They are Laserbeak, Carly Spencer, Sentinel Prime, and Shockwave.
  • When the Autobots got Exiled because of the 'Cons, they hid in a clever part of the ship before being 'Blasted to bits' references Megatron's Master Plan. Only this time, it isn't Megatron's.
  • After the final battle, Bumblebee transforms with the classic transforming sound.
  • This wasn't the first nor second time Optimus Prime has one of his arms ripped out.
  • Another Starscream got killed on screen.


  • Like his Generation One counterpart, Sentinel Prime is the predecessor of Optimus Prime.
    • Sentinel Prime got killed off just like his Generation One counterpart.

Real-world references[]

  • When Brains and Wheelie are watching Star Trek: The Original Series, the screen features Mr. Spock, portrayed by Leonard Nimoy — who voices Sentinel Prime. They comment that it is "the one where Spock goes nuts", possibly a subtle nod to Sentinel's role in the movie.
  • Sentinel Prime says "The needs of the many outweigh the needs of the few." The voice actor said the same line in the 1982 film Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan as Mr. Spock. However, in that movie, Nimoy's character dies a hero.
  • When Bumblebee says his goodbyes to Sam, he uses a clip of Spock, saying "I will always be your friend.", another line from Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan.
  • The final battle taking place on a bridge, with Optimus Primes's arm being cut off might be a reference to the final showdown of the 1980 film The Empire Strikes Back.
  • When Mirage threw Hatchet on the car, it was the same crash scene as it is a stock footage from Michael Bay's 2005 film The Island.[8]
  • The final battle featuring blade battle with the line "There can be only one" may be a reference to the 1986 film Highlander.
  • Que's name may be a reference to Mr. Q from James Bond novels and films. Que also gives weapons to NEST soldiers while explaining the advantages and abilities for the weapons much like Q does for James Bond.
  • The heated debate between Bill O'Reilly and former Agent Simmons references the anchorman's real life quarrel with real life conspiracy enthusiast Jesse Ventura, completed by calling the agent a "pinhead".

* After Laserbeak killed Jerry Wang at Accuretta Systems, it the took on the form of a copier to keep Spike under surveillance. Just prior to transforming back into its regular mode, a package of Double A copy paper appears on top of it (having not been there in the scene immediately before). This is a nod to the commercial that the Australian manufacturer, Advance Agro, ran in 2004 where a copier transformed into a robot and slapped a secretary with the inferior paper she was trying to run in it, which had caused a copy jam.[9]


  • Three of the film's voice actors passed away within four years of the film's release. Francesco Quinn, who voiced Dino, died a little over a month following the film's release, on August 5, 2011, at the age of 48. Several years later, Leonard Nimoy, who voiced Sentinel Prime, passed away on February 7, 2015, at the age of 83. Five months later, George Coe, who voiced Que, passed away on July 18, 2015, at the age of 86. This is actually the first film in the series to feature voice actors who have passed away. All of the voice actors from the first, second, fourth, fifth and sixth films are still alive.
  • Though there was some debate over if it be released in 2012, this is what Michael Bay has posted: "Well its official: We have a great Transformers 3 story. The release date is now July 1st 2011. Not 2012." He said this before the release date changed. Bay has stated that this will be the last film in the series.[10]
  • The filming had dealt with many accidents and disasters, such as Bumblebee Camaro totaled by a police vehicle and a stunt driver's horrible accident with a cable, resulting in the 24-year-old woman having permanent brain damage and being partially paralysed, after which the filmmakers were sued.
  • Part of the scene of the car-chase battle in Washington D.C. is "borrowed" from the 2005 film The Island, another film by Michael Bay.[11][12] Bay admitted, stating it was nothing wrong for the energy saving and carbon reduction.[13]
  • On the 9th July 2011, Transformers: Dark of the Moon, officially broke the record for the fastest ticket sales ever. It reached $500,000,000 in one week, in worldwide sales.
  • A deep growl is heard at the end of the credits.
  • It was nominated for three Oscars: Best Sound Mixing, Best Sound Editing and Best Visual Effects; all lost to Hugo.

Cities Alien[]

  • Chicago
  • Bremen, Germany


  1. 1.0 1.1 Mirage and Wheeljack, known by those names in the toyline and essentially all supporting media, are respectively named "Dino" and "Que" in the film. While Dino is simply credited as such, Que is listed in the credits as "Que/Wheeljack".
  2. Roadbuster is listed as "Roadbuster/Amp" in the credits, a reference to his car mode's sponsor.
  3. Leadfoot is listed in the film's end credits as "Leadfoot/Target", a reference to his car mode's sponsor.
  4. Roadbuster is listed as "Roadbuster/Amp" in the credits, a reference to his car mode's sponsor.
  5. 5.0 5.1 Skids and Mudflap only appear during the convoy scene at the beginning of the film
  6. During the highway battle, Jimmie Wood's Bonecrusher scream from the first movie can be heard coming from Crowbar
  7. 7.0 7.1 James Avery interview on Unscripted, January 2010
  8. "Transformers 3 Re-Uses Car Crash From The Island", IGN Movies, July 2011.
  9. Double A, Double Quality Paper commercial, 2004
  10. Cite error: Invalid <ref> tag; no text was provided for refs named sftd
  11. Michael Bay : Used old clips for Transformers 3 ?
  12. Michael Bay Borrows The Island Footage for Transformers 3 | TheHDRoom
  13. Recycling Old Footage for Transformers: Dark of the Moon Gets Busted by Internet Users Michael Bay: I Did It For the Energy Saving and Carbon Reduction. at NOWNEWS (Traditional Chinese)

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